Gordon Sheridan Obituary, Cranbrook, British Columbia, (2024) -Death Notice And Visitation

Gordon Sheridan Obituary – We would like to extend our most sincere sympathies to the Sheridan family on the passing of Gordon Sheridan, who had previously worked as our program coordinator until his passing. In November of 2022, Gordon was given a sad diagnosis of pancreatic cancer, which resulted in his being having to retire from his post as Program Coordinator. Throughout the course of the previous year and a half, he has faced cancer with bravery and optimism. His passing occurred in a quiet and tranquil manner on the 18th of March, 2024, a Sunday.

He was surrounded by his family and close friends at the time of his passing. Gordon, who was a key member of the Cranbrook community and worked as our program coordinator, was a contributor to the community. He had a plethora of ideas and was filled with joy. The murder mystery “We Are Not Amused,” which he wrote, directed, and acted in as Rod Stirling, was the thing that he felt the most proud of having accomplished throughout the course of his career. On a daily basis, he was the one who brought a sense of humorousness to the facility, in addition to being a friend and a leader.

The void that his departure has created is immeasurable, and he will be sorely missed by everybody who knew and loved him. Gord’s family, including Rhonda, Parker, and the rest of the family, are all in our thoughts and prayers at this time. We are sorry for the loss you have suffered. Taking place at Key City Theatre on the 21st of April, at four o’clock in the afternoon, there will be a celebration of life conducted for the deceased.

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