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Gordon Lewis

Gordon Vincent Lewis

Monday, July 3rd, 1933 - Monday, March 25th, 2019
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Obituary

Gordon Vincent Lewis (July 3,1933- March 25, 2019) passed away at Ross Memorial Hospital, Lindsay after a short illness. Gordon was the youngest of 14 children born to Watson Joseph Lewis and Mary (Robichaud) Lewis of Waterford, Digby Co., Nova Scotia. Survived by Ida Francis Quinlan and James Isaac Lewis. Pre-deceased by Elwin, Ashton, Henry, Darrell, Fred, Lovett, Charles, Joseph, Viva, Laura, and Hazel. Gordon retired from Ontario Hydro after 40 years service and spent many enjoyable years square dancing, social dancing, camping, as well as over 50 years at the cottage in Fenelon Falls and 22 years wintering in Florida. Gordon and his wife Joan ( Noonan) were married for 61 years and were parents to Anne ( Lyle) Boylen ( Nova Scotia), Linda, and Michael (Ontario). Blessed with nine grandchildren, Carey, Laura & Michael Boylen, Michelle & Scott Devine, Terence Dunphy, Grady & Darian Carpenter, Reece Lewis, and three great grandchildren, Kurtis, Mikaela, and Isaac. Gordon leaves many nephews and nieces in Ontario and Nova Scotia, and was a well loved Uncle to the Park children. Gordon volunteered with the Knights of Columbus, the Legion, Seniors club, Community Care as well as many dance organizations, and was always happy to help. A Celebration of Life will be held for Gord on Sunday, May 26, 2019, at 12:00 p.m. at the Senior Citizen’s Club of Fenelon Falls at 58 Murray St., Fenelon Falls, Ontario. To place an on-line condolence please visit: www.jardinefuneralhome.com
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Service Details

  • Visitation

    Sunday, May 26th, 2019 | 12:00pm - 4:00pm
    When
    Sunday, May 26th, 2019 12:00pm - 4:00pm
    Location
    Fenelon Falls Seniors' Citizens Club
    Address
    58 Murray Street
    Fenelon Falls, Ontario K0M 1N0
    Get Directions: View Map | Text | Email
    The famiies of the late Gordon Lewis, Verna and John Park have arranged a Celebration of Life to be held on Sunday, May 26, 2019 at the Fenelon Falls Senior Citizens' Club Noon~4:00 p.m. Words of Remembrance by Caroline Fenelius~Carpenter

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  • Knights of Columbus

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Rick & Elaine Larocque

Posted at 09:00pm
It was so sad to hear of Gord's passing. We had the pleasure of getting to know him at many dances - Downeyville, Coboconk, Little Britain & Port Perry. Dancing was his great passion and Gord will be missed. Please accept our sympathy. - Rick & Elaine Larocque
 
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Anne Boylen Posted at 11:25pm

Thank you Rick and Elaine, Dad certainly enjoyed every dance he could get to..loved the people he met there, the music and dancing.
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Philomena Childs

Posted at 07:46pm
We are honored and blessedto have known Gord.
Gord was truly a blessing in our lives and we wil miss him
Marty and Philomena Childs
 
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Anne Boylen Posted at 11:24pm

Thank you Philomena, Dad sure enjoyed the people he met during the course of his volunteer work or dancing :)
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Lainey Cee

Posted at 08:43pm
A very nice man. He sure loved to dance. Was on the dance floor every chance he got at the Fiddle Fest Jams at Downyville. He seemed to especially love the square dancing. Will miss seeing him and his friendly smile.
 
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Anne Posted at 12:25am

Thank you Lainey, Dad did love to dance every chance he could. He enjoyed the dancers he met and the music as well. Anne
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John Byrne

Posted at 07:38pm
I enjoyed talking with Gord and playing cards at Baddow with him. Gord always had a smile on his face and I never heard him speak an ill word about anyone or anything. I will miss him. Condolences to all her s family.
 
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Anne Posted at 12:27am

Thank you John, Dad did enjoy his card games and he enjoyed the many people he met there.
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Anne

Posted at 02:44pm
Remembering so many happy times in Hamilton square dancing with Gordon and Joan
Hugs Joan
Anne Uebelacker
 
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Anne Posted at 12:28am

Thank you Anne, Mom and Dad enjoyed many years of square dancing and all the friends they met there as well. Anne
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