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Gordon L. Gill

Funeral services for Gordon L. Gill, age 82, of 825 Jay
Street, Ogdensburg, will be held on Tuesday, November 11, 2008 at 12:00 noon at
St. John’s Episcopal Church with Rev. Robert Longbottom officiating.  Burial will be in Notre Dame Cemetery.  There are no public calling hours.  Arrangements are with Frary Funeral
Home.  Mr. Gill passed away on Thursday, November 6, 2008
at Hershey Medical Center. 

Mr. Gill is survived by his wife, Betty; one son, Bradley
and his wife, Arlene; two sisters, Edna LaLonde of Montreal and Isabelle Shaw
of Kingston, Ontario; two grandchildren and two great grandchildren.  He was predeceased by a daughter, Charmaine
in 1972. 


Mr. Gill was born on September 27, 1926 in Cardinal,
Ontario, Canada, the son of Freeman and Kathleen Stitt Gill.  He attended locals schools. He married Betty
Clouthier on April 7, 1947 at Notre Dame Church with Rev. A. D. Charbonneau
officiating.  He served in the Canadian
Army.  He first began to work in Canada at the
starch factory and later worked for Diamond International in Ogdensburg.  After the close of Diamond International he
went to work as Custodian at the Ogdensburg Public Library.  He also worked at the City of Ogdensburg
Community Center.  Mr. Gill was very
active in St. John’s
Episcopal Church. 


Mr. Gill’s enjoyed fishing and visiting with his
friends.  Donations may be made in his
memory to St. John’s Episcopal Church. 

2 Condolences

  • Fred and Lee Perrin Posted November 9, 2008 1:17 AM

    Please know how much Gorden will be missed by Lee and Myself. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Lee and I are in Fl and not able to be with you at this time, but our prayers are.

  • Penny Sharrow Posted November 10, 2008 1:28 AM

    To the Gill family-
    I worked with Gordie in the summers–he was the guard and supervisor of the rec. center and took real pride in the job he did. Gordie was a real gentleman and was courteous and helpful to all who walked through the doors. He was a pleasure to know,to work with and converse with. My sincere sympathy to you all — may you cherish your memories.

    Penny Sharrow
    (assistant summer recreation director)

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