Gordon Taylor

Suddenly, on December 8, Gordon passed following a lengthy illness.

In accordance with his wishes, cremation has taken place and no formal service will be held.

Friends and family are invited to share memories and condolences on Gordon’s memorial page by using the comment field below.

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6 thoughts on “Gordon Taylor

  1. Tanis Goretzki

    Met Gordy, first day on my job as a 911 dispatcher for City of Winnipeg fire department. Gord worked in the Ambulance dispatch in the next room. As we were both smokers we formed our little smokers group. Always enjoyed Gord’s company. Rest in peace old friend

  2. Rod Giese

    Condolences to Joan and Dwayne and family.
    I always enjoyed Gordies’ sense of humor. We also shared our love for our cats.

  3. wayne and mary C.

    so surprized and saddened by the loss of Gordon. He was a humorous individual and very personable .Many times he would come by with a cold refreshment while working in the yard to chat. A loss to the community. Our condolences to Joan and family.

  4. James McKinley

    I worked with Gordon in the ambulances and later in dispatch. I always enjoyed his sense of humour and found him to be a very caring and kind person. The world needs more Gordies. My condolences to Joan and family.

  5. Bruce & Rae Avison

    As a neighbor, I knew Gord in his retirement years. He had many stories of those earlier years. He was a good neighbor and always appeared with a cold one when I was out cutting grass which usually meant the machine was shut off and the conversation would start up. He usually had that second cold one with. Finally painless! Rest easy ol neighbor.
    Bruce Avison

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