GORDON LUCILLE Beloved wife of Maynard M. Gordon. Dear mother of Julian Gordon, Adam Gordon, and Beth (Jim) Holmes. Devoted sister of Sharon Bond (Harvey Stewart), Tony Bond, and the late Doris (the late Harold) Levin. Loving grandmother of Anna Leah Holmes and Isabel Gordon Holmes. Also remembered by many loving nieces, nephews, other family members and friends. SERVICES WEDNESDAY 10 A.M. AT THE DORFMAN CHAPEL, FARMINGTON HILLS, 248-406-6000. INTERMENT TO FOLLOW AT MACHPELAH CEMETERY, FERNDALE, or visit www.thedorfmanchapel.com.
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Dear Maynard, I am truly saddened to read of Lucille's death. She was always Avery special, caring, upbeat, positive person. She spoke the truth and I valued the opportunity to have known her. My thoughts are with you all. Hoping you derive comfort from each other and from all others at this time. I am out of town duringr these days. Warmly, Lorraine Lerner
My sympathy to the family. Lucille was a customer and friend of mind for about 30 years. I feel bad and I am in shock. Lu Lu was not just another customer to me. She watched me grow as a person, and was diplomatic in her advice. Lu Lu shared the growth of her family with me. I will miss her dearly.
Dear Gordon Family and Maynard... I last saw you sitting shiva at my own dad's passing, we loved you as dear neighbors and valued you as wonderful human beings that showed great caring and compassion. Lucille, had left a very strong impression on me through the years, and I can still hear her calming tranquil voice and truly inquisitive questions, always caring about who you were and what you were really up to. She was a treasure, as are you, and I hope to be able to share this with you face to face sometime soon. Thinking about you, Wendy Reiss( your old Archer neighbor) and Lillian Reiss
Lucy was a wonderful boss and clinical supervisor. It has been over 20 years ago since we worked together, but I often think of her advice and care. She generously shared her love of life and insights about human motivation and family dynamics. I wish the best to her family and please know she helped many and was loved by many more.
Dear Maynard and family, We are so sad to hear this news. Lucy had a smile that could light up a city block. So smart and so loving, always.