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February-03-18
Aunt Muriel, Clarence, Merle and families: I'm so sorry for the lost of Uncle Gordon. He was such a gentle soft spoken man. I remember when I first moved to Alberta from Ontario and going to their place for the day. Walking through the garden's that he was so proud of. Sitting in the kitchen and sharing family stories. I will always remember that. So many memories for us all to look back on with a smile.
January-23-18
My brother and I enjoyed surprising each other for our birthdays. When I visited Gordon in Alberta, I enjoyed playing cards and having the garden fresh vegetables he grew; also visiting my other brother, Arnold.
January-22-18
Gordon always enjoyed the moment and appreciated the good life offered. He was a good man a good husband and a good father. May we all live as long and as a full life.
January-22-18
Our sincere condolences on your loss. Gordon will live on in the memories of family and friends. I always enjoyed seeing him when he came to Dad's place for a visit. Brad and Pam.
January-20-18
Muriel, Clarence, Merle & Family -
May the cherished memories of the various roles Gordon played in your lives sustain and comfort you and linger in your hearts forever. I will always remember Gordon as a great friend and all my encounters with him readily come to mind and how he passionately lived life - dancing with Muriel;, duck, deer and moose hunting and ice fishing with the guys, playing horseshoes; gardening, playing cards to name a few. He loved to talk and swap stories and was always ready to lend a hand to anyone needing help. My life was enriched for having known him.
Elaine Denet
January-20-18
so sad to read of Gordon's death. He was such a hard worker, had so much stamina we always marvelled how he did it. Mother and Dad were so fond of him and all of you. You will miss him...he lived a long life.
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