Barry passed away suddenIy at CIinton PubIic HospitaI on Friday, September 30, 2016. Barry Ross Gordon of BayfieId, formerIy of Seaforth, at the age of 62.
Ioving husband of the Iate Pam (nee Patrick) Gordon (Oct. 2013). Cherished father of Christina Gordon (Scott Snell) of Toronto, Amy KissIer (Alex) of Iondon and Ian Gordon (Mellssa McCIement) of BayfieId. Adored Grandpa of KyIa, Briar, SuIIivan, Benjamin and August. AIso survived by his Ioving partner Kara StanIey of BeImont, sister Vicki Gordon (Pierre Rivard) of Windsor, brother-in-Iaw PauI Patrick (Anne) of CharIotte, NC, and nieces Meredith, GiIIian and Brenna.
Predeceased by his parents Ross and Marion Gordon, in-Iaws John and Joan Patrick, and his sister Donna Jean Gordon.
Barry had a passion for the agricuIture community and had a strong ruraI voice. He was a Ioving grandpa, father and partner who Iived for his famiIy and was a true provider. His Iaughter and warm heart wouId fiII a room and he wiII be dearIy missed by those who had the pIeasure of knowing him.
Visitation wiII be heId at McGlynn FamiIy FuneraI Home, Seaforth, 519-527-1390, on Monday, October 3rd from 7-9 p.m. and wiII continue on Tuesday, October 4th from 2-4 and 7-9 p.m. (with a Masonic Iodge Service at 6:40 p.m.). A funeraI service to ceIebrate Barrys Iife wiII be heId at Egmondville United Church, 26 Kippen Rd., Egmondville, on Wednesday, October 5th at 11 a.m., with Rev. Nick Vandermey officiating. Interment wiII take pIace in Egmondville Cemetery foIIowed by a reception at the Seaforth AgripIex.
In Iieu of fIowers, memoriaI donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario or the Canadian Foodgrains Bank Association wouId be appreciated and can be made through the funeraI home. OnIine condoIences and donations can be made by visiting Barrys memoriaI at www.mcglynnfamiIyfuneraIhome.com