Gregory G. Gordon
Gregory G. Gordon, 70, of Shenango Township passed away the afternoon of Sept. 17, 2019.
Born on June 21, 1949, in New Castle, he was a son of the late Stanley Gorgacz Jr. and Mary Ann Lysko Gorgacz.
Gregory had graduated from Shenango High School and Penn State University, where he received a bachelor of science degree in metallurgy.
Gregory had worked for Copperweld Steel Co. and retired as a claim investigator in the metallurgical department.
Gregory belong to the YMCA, where participated in the spinning, cardio and weight lifting classes. He was a member Rapid Tappet Car Club. Gregory also enjoyed being in the outdoors fishing, hunting, cycling, walking and gardening.
A Blessing service will be conducted at 11:30 a.m. Monday at the Ed and Don DeCarbo Funeral Home and Crematory, 941 S. Mill St. Deacon John Carran will officiate.
Burial will be in Parkside Cemetery.
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Published on September 20, 2019


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Jim Mickle
Sep 24, 2019
Greg was a member of our golf league from Challenges for the first time this year. He was a good golfer and a a good sportsman. I enjoyed his company on the course. My wife and I were sad to hear of his passing and express our heartfelt sympathy to Greg’s family.
Dan Esposito
Sep 23, 2019
Greg was a fun loving guy. Had a great sense of humor.
Frank Simunaci
Sep 23, 2019
I met Greg at the Y, would see him several times a week. Always a nice guy and had many jokes to keep us entertained. We will miss seeing him there and all the laughter we all shared. Always remember the work out outfits he wore to make everyone laugh. lots of fun. We will miss you Greg. RIP.
Lisa Cross
Sep 21, 2019
Greg was such a nice guy and I always enjoyed talking to him. He was always in a good mood and had a joke to tell. He knew I loved cats and always showed me his cat t-shirts. He will be greatly missed. Rest in piece my dear friend.