Gordon J. Bock
- August 28, 1944 - January 25, 2013
- Oconomowoc, Wisconsin
of Gordon 's Passing
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Our thoughts and prayers are with Gordy's family and friends a this time. Sorry we are so far away.
Posted by: Jim and Judy Haubert - Winslow, AZ - Friends Feb 03, 2013
We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Gordy. He will be missed, especially his infectious laugh (I laugh just remembering it). I used to wash Gordys '68 Eldorado at Kahls. I was to young to drive them but in the parking lot.... I hung around with my brother Pat and the dirty dozen (dirt being car grease I'm sure). Those times will live in my memory forever. We are so sorry we missed his service.
Posted by: Mike & Terrie Mullarky - Fort Atkinson, WI - Friend Feb 03, 2013
Gordy ,we'll miss your smiling face and your laughter. Things just won't be the same without you on our gambling trips, the Dells, up at the cabin and going to the beach. You will be a shining star with all the other ones that have left us. I'm sure by now that your already giving Donna a hard time. We will miss you Gordo. May you rest in peace. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family.
Posted by: Harlan & Linda Uttech - Oconomowoc, WI - Chris's in-laws Feb 03, 2013
Gordy, you were a wonderful husband, father, and friend to us all. Even though we haven't crossed paths in some time, you have left an everlasting impression on me and my path in life. Your family doesn't know of all the one on one talks we had, when I was a stupid kid, and thought I knew everything. But as I got older, I remember with a smile, asking myself :" WHAT WOULD GORDY DO?? " - With your voice
Posted by: Matt Schroeder - Oconomowoc, WI - friend Feb 03, 2013
I wrote this poem and I call it GORDY
Uncle Gordy was a cool ass dude
He was never in a bad mood
He was loved by all and not very tall
He had Chris, Matty and Nancy...it's funny cuz GORDY wuz kinda fancy
he had Madeline and holy moly
What a life with a great wife
Wow-E-Zowy wont be the same...that's a shame
Gordy will be remembered, and not be forgotten
I'm glad I was your friend.
Posted by: Brett Collins - West Milwaukee, WI - Friend Feb 03, 2013
To the best brother in the world! I love him so much and I will still miss him more then anybody in the world. You will always be in my thoughts, prayers and love everyday. My brother was always very giving and never put himself first. He always put others before him. I will miss all of our trips to the casino's and especially the yearly trips to the dells. My memories of our cruise to Mexico will never be
Posted by: Diana Wenzel - Muskego, WI - Sister Feb 03, 2013
There are no words to make up for the loss of a loved one. Gordy was a special person who will always be remembered. He was the kind of person who walked into the room and it lit up! He left us with many good memories that we can treasure forever. He will be missed coaching on the sidelines during softball games and joking with us during 9 Pin tap tournaments. We are thinking of your familhy during this difficult time.
Posted by: Tara and Justin - Hartland, WI - friend of the family Feb 02, 2013
We will greatly miss seeing his smiling face. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
Posted by: Jolene Hess & Steve Engel - Oconomowoc, WI - Neighbors Feb 02, 2013
I was lucky enough to have Uncle Gordy in my life for the past 31 years and he will always have a special place in my heart.
When I first met your family Christopher and Mattie were just babies and now they are wonderful men with families of their own.
That is a testament to having such wonderful parents as Uncle Gordy and Aunt Nancy.
Christmas gatherings just won't be the same without him. I will miss his laugh, smile and hugs.
Posted by: Christine Schmidbauer - Muskego, WI Feb 01, 2013
My condolences to you and your family. May you find peace in the memories you have of your father. My prayers are with you. God Bless!
Posted by: Matt Karst - Milwaukee, WI Feb 01, 2013