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Friday, March 27, 2009

Thank you!


Gregory R. GordonGregory R. Gordon 1951 ~ 2008 Beloved husband, father, son, friend and Doctor Gregory R. Gordon was called home to Heavenly Father November 24, 2008.Born March 9, 1951 to Reed W. and Renee Gordon in Salt Lake City. He attended Olympus High School and the University of Utah. He served an LDS mission to Northern Mexico from 1971-72. Upon his return he met and married his sweetheart Kristin in the Salt Lake Temple on September 13, 1973. After medical school he practiced OB-GYN for 10 years in Las Vegas, and moved to Provo where he has practiced since 1995. He has served on the Stake High Council, as a member of the bishopric, branch president, Gospel Doctrine leader and in the Young Men's organization. He is survived by his wife, parents, brothers Jeff and Drew, eight children Chaston, Carlin Spradlin (Kevin), Cameron (Candice), Cirina Hassler (Matt), Corinne Larsen (Jeff), Calvin (C.J.), Claire, Celeste and six grandchildren; Samantha, Jessica, Cole, Tyler, James and Eli. His joys were his family, his Savior, and being a partner with Heavenly Father in ushering his children into their earthly experience. His incomparable life of love and service cannot be captured in words. He will be missed by so many. A private funeral was held. Friends may express their love and appreciation by contributing to the Gregory R. Gordon Memorial Fund at any Wells Fargo Bank branch.

*Here is a link to Greg's beautiful tribute video*http://www.mem.com/movie/MovingMemories.asp?ID=2726144
Dr. Gordon was my Dr. for all four of my kids. I needed to make an appointment over the weekend and discovered that he had passed on. I knew that he had been diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's but he went fast. He delivered Myra less that 18 months ago. I will miss him. My heart goes out to his family and friends.

2 comments:

Jake & Stephanie Ellinger said...

Nathan was one of the last babies he delivered. He was such a sweet guy; when Nathan was born it was him, and not Dr. Judd, that came in to talk to us about everything that was going on. He was really sweet and sat with us for over an hour helping us come to grips that our 3 day old baby was needing jaw surgery, heart surgery, cleft surgery... when we weren't prediagnosed. There aren't too many doctors like him.

Michelle said...

So sorry that he's gone. It's amazing how attached you get to people like that. We had our last PT visit from a guy that worked with her and jaden as they are making cut-backs and having one person do all of Heber and PC and I cried when he left. They play a big role in the lives of our most precious. At least he's 'home' and at peace. Hang in there! :)