GORDON, WILLIAM NATHAN (NATE) – at the Welland County General Hospital on Tuesday January 5, 2016, Nate Gordon of Welland in his 87th year. Loving father of Dale (Richard), Nadine (Mike) and Noreen (Ed). Dear grandfather to eight and great grandfather to eleven. Nate is survived by his sisters Marion (Ed), Roberta and Lillian. Predeceased by his wife Reta, sons Randy and Kevin, sister Alice and son in law Bob Metcalfe.
Cremation has taken place. A Celebration of Life will be held at The LAMPMAN FUNERAL HOME, 724 Canboro Road, Fenwick on Tuesday January 12th, at 11:00 A.M. A Private family Interment will follow. The family will receive friends on Monday January 11, from 2-4 and 7-9 P.M. Donations to the Welland Hospital Dialysis Unit would be appreciated by the family.
5 thoughts on “WILLIAM NATHAN (NATE) GORDON”
To Bettinna and Family
Sending my deepest condolences on the loss of your father and grandfather. Please remember that memories never fade and may they always bring you the great needed comfort and strength that is needed at this sad time.
I just want you to know you are in my thoughts at this sad time. I have many good memories of chatting at the kitchen table with you and your parents! As I now live in Stratford I often don’t hear of the passing of “old friends or their family”. So my condolences on the passing of your Mom and brothers as well.
Jo Ann Wilhelm (Young)
Jen & Bill,
May the memories of laughter at the kitchen table with your grandfather & grandmother bring a smile to your faces during this difficult time. Nate was generous with his time and showed his love by sharing and passing on his many talents and life skills to you both. Sincerest condolences.
Dale, Nadine, Noreen and families my sincere condolence for the death of your father & grandfather. I wanted to be with you today to celebrate Nate’s life however the weather has changed my plans..Please know that my thoughts are with you today and always.
I was saddened to hear of “Uncle” Nate’s passing. I hope treasured memories will help you get through the times when his loss is most keenly felt.