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Gordon Aitkens

Gordon Aitkens

Thursday, February 6th, 1947 Thursday, May 14th, 2020

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Obituary for Gordon George Aitkens

Mr. Gordon Aitkens, age 73 years, passed away peacefully on Thursday, May 14, 2020 in St. Joseph’s Hospital – Hospice Unit. Gordon was born on February 6, 1947 in Port Arthur to parents Ron and Susan Aitkens. He worked for many years as a heavy-duty mechanic, starting his career off at the Pitlochry Garage in Scotland in his teens, where he met his wife Dianne. After moving to Thunder Bay six days after their marriage in 1971, he worked at many different companies in Thunder Bay before his semi-retirement. His love of cars saw him become a member of the Thunder Bay Auto Sports Club in which he enjoyed many years of ice racing his mini and joined a local race team that allowed him to travel. His most memorable times were spent with many friends at Northern Lights Resort. Never one to follow an instruction manual, he was able to fix anything, and you could always find him lending a helping hand to friends. Gord was happiest when he was either fishing, hunting, or guiding. Gordon will be lovingly remembered by his wife Dianne, daughter Faith, son-in-law Steve, grandchildren Ethan, Emma and Logan. Step-uncles Brooks and Bill Aitken, Tyron Lincoln, as well as numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. Gordie will also be sadly missed by his Northern Lights family and his beloved dog Stewie. He was predeceased by his beloved son Blair and his parents Ron and Susan. A celebration of Gordy’s life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Blair Haggarty Aitkens Memorial Scholarship. Online condolences may be made at www.sargentandson.com.

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Richard and RoseAnn Zapfe

There are no words to express our sorrow felt by the loss of a great friend. Our condolances to Dianne and family with hugs to all. Gordie was my friend and would put his own work on hold just to help anyone. We will miss him dearly.
Comment | Posted at 11:52pm via Condolence
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Kim Douglas

Diane, Faith and family
So very sorry to hear about the passing of Gordie. He was one of the kindest men our family had the chance to meet. A great sense of humour, a kind soul and a heart of gold. Finally at peace and reunited with Blair.
Kim Nielsen and family
Comment | Posted at 07:54pm via Condolence
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Roberta Lane

Dear Dianne and family,
Please know that my prayers and deepest sympathy are with you at this sad time.
With love and friendship
Roberta Lane
Comment | Posted at 11:11am via Condolence
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John & Flora Kennedy

Dear Dianne, Faith and families, we are deeply saddened to learn of Gordon’s passing. You have our deepest condolences. Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time. May he Rest In Peace.
John & Flora Kennedy
Comment | Posted at 07:28pm via Condolence
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Donna Jankovic

So very sorry to hear of Gord's passing our sincere condolences to the family.
Cedo and Donna Jankovic
Comment | Posted at 05:30am via Condolence
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