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Gordon Cole

Gordon David Cole

Wednesday, September 13th, 1944 - Monday, December 30th, 2019
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COLE, Gordon David

Of Plainfield, passed away peacefully at his home on Monday, December 30th, 2019 at the young age of 75. He was the much loved husband to Olla Cole for 54 years. Proud father and much loved by Natalie Cole (Glenn Wray) and Jason Cole (Megan). Adored grandfather to Jade, Cole, Paige and Hunter. Lovingly referred to as "Gordie", he is the son of the late Henrietta Leslie and Douglas Cole. Gordie is survived by his forever loved siblings; Ron Cole (Dorothy), Doug Cole (Vi), Kathy Cruji (Pete), Betty Klein, Jeannie Powell and Barb McNulty and is predeceased by Bob, Carol, Gary, Barry and Leslie. He was greatly admired by many nieces and nephews.

The family wishes to acknowledge the PSW's and the nurses that were there to support Mother in caring for him every single day. There were many special ones, you know who you are. Thank you so much!

In keeping with Gordie's wishes, cremation arrangements have been made with the BELLEVILLE FUNERAL HOME & CHAPEL LTD. 68 N. Front St. Belleville (613-968-5080). A celebration of life, with family and friends will be announced at a later date and is greatly looked forward to. If desired, memorial donations to the Alzheimer's Society or charity of choice are appreciated.

Online condolences can be made at www.rushnellfamilyservices.com
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Beverley boomhour

Posted at 01:47pm
I hadn't been in touch with my cousin Gord. for many years,so i will just remember him as a very handsome boy with a wonderful smile,and the fun he and my brothers had to-gether. My Blessings and condolences to all the family. Cousin Bev.
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Natalie

Posted at 12:44am
Dad. That's what you call him... Just Dad...or Papa....or friend.... or confidant.... also party animal, criticizer, and organizer of all things good, especially around a good old campfire. Everyone will feel your absence for a long time to come. The memories, they are crazy busy for me, your daughter, but may your spirit know that you taught us all,very well, to be strong in so many ways. An unforgiving sickness took you from us, but that is not how you will be remembered. You will be remembered by your love of life and the unbelievable spirit of how you lived it. Love you Dad.
JC

Jason David Cole

Posted at 08:39pm
I will miss watching Carlin with you. Your laugh will be remembered throughout the ages. I miss going to Bulls games with you. I miss your work whistle echoing across the yard. I miss exploring Main Duck Island with you. I miss cooking with you at the restaurant.
JC

Jason David Cole

Posted at 08:13pm
My father was a man of many talents. He was a truck driver, a heavy equipment operator, a pipeliner, a chef, a boxer, a business owner, a yachtsman, a car salesman, but above all, he was my best friend. He taught me to fish, he taught me to skate, to throw a football, to play hockey, to drive a car, to fire a rifle, to operate a bulldozer, to run a yacht, he taught me how to cook and he taught me respect. He was well respected by everyone he met in life and his passing has created a big hole in my life. Ill miss you Dad, but i know you will always be there looking out for me.
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