Bagnall, J. Gordon

Bagnall, J. Gordon

January 8th, 2016

Passed away peacefully at McGarrell Place, London with his loving wife Pamela by his side on Friday, January 8th, 2016 in his 76th year.  Born in Prince Edward Island, he was predeceased by his parents Harold and Charlotte (née Muirhead) Bagnall.  Dear brother of Alyce Palmisano (late Philip), Jeannie Campbell (late Lorne), William Bagnall (Margaret), James Bagnall (Eileen) and brother-in-law of George Drewett (Lyn).  Gordon will be deeply missed by many nieces, nephews, extended family and friends.  He was a valued employee of New Holland Farm Machinery and a long-time member of the London Men of Accord and Harmony Woods.  A memorial service to celebrate Gordon’s life will be held at Oakridge Presbyterian Church, 970 Oxford Street West, London, Ontario on Tuesday, January 19th, 2016 at 11 a.m. with visitation starting at 10 a.m.  There will also be a memorial service and interment in Prince Edward Island at a later date.  The family wish to express their thanks to McGarrell Place Long Term Care, especially Harris House, for their excellent care and compassion.  Those wishing to make a donation in memory of Gordon are asked to consider the Alzheimer Society of London-Middlesex or Oakridge Presbyterian Church.

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Dale R CalderGordon was a serious and much-respected classmate at the United Baptist Bible Training School (UBBTS) in Moncton, NB, during the late 1950s. Classmates of course scatter on graduation, but we met several times again, many years later, during occasional reunions of former UBBTS students living in the southern Ontario region. We, will miss Gordon deeply, and extend our profound condolences to Pam and his family.
Geneva(NanCrabbe)CurtoGordon was a great friend during 1957-58, and we lost contact for a great many years but in the fall of 2005 we met once again at a school reunion, my condolences to the Bagnall Family and Gordon's wife Pamela.
Jennifer Jackson Dear Pam, Our sincere condolences for your loss. We will miss Gord. Thinking of you. From all of us at The Jackson Group.
Brenda MillarPam, I fondly remember Gordon as Billy's big brother who always had a warm smile and a friendly hello when we would see each other at Bill and Mar's house in the summer. My sincerest condolences to you, Pam.
Ellwood Campbell Gord's passion for teasing and raucous fellowship was true to his island upbringing .He was like a displaced "easterner'. In business, he was true to his employer while understanding to his dealers. Rest in peace Gord; you'r going home !
John and Valerie VallePam, our sincere condolences for your loss. We could always count on Gord's contagious smile when ever you met him. John fondly talks about all that Gord taught him and Gord's friendship in his time with New Holland. Thinking of you at this difficult time.
Mike FuhrPam, I was so sorry to learn of your loss earlier this week. Please allow me to offer condolences on behalf of myself, Cindy, Zach and my Dad. It was always such a breath of fresh air to bump into you at the McGarrell. It was like having another person looking out for us. Your updates were always thoughtful and appreciated. The way you honoured Gord with your presence at the nursing home was testimony to such an endearing love. I hope you're able to find solace at this difficult time. Be well.
Dave CumminsPam, I am so sorry to hear of Gord's passing. I will always remember and cherish all the wonderful times we had on the TV trips and his visits into the store. He always brought a smile to my face. He has gone on to a better place.
Denise FosterDear Pam, We have many good memories of Gord and his shenanigans up at the Woods. If we ever needed a hand, we knew we could always count on him for help It's been a rough ride, but he's at rest now with no worries. Take care of yourself, we're thinking of you. Fondly, Denise and Jim
RachellePam, My condolences to you
Ron PearnHi Pam . Very sorry to hear about Gord's passing , I go back to the days of open houses & following parties at Kucera's Gord was always regarded as a great representative of New Holland , a lot of mutual respect from his fellow travellers . We had a lot of laughs over the years . One of the good guys
Janet SchellenbergerI am thinking of you during this sad time Pam, very hard to lose our loved ones with this terrible disease but we know they are in a better place and are at peace
Allan OlsenSorry to hear of Gords passing. He was my New Holland rep years ago when I was a dealer in Markdale. Great memories, a great man.
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