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Elizabeth Gordon

lagrange, Ohio

Jun 11, 1931 – Feb 12, 2020 (Age 88)


June 11, 1931
February 12, 2020
lagrange, Ohio


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Busch Funeral and Crematory Services Obituary

Elizabeth R. Gordon, age 88. Beloved wife of the late Bruce A. Gordon Sr.; cherished mother of Anne Gordon Lees, Linda Gordon Cooper (Nick), Bruce A. Gordon Jr. (Sandy), John R. Gordon (Christine), and the late Kimberly and Jeffrey; loving grandmother of 12 and great grandmother of 6; dear...

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Sending my sincerest condolences to Beth's family especially her children and grandchildren. Beth was an amazing woman, she helped so many and was a true inspiration. I'm grateful I was given the opportunity to have met her. Her legacy will live on through her work.

Dear Linda and family, I am very sorry for your loss. I only knew Beth for a short time, but I came to call her my friend. Thank you for letting me be a part of her life. I will miss her. Kathy Yeager

I am so sorry for your loss. God gives us a hope of being reunited with our loved ones again. My thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time.

We were privileged to work with Beth in a professional program. Thousands upon thousands of clients were given the opportunity to heal their lives through her inimitable message of love and recovery.

Frank Minnelli

My family and I wish to extend our heartfelt sympathies to the Gordon family on the loss of your mother. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during these difficult times. Your mother was a wonderful person, always had a kind word for me during my years on the Police Department. Raised great children who she was always proud of and loved. Please accept our condolences and may you find comfort in her loving memories. We'll be praying for comfort and peace for each of you as only God can give....

I first met Beth in the winter of 1978 when she brought Bruce and John over to my Mom and Dad's house so my brothers and I could teach them how to play hockey on our pond in the woods. Over the next three years our families were inseperable. She was so full of life and laughter she lit up any room she entered. I remember after returning from my first skydiving jump she was upset I had not invited her!!! Over the next three decades, while serving in the Army, whenever I was home on leave, it...

Linda, I'm so sorry to hear of your mom's passing. Heaven gained another angel. My condolences to your family...

Great lady, will be missed by all. Contributed much to the AA Community and Substance Abuse Counselling in Cleveland.

So happy you are for u dancing with your Bruce. Love you more Sweet Bethie~