Richard Gordon

Scott Gordon

Saturday, December 22nd, 1951 - Friday, September 4th, 2020
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Richard Scott Gordon
December 22, 1951 – September 4, 2020.

With heavy hearts, but with gratitude for a life well lived, Scott passed away peacefully with his family by his side. Beloved husband to Carol (McKay) for 24 years. Scott was the much-loved father to Jennifer (Patrick), Kyle (Kelsey), Jillian (Kent), Sarah (Justin), Kaley (Nick) and cherished “Glampa” to K.J., Andrew, Savannah, Teagan, Avery, Shiloh, Kade, Jordyn, Ayden and Braelyn.

Scott is pre-deceased by his parents Richard and Barbara Gordon, his first wife Gayle, and step-son Tyson. He was big brother to Steven, Debbie, and Brad and caring uncle to many nephews and nieces. He thoroughly enjoyed cruising in his convertible, biking and camping trips with Carol in Grand Bend, summers at the cottage, waterskiing, skiing and golfing with “the guys”, and doing absolutely anything with his kids by his side.

Scott was very passionate about his work in sales. Over 40 years he built a successful career and developed a reputation for being a loyal, trustworthy and hard-working man. Scott was a humble, generous, and easy-going guy with a good sense of humour who was a great husband, father, grandfather and friend. He will be deeply missed.

Cremation has occurred and a Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, September 12th at Indian Wells Golf Club (5377 Walkers Line) from 2-6pm. Reservations Required and COVID-19 regulations in place. Please RSVP in advance at . All visitors are asked to wear a face mask. For those who wish to honour Scott’s memory in some way, donations may be made to The Alzheimer’s Society. Condolences can be sent to
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  • Visitation

    Saturday, September 12th, 2020 | 2:00pm - 6:00pm
    Saturday, September 12th, 2020 2:00pm - 6:00pm
    Indian Wells Golf Club
    5377 Walkers Line
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
    Celebration of Life with RSVP required through our website.


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Ann (williams) Brignell

Posted at 02:16pm
Our hearts go out to you Carol and all your family including Steven, Debbie and Brad. I remember Scott when I babysat him and his siblings He was an active little boy then and a devoted son when we saw him while visiting Barb at her residence and later at her funeral.
He was a second cousin to me as Barb Gordon was a niece to my Mom (Gladys Fairbrother Williams).
Ann (Williams) Brignell and Hugh Brignell

Guy Close

Posted at 01:10pm
To the Gordon Family;
So sorry to hear about your brother's passing - My memory of Scott goes back some 50+ years, as a student at White Oaks Secondary School of Scott wearing his Gamma Sigma Franternity jacket dressed to the 9's (my brother Jon was a fellow frat brother, and clothes horse, as they both worked in the industry - downtown Oakville) - I did not see him much following those years, except years later to run into him coming or going visiting his mother at the seniors residence (Lakeshore), and as always impeccably dressed with a cheerful smile!! Take care, and God Bless! Guy Close

Susie ibing

Posted at 11:19am
Dear Carol, I am so sorry for your loss and am thinking of you and all your family during this sad time. Deepest condolences, Susie Ibing

Diane Farrelly

Posted at 07:05pm
So sorry for your loss. Thinking about you and your family during this difficult time . My prayers go out to you all. Sincerely,

Walter & Valerie MacCalman

Posted at 12:43pm
We are sorry for your loss. 'To live in the hearts we leave behind is not to die'.
Walter & Valerie MacCalman and family.

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