Guestbook entries for Gordon Francis Wagner

Scott Van Ens
Gordy was a insperation to work with at denDulks. His work ethic was one in a million. It is had to find a person like Gordy in this world these days. His smile and laughter will be missed. God has a good one up there and someday we will all see him again. I will continue to pray for you Alice and the rest of the family.

Harbor Hospice
We send our sincere sympathy to your family. We are here to support you in your time of loss – today and for as long as you need us. – The Staff of Harbor Hospice.

Ray & Julie Watkoski
Our deepest sympathy to Alice and all the family. Gordy will be missed by all of us. He was a "great square dance caller". We enjoyed playing music while he did the "calling"... ALWAYS A GREAT JOB... RAY & JULIE & FAMILY

Jim and Joyce Muston
Alice: So sorry to hear about Gordys passing away. We are unable to attend the services but you and your loved ones are in our prayers. Take care of your self. With our symphany and prayers, Jim and Joyce Muston

Jeane Hecksel
Alice and Family I am so sorry for your loss, Gordy will be missed so very much. You are in my prayers. Sincerely Jeane

Donald Swanson
Dear Alice & Family Our deepest sympathy to you and your family on the passing of Gordy. Wewill sure miss him around the den Dulk farms . What a pleasure to watch him mow hay at 10 miles an hour and never miss a blade. His enthusiam for his work was exceptional. Calling "Square Dances" he had a rthym that his Dad did when Auctioneering. The community has lost a great guy, one that was fun to around. We'll keep him in our prayers Don & Dee Swanson

Ray & Judy Bawks
Dear Alice & Family, Words can not describe the sorrow we feel for the loss of a wonderful husband, father, grandfather & great grandfather. May the peace of Christ be with each of you everyday as you need it. Gordy was very special to us we will always remember all the wonderful times we shared. Continue to share your memories and Gordy will always be near as he is dear to each of your hearts. Please know that our thoughts and prayers are with all of you at this time. Unfortunately we cannot be there for the service on Wed. at 11:00 a.m. but certainly know we will be thinking & praying for all of you. Love & Prayers, Ray & Judy

Harold and Kay Woodard
Our sincere condolences to Gordy's family. He was a godly Man and we will miss his friendship and laughter. Harold and Kay Woodard.

Dave & Laurie Ferwerda
We wanted to express our deepest sympathy for your loss.

Chuck & Kathy Miller
We are glad, proud, even honored, that you accepted us into your family. We always enjoy visiting with you and hope to continue the tradition for a long time. Of course, Gordon will be sadly missed, never forgotten, and fondly remembered. Please accept our sincerest heartfelt regrets and deepest condolences for your loss, as it is our loss, too. With love, Chuck & Kathy

Chuck & Kathy Miller
We are glad, proud, even honored, that you accepted us into your family. We always enjoy visiting with you and hope to continue the tradition for a long time. Of course, Gordon will be sadly missed, never forgotten, and fondly remembered. Please accept our sincerest heartfelt regrets and deepest condolences for your loss, as it is our loss, too. With love, Chuck & Kathy

Walt Guterbock
It was a privilege to know and work with Gordie during the years I worked in Ravenna. He always had a positive attitude toward life and adversity and he got more work done than anyone else on the farm. He had a great sense of humor and had a wealth of knowledge about the history of the area and the history of farming. His passing was a great loss for the community and for the farm. Our deepest sympathy to the family, although we can take comfort in the fact that he had a long and happy life with a loving family, and that the end came relatively quickly.