Gordon Church

Celebration of Life

2:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Saturday, May 20, 2017
Marconi Lodge
26 W. Pulteney Street
Corning, New York, United States

Obituary of Gordon Church

Gordon E. Church, age 52, of Corning, NY passed away on Saturday, May 13, 2017 at Arnot Ogden Medical Center in Elmira, NY. Gordon was born March 27, 1965 in Corning to Gordon E. and Beatrice F. (Crisco) Church.


He is survived by three sisters: Julia Corby of Corning, Marilyn (Donald) May of Corning, Carol (Brian) Cunningham of Corning; nephews and nieces: Brad Norris of Ithaca, Brian (Kathy) Cunningham of Fishers, Indiana, Amy Cunningham of Corning, Laura (David) Keyes of Beaver Dams, McKenzie Hahn (Arron) of Beaver Dams; great nephew and nieces: David and Abby Keys and Kylie and Jessa B. Hahn; and special friends Sharon and Alicia of Elmira. Gordon was predeceased by his parents.


Gordon was a very special person to so many people and touched so many hearts. Gordon worked most of his working career in the food business with the last being with Holmes Plate. He just loved the family as part of his own. Gordon loved to fish and walk the trails at the Nature Center at Corning Community College with his dogs and bird watching. He had a love of sports with the Yankees being the favorite baseball team and a big Syracuse fan for football and basketball. Often having deep discussions with family members about his teams! Gordon was such a people person caring so much for all who came in contact with him. Always making a point of making sure everyone was happy and had what they needed. He loved to be at the grill at family picnics and enjoyed all the time he could possibly spend with his family. This included coffee Sunday mornings to holidays filled with a lot of love and laughter.


Memorial donations may be made in Gordon's name to The Chemung County SPCA.


Family and friends are invited to a Celebration of Life service which will be held at the Marconi Lodge Post 47on Pulteney Street in Corning, NY on Saturday, May 20, 2017 from 2:30pm-5:30pm.



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