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Gordon Smith

Gordon Smith

Tuesday, January 21st, 1941 - Tuesday, February 16th, 2021
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Obituary

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Peacefully at his home, with his beloved wife Elizabeth (Liz) Smith nee Macartney by his side. He has left us to meet his Lord and Savior.

Son of the late Elmer and the late Sarah Smith of Frankford, Ontario. Brother of Carl (Barb) of Frankford, Ontario and Carl’s two daughter Debbie and Colleen, Gord’s two nieces.

Survived by his three children Ron and his family, Pamela DeVries (Chris) and their son Christopher (Jacy) of Winnipeg and a daughter that has been estranged from him for many years and her children one being, Serena Godfrey (Patrick) and Gord’s one great grandson, Bellamy. Survived also by two dearly loved step daughters Stephanie (Mark) Windsor Ontario, and Kathleen - Brockville and her two children Carson and Kate.

Gord was employed for 24 years with Ontario Corrections (Rideau Correctional Centre - Burritt’s Rapids) as a welding instructor. He was well known in Eastern Ontario for breeding and selling Beagles and later Rottweilers, training and selling Quarter horses, driving horses and Boer goats. He trained many great driving horses over the years. Gord and his wife, for 29 years drove their pair of black horses and Victoria Skeleton Boot carriage for a great many weddings in the area.

Gord was a member of Centennial Road Church for 37 years. We ask that donations in his memory can be made to Centennial Road Church - Children’s Ministry, 3545 County Road #27, Lyn, ON, K0E 1M0, www.centennialroad.com.

A service in honour of Gord will take place at Centennial Road Church, 3545 County Road #27, Lyn on Wednesday, March 3rd, 2021 at 1 pm. Covid protocols will be in effect with registration of attendance required. To register, please RSVP below or call 613-342-2828

Many thanks to Dr. Dan Dufour, the St. Elizabeth nurses, Bayshore Home Care, and the BGH Palliative nurses home care. Your kindness will never be forgotten.

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    Wednesday, March 3rd, 2021 | 1:00pm
    When
    Wednesday, March 3rd, 2021 1:00pm
    Location
    Centennial Road Church
    Address
    3545 County Road 27, R.R. 1
    LYN, ON K0E 1M0
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Donations are being accepted for: CENTENNIAL ROAD STANDARD CHURCH.

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Ron Devries

Posted at 08:00pm
Liz & family - I hope you gain comfort in some of the memories of and condolences - I was introduced to you and Gord through my brother when he took me to look at one of Gord's horses that was for sale - I greatly appreciated how Gord helped me with Chico - getting set up with a harness, a cart and learning to drive. I think of him often when I take Chico out for a ride or drive.

Ron & Liz Devries
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Nancy Douglas

Posted at 03:43pm
So very sorry to hear of Gord’s passing, Sending sincere condolences to you and your family Liz, thinking of you at this time. Nancy (Kempffer)and Bruce Douglas
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Rebecca Norris

Posted at 02:56pm
I have just learned of the passing of a special friend Gord who I loved to talk horses with and sold me my first horse in the late 1970s. Gord was a very special person, true to himself and his beliefs. A true gentleman. Always a smile. Full of life. I am so very sorry and will miss him.

Becky Norris

Lynn Trewartha

Posted at 10:36pm
Deepest condolences to Liz, children, and grandchildren. My heart was saddened to hear of Gord's passing and breaks to know that another family is grieving the loss of someone so well loved and missed. May you be comforted in the confidence that Gord is resting in the arms of the One who loves and knows us best. Thinking of all of you and praying for God's peace and healing.
Sincerely, Lynn Trewartha and Jeff Wood
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Alan & Patti Barton

Posted at 07:47pm
Liz and family, we offer our condolences for the loss of Gord. We remember him as one of those uncommon individuals with whom we were always happy to bump into and would walk away enriched by the conversation. He had such a variety of interests and activities that we always learned something from him. More importantly we were touched by the way that he shared openly about what was happening to him in his personal life. We will miss him.
Alan and Patti Barton
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