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Downie GordonDOWNIE, Gordon 'Gord' Edgar - (February 6th, 1964 – October 17th, 2017) -

We lost a true Canadian icon, talented poet and musician.

His words and lyrics spoke to everyone, coast to coast and across the miles.

A man who was so proud of his children and his family.

His support of our friends in the North and his story of Chanie Wenjack touched the lives of so many.

Through the past two years, Gord’s dedication to this cause never wavered and his legacy is left with the knowledge to continue with his work.

In Gord’s honour, we welcome you to share your favourite memories and photos in the 'Guestbook' and encourage you to donate to The Gord Downie & Chanie Wenjack Fund through the 'Donations page' via Arbor Memorial and Robert J. Reid & Sons funeral home, Kingston, Ontario.

Once completed, all the memories and photos will be shared with the Downie family as a keepsake. 

KingstonObituaries.com

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Downie GordonDOWNIE, Gordon 'Gord' Edgar - (February 6th, 1964 – October 17th, 2017) -

We lost a true Canadian icon, talented poet and musician.

His words and lyrics spoke to everyone, coast to coast and across the miles.

A man who was so proud of his children and his family.

His support of our friends in the North and his story of Chanie Wenjack touched the lives of so many.

Through the past two years, Gord’s dedication to this cause never wavered and his legacy is left with the knowledge to continue with his work.

In Gord’s honour, we welcome you to share your favourite memories and photos in the 'Guestbook' and encourage you to donate to The Gord Downie & Chanie Wenjack Fund through the 'Donations page' via Arbor Memorial and Robert J. Reid & Sons funeral home, Kingston, Ontario.

Once completed, all the memories and photos will be shared with the Downie family as a keepsake. 

KingstonObituaries.com

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