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February 17, 2014
Condolences to the family of Gordon Zacks,

Gordon was a wonderful leader in the community and saved and built a business that thrived in a very difficult market. He was also an innovator. While I don't recall meeting Gordon, I did know his brother Barry through my real estate brokerage and consulting business and sold him the Max and Erma's original headquarters building. Due to this relationship, I started following Gordon's career and observed his perseverance in the slipper business.

I'm certain that a man with such energy and foresight will be sorely missed by his family and firm. If I can be of any assistance in your time of need, please do not hesitate to ask.
February 07, 2014
I had the privilage of being Gordon's driver back in 1982-84. To this day I tell the stories revolving around that experience. His 1976 Eldorado was amazing!

joe duncan
February 05, 2014
Family of Gordon, My prayers are with you. Gordon was a gentle, caring man. His smile always put a smile on your face. I worked for Barry's 34 yrs. in
San Angelo, TX
Nora Williams Hooker
February 05, 2014
Our love and deepest sympathy to the Zacks family on the passing of a dear friend. I (Kathie) worked for and with Gordon for almost 40 years, enjoying a close and very special relationship.. His mentorship, encouragement and support were the joy of my carreer. My husband, Bill, and I enjoyed many Saturday afternoons with Gordon and Carol Sue at Ohio State to cheer the Buckeyes on (particularly against Michigan). Special love to Cathy and her family and Kim and her daughter. You were the joy of his life. I remember watching you both grow into young ladies (both serving internships in Customer Service). It was wonderful to be able to spend some time with all of you in Kennebunkport in August. Hoping we can continue to keep in touch.
February 03, 2014
My prayers go to the Zacks family. I worked at RG Barry for 46 years and remember Mr. Zacks (Aaron), Mrs. Zacks (Melton), Barry and Gordon. Gordon was always positive no matter what. The glass was always half full.
February 02, 2014
To the family of Gordon Zacks

Mr Zacks will be deeply missed by our entire family.We had the absolute pleasure of having lunch and dinner with him almost daily as he spent his summers at one of his favorite places,Kennebunkport.Being the owners of Mabel's Lobster Claw ,my wife Stephanie and I would see and talk to him daily.He was an absolute treasure,we will miss him dearly
February 02, 2014
To the family ,
In high school I used to eat lunch on occasion with Gordon at the Brentwood home.We played football together.He was a true and loyal friend.He will be sorely missed by his old friends as well as the community at large.
February 02, 2014
To the Zacks family. I send my deepest heartfelt sympathy to all. I am a former employee for R G Barry as the switchboard operator, and whenever Gordan would come into the building, he would always have a great "GOOD MORNING" and a wonderful smile to go with the greeting. He will be missed.
February 02, 2014
To the family of Gordon Zacks

Gordon was a person when he walked into a room
With that big smile he could make you feel like you was somebody.
Yes we will miss Gordon
But he will always be remember in are heart
He was loved so much by all the peoples at R.G.Barry

Beverly Poindexter
But he will always be remember in are heart
He was loved so much by the peoples at R.G.Barry
February 02, 2014
February 02, 2014
My condolences to the Zacks family. Gordon was a fine man who cared about everything. Society has lost a great leader and friend.
February 02, 2014
February 02, 2014
A great man whose loss will be felt not only by the Jewish community but the entire community at large. He was a credit to our people and a great American. He will be greatly missed.
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