Photo courtesy of Jones, Rich & Barnes Funeral Home

Gordon F Driskell

Portland, Maine

Jul 31, 1926 – Oct 16, 2017

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Please accept my condolences, so sorry for your loss. It's so hard to lose your dad, no mater your age. I'm sorry I missed the services. Sue Marean

My love for Papa Jack will never die. Thinking of all the great times we had together.

Just a thought and thank you for the family for Mr. Driskell's service to country and the honor he upheld. My condolences for the family [though I only know of him through the obituary]. AL Russell, Maj, USAFR (Ret.), Portland ME

So Sorry for your loss
I remember when Jack piled all of us Wyndham Street kids into his T-Bird and got us into the control tower at the airport to watch the first jet landing in Portland ( Yellow birds I think.

so sorry for your loss
I remember when Jack took all us Wyndham Street kids to the airport control tower to watch the first jet landing at Portland (Yellow Bird) must have been mid-60's.

So sorry for the loss of your Dad. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time. Much love. Pam Siedlecki

Thinking of you both...my heart aches for what you are going through now...but know that eventually the special memories of your dad and dad in law will bring a smile again...take care of each other.

Still remember the weather balloons, about 1966

Another from the 'Greatest Generation' in God's care.
Thank you for your service.


Gordon's Obituaries

AGC Gordon F. Driskell USN RetPortland- Gordon Frederic Driskell, 91, longtime resident of Wyndham Street, passed away on October 16, 2017 after a brief illness. He was on born on July 31, 1926 in Portland, a son of John S. and Julia F. (Conley) Driskell. Gordon was a graduate of Portland High...

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