Condolence: Dear Jo and family
I posted this yesterdsy, but noticed it is not in the many notes you received.
So sorry to hear of Gord's passing. I will always think of him with a smile, always willing to help anyone. At this time of year, I remember his "vacations" on Lake Simcoe, sharing his catch with anyone at the plant!
He was a wonderful boss, a great mentor, and a truly gentle man.
Please accept my heartfelt condolences.
Peggy (VonDrasek) Ruthven
Living in Everett, we do not hear as much of the Alliston news as we did, but I try to keep up via some on-line sites. I was shocked to learn about Gord, and also sorry we had not heard sooner. May your many memories and your strong faith sustain you now, and in the days ahead.
Condolence: Dear Jo and family. I am truly saddened to hear of Gord ‘s passing. My father, Richard Cronin, your former neighbour, and Gord, share a true kindhip of kindness and caring about others. Both having Northern Ontario roots they shared common stories of growing up on the land. My Mom and I truly appreciated his help , and visits with basket of tomatoes in hand. RIP dear friend. Condolences to your family.
Kathy Cronin Webkamigad and
Condolence: Dear Jo and family,
We have been thinking about you since hearing of Gord's passing. We would have preferred to express our condolences in person today but, because of the weather, we are unable to attend the funeral. Please know that you are especially on our minds today, and so is Gord.
Condolence: Hi Jo
I have extremely happy memories of Gord going back well over 60 years both of us being at Baxter
Kind Generous Devoted Committed are but a few of the fine attributes Gord had and passed on to many of us
Diane and I extend our sincere condolences to you and your family
Ken and Diane Mann