Gordon Harper DUNN

Vancouver, British Columbia


Gordon DUNN passed away in Vancouver, British Columbia. The obituary was featured in The Vancouver Sun on January 22, 2011.

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Colleen, we are sorry to hear the news of Gordon's passing. I thank you for sharing him with us, even if, only on very few occasions. Our prayers are and will continue to be with you and your extended families.
Dave & Cathie

Colleen, I am very sorry to hear of your loss. My heartfelt sympathy goes to you and your family at this most difficult time. Keeping you in my prayers.

Margaret Anne

Dear Colleen,
Gordon's obituary is a wonderful tribute to a wonderful man. I'm sure you will miss him greatly but you have many precious memories to cherish. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Sharon & Richard

Dear Colleen,
Our thoughts go out to you and family in the the loss of Gordon.
We were unable to attend services due my wifes illness.
Over the 40 years we've enjoyed Gordon as our hilltop neighbour and during his later days shared our volunteer time as
drivers in the Freemason Cancer Car programme.Gord was always front and center,willing to do anything in his
support to defeat cancer.We'll truly miss him.Eileen and Mel Scott

In our thoughts and prayers.
Bernie and Pat

Colleen and family - our thoughts are with you. Bon courage

Claire & Wayne

I knew Gordon through the Outsetters club and enjoyed his and Colleen's hospitality on a few memorable occasions at both their Vancouver and Sunshine Coast homes. I was always impressed with his intelligence, his zest for life and his unfailing interests in so many things. I was most impressed with the amount of energy and enthusiasm he brought to everything he did. He packed so much into his 80 years of life that he was an inspiration to me. Although I did not know him and Colleen well, I am...

We were so sorry to hear of your loss. The thoughts of many are with you at this time of sorrow.

As a prostate cancer survivor I first met Gordon at a Prostate Cancer Foundation meeting when I was a director and Gordon was approaching us for some funding for 'his men', other advanced patients. I soon found out that he spent a lot of his time working on behalf of men with advanced prostate cancer, particularly for a replacement for PCSpes, a treatment that had been withdrawn. We also worked together in bringing a conference to Vancouver in aid of BC support groups. In all my contact with...