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GORDON MARTINES

Las Vegas, Nevada

1950 - 2019

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GORDON MARTINES Gordon Martines, born in San Francisco in 1950, went to become God's angel in January 2019. His first job was on the police force in Hermosa, CA. He then came to Las Vegas where he gave a dedicated 39 years to LVMPD. In Gordon's travels, people of all of walks of life admired and...

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Gordon and I were inseparable in high school and much of college. In high school we played tennis, schemed about girls, played pool, walked the streets trying to avoid going home and cruised Main St in his beloved Karman Ghia. That was probably the last small car he ever owned. He was thrilled when his Mom finally let him go out for football his senior year. Even in those days he could get a group of his friends wrapped up in his stories. We lost touch once he got into police work but I...

Godspeed, Gordon.

Gordon was a great friend. Through the years I learned that although we didn't agree on much or share the same views we could still respect each others values, we could still be loyal, and could still be there to help if one of us needed a hand. That, and laugh a lot. That's what friends are for. Till we meet again, Gordon.

Gordon was a great cop and a greater guy.

Rest in peace Gordon, you deserve it.

I'm so sorry for your loss. He was always a gentleman and a fine officer.

Forgotten Not Gone would like to extend our deepest sympathies to the Family and Friends of Mr. Gordon Martines. We sincerely appreciate his Support in our Mission of Stomping out Veteran suicide in His life and his passing. Even though we never got the chance to meet him personally, he supported us like a True American Patriot! Rest Easy Sir and God Bless, He will be Missed.

I cannot begin to express how sad it is to hear you've passed. In life you helped so many, me included. When I needed help with a police abuse case you stepped up. When we were campaigning in 2014 AJ planned a BBQ out at the ranch and it was such fun, and I heard the words from you that showed you were the candidate who should have won. The night we drove down that dark road to mesquite and you had us all laughing so hard at your one legged goat killer stories, laughter that I will never...

Rest In Peace, Brother Gordon.
Justice Fighter.