memory eteral

Memory Eternal


My Grandpa Gordon crossed to the other side at 2 o’clock this morning. Peacefully with family at his side. The last thing he did was laugh. That is what he did.

Grandpa influenced me in more ways that I can imagine. I just remember telling him many years ago that he was my best friend. He could take most situations and make a joke out of them. He was also one of the most patient people I have ever known. I do not remember him ever loosing his temper. If he did it was only for a second and gone.

I don’t know what else to write. I will miss him, but he has gone on and would want us to move on, too. He was 95. Member of Central Baptist Church for 80 years. Married to Grandma for 75 years. Father and friend forever.

Pengin wants to say goodbye, too.


4 thoughts on “Memory Eternal

  1. Carol says:

    May God hold you and your family tenderly as you say goodbye to your grandfather. May your time together be blessed with warm memories, many stories, tears and laughter, and a strengthening of the bonds that hold you together. Know that “the Eternal God is your dwelling place, and underneath are the Everlasting Arms.”

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