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August 16, 2018

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October 26, 2017
Condolences to the family. I worked with Mary Brewster way back.
October 18, 2017
Hi, Martie and Family ,
We send our heart filled love to all our Brewster Friends. We remember all the fun times with Gurdon and family at the lake, the stories, and the adventures. Gurdon had many passions which he shared and which have influenced us as well as others. Our whole family have fond memories of times spent with Gurdon and the Brewster over the years. Priscilla and I are especially grateful for Gurdon conducting our Wedding service in 1973. We are so glad we were able to visit with him and Martie last spring and see his art. God bless you and keep you. Love Priscilla, David and Family
October 10, 2017
I met and knew Gurdon through his sculpture. Not being a member of the Cornell Episcopal community I did not benefit from his wisdom as a minister. I am proud to say I own one of his sculptures - Jesus dancing with Buddha - which always brings me joy when I look at it and also hope for peace amongst religions.

I was also proud that Gurdon agreed to include his sculpture of Martin Luther King Jr. in the art exhibit "On Being Human" on display at Tompkins County Public Library November 2016 through February 2017. This was part of the bigger exhibit "Exploring Human Origins: What Does it Mean To Be Human?"from the American Library Association and the Smithsonian.

It is a great joy that the sculpture continues to be on display at the Library for all to see and learn from.

Sally Grubb
October 10, 2017