Andrew Latzman Obituary, Death – Andrew Latzman passed suddenly on Sunday when he was at ease in the surroundings of his own house, and the news has left his family in utter disbelief. Andrew was brought into the world on the 30th of June in the city of Berwick in the province of Nova Scotia. Andrew is survived by his parents, Carl Latzman of Hanwell, New Brunswick, and Diane Ridley of Fredericton, New Brunswick; his brothers, David Latzman (and his wife Amy) of Hanwell and Jesse Latzman (and his wife Joana Patrasc) of Toronto; his nephew, Donovan Latzman; and a large number of aunts, uncles, and cousins. Andrew was predeceased by his paternal grandfather, Carl La
Andrew’s immediate circle of friends and acquaintances dubbed him “Rumple,” which eventually became his full name. Recently, in addition to his other hobbies, which included fishing and hunting, he has been working on improving his gardening abilities. Documentaries about historical events and movies about organized crime were among of his favorite things to watch. Andrew was able to earn his Red Seal as an Electrician by spending the past ten years attending classes at NBCC and putting in a lot of effort outside of class. Because of his employment, he traveled all throughout Alberta and even lived in Red Lake, Ontario, where he served on the Mine Rescue Team.
His job took him all over Canada. He was overjoyed to be starting a new job in the mining business in Northern Quebec, and he was looking forward to making the move there. He was overjoyed to be back in New Brunswick with his loved ones, and he was looking forward to putting down roots and purchasing a cottage in the neighborhood so that he could continue fishing and generally make the most of everything the province had to offer.
Spending time with his family, particularly at the Camp that they had up in Nova Scotia, was one of Andrew’s most treasured activities. He was known for his humorous anecdotes, his sarcastic sense of humor, and his contagious laugh, all of which he used to routinely use to entertain his friends and family. Everyone who had the privilege of knowing him will look back on him with fondness as a colorful character who had the ability to brighten a room with his smile, his amusing pranks, and his loving heart. They will remember him as someone who could make a room brighter with his smile, his amusing pranks, and his loving heart.