Robert K. Gordon
Robert Kenneth "Bob" Gordon, 73 of Gilbert Stuart Drive in Warwick passed away on Saturday July 14th. He was the beloved husband of Charlene (Worrall) Gordon. Born on July 11, 1939 he was the son of the late Kenneth V. and Marjorie (Tift) Gordon. Bob attended the University of Rhode Island and the Rhode Island School of Design. He was a former Vice President at Slater Screen Print and retired in 2000 as the Plant Manager of CQ Corporation in East Rutherford, New Jersey. He had last worked at the East Greenwich Yacht Club where he was also a member. Bob was also a member of the Block Island Tuna Club, Bay Tackle Anglers, and East Greenwich Fireman's Club. Besides his wife he leaves one daughter; Cindy McKenna, three sons; Gregory, Jeffery, and Justin Gordon, three grandchildren; Gregory Smith, Christopher Sylvia, Kaylee Gordon, and one sister; Carol Wolf. He was the brother of the late Joan Burnham. Bob will be missed deeply but always remembered for strength, courage, and bravery. He was a firm believer in "never giving up". He was a wonderful husband, father, and friend. A Celebration of Bob's life will be held on Monday July 30th at 2:00pm in the East Greenwich Yacht Club 10 Water Street East Greenwich, RI 02818. Donations in his memory may be made to the Dana Faber Cancer Institute 450 Brookline Avenue Boston, MA 02215.
Chris Voccio - 07/25/2012
Truly one of the nicest guy's I have had the priveledge of being friends with as well as worked with. He will be missed but not forgotten.
Justin Gordon - 07/25/2012
My father was my hero. Not only was he my dad, but he was a father figure to many others. He was the strongest person in my life, and the bravest. He taught me everything I know in my life and he will be deeply missed and always in my heart.
Donna and Pat Gallagher - 07/25/2012
we didn't know Bob for very long but we knew that he was a kind and friendly person to have met. our thoughts and prayers are with Charlene and the boys
cindy smith - 07/26/2012
Bob was the best papa ever.I can not even explain how much he he meant to me and how he and charlene made a diffrence in my life and in the life of my son greory smith. my prayers and thoughts are with papa bob and his family.i have lots of loving memories and papa bob will be missed tremendously.
Muriel Cournoyer - 07/26/2012
Your Dad is in my thoughts & prayers. I never knew him, but I'm sure he was a great
kelsey gallagher - 07/26/2012
my condolences, your family is in my thoughts and prayers especially charlene, justin and jeff.
bill sweenor - 07/27/2012
i went all thru school and played ball with bob. So sorry to hear of his passing, my thoughts and prayerw are with him and his family.
Frank McCabe - 07/27/2012
Worked with Bob many good years at Slater. Lost contact but have great memories, especially the Blizzard. Truly sorry to hear of his passing.
Katherine O'Neill - 07/27/2012
I am truly sorry for your loss of this good husband and father. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you at this difficult and sad time. Celebrat his goodnes and strength and all the positives he brought to all of you.
Kristina Knowles - 07/27/2012
Jeff, I am so sorry to hear of your dad's passing. I know how close you were to him and how much you must miss him already. My heart goes out to you and your family. From the stories I have heard about him he will truly be missed by all.
Bob Sasso - 07/27/2012
Charlene, very sorry for your loss, I will always remember the days around 20 water st and traveling with our boats.
Katrina Nacci - 07/27/2012
Bob and Charlene were like my second set of parents for a few years. I will never forget his ability to make someone laugh, or how he was able to comfort me through tough periods in my life. He lived life in such an incredible way, and always had a smile on his face even in the worst circumstances. He was a great father to his sons, a great husband to his wife, and a great friend to anyone who had the pleasure to work or know him, or even share a beer and a stroke of golf in his backyard. He has made a lasting impression on me and I will never forget him.
Ray Horbert - 07/28/2012
So sorry to learn of Bob's pasing. Bob and I grew up in the same neighborhood in the fifties, worked together in the sixties, were avid boaters and remained friends throughout the years. He was always a welcoming friened, and a tireless, driving worker, hence, his success. To all of his family and friends, I share your loss.
Ray Horbert, Warwick
Gus & Mary Pagel - 07/28/2012
With Sympathy to you and your family. We will always remember you.
Ann Sylvia - 07/29/2012
Cindy,Greg and Christopher,
My thoughts and prayers during this most difficult time.
Ann Sylvia,Warwick RI
Cindy, Greg and Christopher - 07/29/2012
It has been years since I have seen Bob but I have memories that will last a lifetime. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
So sorry for your loss...
Dawn (Covais) Engelhardt
Pam and Norm Loeffler - 07/29/2012
We extend our sympathy to the entire Gordon family.
Cindy, Greg, Gregory, and Christopher we know you will miss your Dad and Grandfather and our
prayers are with you.
greg - 07/30/2012
I havant allways been the best son but you wher my father and i will miss you dearly you wher the best dad for juston and jeff they are wonderful brothers and men thanks dad good job thanks dad for being there allways for my son Gregory when i wasn,t I LOVE YOU AND WILL MISS YOU ALWAYS AND FOREVER YOUR SON GREGORY SCOTT GORDON
Cindy Mc Kenna - 07/30/2012
Dad i wiil always love you love always and forever, your daughter CINDY
Carol Wolf - 07/30/2012
You'll always be in my heart. You were my gift on my third birthday and will always love you. Love your sister, Carol
Christine Constantineau - 07/30/2012
Charlene may you and your family find the strength and love, like a bird singing in the rain, let grateful memories survive in time of sorrow.
Pat Quinn - 07/31/2012
My condolences to you and the family. May all of your wonderful memories guide you through this time of mourning.
Ken Greenberg - 03/26/2014
I was shocked to hear of Bob's passing. We grew up together, played basketball in his huge garage on Colonial Av. I hadn't seen Bob for 50 years, until our 50th high school reunion. I recognized him immediately. He hadn't chanced since we last met in high school. He was a great individual. I'm sure he was a blessing to all who came in contact with him. He is now with our Lord and has no pain. God bless all his family.