Obituary for Gordon Harold Lindsay (Guest book)
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Gordon Harold Lindsay

April 28, 2014
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From: Mr. & Mrs J. Rozich & Families

Dear Ruth, Please accept our sincere and heartfelt condolences at this most difficult of times and please pass these feelings onto your family. john helen & families

From: Randy Lindsay

My deepest regret Aunt Ruth and Tim . Will be sadly missed by family. Please let me know if there is anything I can do. Still missing my Dad too. Loving regards and support for you during your loss. Love you. God's Peace be with you. Randy

From: tammy derrick ty, rosie and sheleh guy

dear uncle gord you will be so missed by your family our family and everyone around you we had times of laughter and times to cry but most of all give my dad a big hug and kiss for me and tell him i love him and miss him sooo much to and please give grandma a big kiss and hug for me to and tell her there isnt a day that goes by i dont think of her always in my heart and all of our hearts xoxo

From: Lorrain Watson

There is a link death cannot sever, love and remembrance will last forever.

From: Jen

I am so sorry for your loss. I remember Gord as a proud grandpa and he seemed to always enjoy his visits with Tim, Silv and the kids. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

From: Bryon Rodd

Sorry for your to hear about your lose. I send my condolences

From: Dave Barber

Dear Uncle Gord. We had our jokes and laughs and the things we did with other but the memories that we shared together we no shared like brothers. The fishing trips and camping out the family fun we had. To share all those things with you i am very glad. To have a uncle like you no one can take your place .The out going friend you were and the smiles on your face. But God has come to take Uncle you to that promised land and ill no ill see you their to share those things again . Your friend and Nephew Dave Barber XXOO

From: Douglas and Linda Mc Taggart

We are thinking of you and your Family Ruth during this period of sadness. We always liked running into Gord while shopping. He always had a funny story to tell.

From: coleen Herlihey

Ruthie - so, so, soooo sorry for your loss, Ruth. Unfortunately I won't be able to be with you tomorrow, but please know that you and your family are in my thoughts and prayers. Love you much. Hugs, hugs and more hugs.

From: Bev Johnston

So sorry to hear of your loss,my prayers are with you and your family at this difficult time.

From: Bev Dowson

So sorry to hear of your loss. My thoughts are with you.

From: Kevin and Tracey Hanshaw

Dear Ruth, Tim and family: Our deepest condolences. Words cannot express how much we both will miss Gord. He was a good man and a good friend.

From: Helen Silver

Ruth & Tim & extended family. So sorry for your loss.

From: Silvana, Sidnee, Ross and Sofia

Our condolences. We are all saddened with the passing of Gord and Grampa. When I first met Gord many years ago, I had received a very warm and welcoming teddy bear hug - and a wet kiss! Reason I remember that warm embrace is because I received it every time I saw Gord and he mentioned the first time, if I remember anything about him, it'll be that wet kiss. I became very aware that Gord loved his family deeply. His pride and joy was the handsome young man I was dating. That ugly pig dog came in pretty close to first but it is evident that any canine member of the Lindsay family was treated like a member of the family. Sidnee, Ross and Sofia all have very special memories of their Grampa. They appreciated his innovative crafts, the fun they would have together in Lindsay, fishing, garage sales, Gord's sense of humor and the genuine love he showed each of them. We will all miss you Gord. Rest in Paradise. XOXOXOXO

From: Josephine McLauchlin

Dear Ruth and Tim and Lindsay families, I will always remember Gord with a happy smile on his face. One of my favourite memories is when we came to Stampede in Calgary and Gord was full of the Calgary Stampede spirit with his cowboy hat, plaid shirt, blue jeans and cowboy boots. So sorry for your loss, you are in our thoughts and prayers. Sending you all love and hugs. Darrell, Josephine, Anthony and Maygan McLauchlin

From: ken and debbie phillips

our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time and will be missed by many..

From: Jules, Peter, Rebecca and Sam

Uncle Gordy you where our favorite Uncle, because your never forgot how to have fun & Your version of fun was to never grew up!! YOu always knew how to have a good time and always seemed so young at heart. We have so many good memories of you that will always be in our hearts. Miss you. Aunt Ruth and Tim, our hearts and thoughts are with you all at this difficult time.

From: Bill, Donna, Stephanie & Samantha Perry

Dear Aunt Ruth, Tim & family; In ways big and small, Uncle Gord has changed our world. He has touched all our hearts and will never be forgotten. We will remember a man who had a strong presence with his wit and humour. Try and find comfort knowing we all share your sadness. Our thoughts and love are with you and Tim at this very sad time. Remember those we love don't go away, they walk beside us every day.

From: Brian Parish

Tim and Family... I have not seen your Dad for a long time but I remember him from when we went to Queen Victoria School. We were never really close but always got along and spoke to each other over the years when we did cross paths. Over the last few years though we even may not have recognized each other. I liked your Dad. My condolences... Brian Parish
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