Gordon R. Kerr
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KERR, Gordon R., age 86, of Lincoln Park, February 13, 2021. Beloved husband of Irene Kerr. Loving father of Sheryl (Robert) Poikey, Mark Kerr, Michele (Steve) Sbonek and Kurt Kerr. Dearest grandfather of Christopher, Mary and Tara. He is also survived his brother Russell Kerr and his sisters Judy Hubbartt and Sharon Armstrong. He is preceded in death by his parents Lawrence and Henrietta Kerr, his sisters Elaine White, Winnie Showalter and Beverly McKenzie and his brothers Wesley Kerr, Raymond Kerr and Dale Kerr. Service is Tuesday, 2 p.m. at Michigan Memorial Funeral Home, (next to Michigan Memorial Park) 30895 Huron River Dr., Huron Twp., (734) 783-2646. Visitation is Tuesday, 1-2 p.m. Interment in Michigan Memorial Park.

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Published in Heritage from Feb. 22 to Feb. 28, 2021.
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March 1, 2021
Always there for his family of four children and his sweet wife Irene. He cared for his son Kurt and made sure that he got to his job and activities and that his Special needs were met. He helped out with Special Olympics that Kurt was involved in.
Gordan also helped with MEALS ON WHEELS for seniors and delivered meals to their homes for a number of yrs. When his children were teenagers he also coached Cross Country for
Lincoln Park runners. He helped and served others.
May his soul be in Heaven as a good father who was there for his family and for others.
Beverly Burgor
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February 24, 2021
Enjoyed golfing with Gordie, in the Sweethearts Golf League. He had a habit of kissing his golf balls and he was fun to golf with. RIP Gordie.
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