It is a hard time to lose a Father and Grandfather. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the family. Remembering Gord Stories of riding his tricycle from his home to Auntie Helen's when just a youngster on the streets of Winnipeg. He was a adventurer and determined at a young age. These traits were with him throughout his life. If you needed something just as Gord he would help if he could. God Bless you Gord for all the good you did for others including us.l
Rest in peace my friend.
Gord & I were best friends from the time we first met in 1963 when we worked for the same accounting firm. There were lots of laughs and fun usually involving sports and the occasional beer!!
So many great times we shared and one disappointing time that we discussed and laughed/cried about often. -we were very good Shuffleboard Players and as a Team we lost in the final of the Manitoba Championship after being up 12-2 in the final game - Shuffleboard at the time was a pretty big deal in the Pubs and the Annual Championship was in the Grey Cup city, which was Montreal when we came so close..
Our sincerest condolences to Catherine & Bob and their families.
Dave & Lesley Hammerback
Curled with Gord at the Dixie Curling Club back in the 70s. An outstanding curler and good teammate. Condolences to his family. May he Rest In Peace.