Herbert Gordon "Gordie" Dyer

Herbert Gordon "Gordie" Dyer

Passed: December 24, 2007

Herbert Gordon "Gordie" Dyer

Passed: December 24, 2007


Dyer, Herbert Gordon Gordie, 89, Of Richmond, Went To Be With The Lord On Monday, December 24, 2007. He Is Survived By His Wife Of 64 Years, Ora Browning Dyer; Son, George E. Dyer And Wife, Judy, Daughters, Anne D. Bowman And Husband, Johnny, Jean D. Mason And Husband, Earl; Sister, Hazel D. Caldwell; Grandchildren, Sara Matthews And Husband, Brent, Matthew Dyer And Wife, Tammie, Mary Beth Kennedy, A. J. Bowman And Wife, Starr, Marty Bowman And Rusty Bowman And Wife, Lynn; Step-Grandson, Leslie Mason, Iii And Wife, Melinda; 11 Great-Grandchildren And 2 Step Great-Grandchildren. Mr. Dyer Served In The U. S. Army During Wwii And Was A Member Of Maple Camp 159, Woodman Of The World, Chesterfield Ruritan Club, Manchester Community Center, Manchester Volunteer Fire Department, Elkhardt Farmers Club, Branchs Baptist Church Brotherhood Sunday School Class, Baptist Men And Deacon Emeritus, Richmond Light Infantry Blues Veterans Corps. Gordie Retired From The U. S. Post Office And Ukrops Supermarket And Donated Many Hours Making Brunswick Stew For Area Community Organizations. The Family Will Receive Friends From 2 To 4 Pm And 6 To 8 Pm Friday At The Morrissett Funeral Home, 6500 Iron Bridge Rd. (Rt. 10). His Funeral Service Will Be Held 11 Am Saturday At The Funeral Home. Interment To Follow In Dale Memorial Park. .

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2 responses to Herbert Gordon "Gordie" Dyer

  1. God has taken Gordie Home to be with him. Gordie will be forever in our thought and you also Ora
    May God give you strength to go on
    God said he will never leave us if we belive

  2. Mr. Dyer was such an encourager for me and so many of us as youth at Branch’s. He gave his time to chaperone many activities and to just be there for us when we needed someone to talk with. He loved his family and I’m sure will be missed very much by all of them as well as his extended family as far away as Dallas. He was a special man and made a great brunswick stew!
    Grace and Peace,
    Karen Grubb Gilbert

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