Gordon Kee

Gordon Douglas Kee

Sunday, April 26th, 1925 - Friday, November 15th, 2019
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Passed away peacefully due to natural causes on November 15, 2019 at Groves Memorial Hospital at the age of 94. Gord had a passion for The Canadian War Amps Association and devoted most of his time supporting their causes. Gord was the beloved husband to the late Kay (2019). A special thank you to the doctors and nurses at Groves Memorial Hospital for their compassionate care. As per Gord’s wishes, cremation has taken place. A private family interment will be held at a later date. Memorial donations in Gord’s memory may be made to The Canadian War Amps Association.
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Louise Kee

Posted at 02:41pm
The last time I saw my uncle Gord I was four years old. I am so sorry to hear of his passing, and more---to never have be allowed to know him. My father Kenneth never spoke of Gord to us: my brother Peter, my sister Susan or to me (Louise). I am sorry to hear of his passing. He sounds like a wonderful uncle.

Heather Jacomen nee Glendinning

Posted at 08:20pm
My Uncle Gord was a familiar figure who periodically visited his sister Shirley, my mom. I chiefly remember his sense of humour and light touch with hconversation. When I was little he gave us a couple of albums, Peter Pan and the Wizard of Oz which fires our imaginations. My brother Ovan says he always brought a gift and Ivan always knew it would be model plane which looked forward to. Gord will be remembered fondly by the Glendinning’s

Fred Kee

Posted at 04:45pm
I have so many fond memories of my younger brother Gord over 94 years. He was a great brother to me and a great uncle to my children. I will miss him dearly.

Stephen, David and Brenda Kee

Posted at 04:39pm
We are all saddened at the passing of our Uncle Gord. He was a special part of our years growing up and he left a big impression on us all. He and our dad Fred were very close and remained in contact over the years and right up until Gord's passing. Dad and Gord had chatted briefly the Sunday before. It is special to us all that the two brothers were able to share an afternoon together in September. It meant so much to both of them.

Brenda Kee

Posted at 04:22pm
Gord and Fred were brothers but also best friends. Gord at 94 was dad's little brother, dad now 98.
Just recently in September 2019 they shared a wonderful afternoon together chatting and laughing about childhood memories of Trent Valley Lodge, experiences during WWII and times at 41 Bonnyview Drive.
Of the five Kee's (Royal, Fred, Kenneth, Gord and Shirley) only Fred (98) and Shirley (the youngest at 93) survive. They are both saddened at the loss of their brother Gord.

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