Beverly T. Gordon

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Beverly T. Gordon

Beverly T. Gordon of Branchport, NY entered into eternal life on Saturday October 16, 2021 at the age of 82.

A Memorial Service will be held at St. Luke's Church, Branchport, NY on Saturday, November 13, at 11:00 AM; immediately followed by a Celebration of Life at Lakeside Restaurant.

Beverly was a long-time active member and current Senior Warden of St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Branchport. She served on the Alter as a Chalice Bearer, was on the Alter Guild, and was the leader of the St. Luke's Ladies. She was known as the heartbeat of St. Luke's Pot Luck Dinners and Special Event Celebrations at the Parrish House as well.

Her life on Keuka Lake was her biggest joy. She loved flowers and gardening, and making her home a comfortable place to visit and enjoy. Cooking was a labor of love for Bev. She delighted in creating special meals for family and friends as well as hosting holidays and special events.

From ocean cruises to river cruising, she never turned down an opportunity to travel. She enjoyed her many excursions with friends & family, as well as many voyages with her Cousin Terry on the Queen Mary.

She is survived by her sons, Richard A. (Kim) Gordon, Bryan D. (Amy) Gordon and daughter, Kathryn G. Kane. She is also survived by nine grandchildren, Bethlyn (Aaron) Malinoski, Chelsea Kane, Makenzee (Zach) Riss, Jennifer Gordon, Brooke Gordon, Lori (Brady Cernelich) Gordon, Samantha (Nate) Bellis, Benjamin Gordon, Jesse Gordon; 5 great grandchildren, and a sister, Lesley (Carl) Thompson Shaw. She was predeceased by her husband, Kenneth Gordon in 2012; and parents, Ernest and Norma Thompson.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions to St. Luke's Episcopal Church, 187 West Lake Rd., Branchport, NY 14418 are appreciated.

You may visit WeldonFuneralHome.com to share a memory of Beverly with her family and friends.

Posted online on October 31, 2021

Published in Penn Yan Chronicle-Express

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Obituaries in Penn Yan, NY | The Chronicle-Express

Beverly T. Gordon

Weldon Funeral Home

Beverly T. Gordon

Beverly T. Gordon of Branchport, NY entered into eternal life on Saturday October 16, 2021 at the age of 82.

A Memorial Service will be held at St. Luke's Church, Branchport, NY on Saturday, November 13, at 11:00 AM; immediately followed by a Celebration of Life at Lakeside Restaurant.

Beverly was a long-time active member and current Senior Warden of St. Luke's Episcopal Church in Branchport. She served on the Alter as a Chalice Bearer, was on the Alter Guild, and was the leader of the St. Luke's Ladies. She was known as the heartbeat of St. Luke's Pot Luck Dinners and Special Event Celebrations at the Parrish House as well.

Her life on Keuka Lake was her biggest joy. She loved flowers and gardening, and making her home a comfortable place to visit and enjoy. Cooking was a labor of love for Bev. She delighted in creating special meals for family and friends as well as hosting holidays and special events.

From ocean cruises to river cruising, she never turned down an opportunity to travel. She enjoyed her many excursions with friends & family, as well as many voyages with her Cousin Terry on the Queen Mary.

She is survived by her sons, Richard A. (Kim) Gordon, Bryan D. (Amy) Gordon and daughter, Kathryn G. Kane. She is also survived by nine grandchildren, Bethlyn (Aaron) Malinoski, Chelsea Kane, Makenzee (Zach) Riss, Jennifer Gordon, Brooke Gordon, Lori (Brady Cernelich) Gordon, Samantha (Nate) Bellis, Benjamin Gordon, Jesse Gordon; 5 great grandchildren, and a sister, Lesley (Carl) Thompson Shaw. She was predeceased by her husband, Kenneth Gordon in 2012; and parents, Ernest and Norma Thompson.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions to St. Luke's Episcopal Church, 187 West Lake Rd., Branchport, NY 14418 are appreciated.

You may visit WeldonFuneralHome.com to share a memory of Beverly with her family and friends.

Posted online on October 31, 2021

Published in Penn Yan Chronicle-Express