ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Gordon Crompton, 41 years old, born on November 23, 1947, and passed away on March 22, 1989. We will remember him forever.
Posted by RICHARD J. FISCELLA on March 6, 2021
I WAS A STUDENT OF MR. CROMPTON IN FRENCH CLASS IN WILDWOOD IN THE EARLY 1970'S. I WAS VERY SADDENED TO HEAR OF HIS EARLY PASSING SO LONG AGO. FRENCH WAS A MOST DIFFICULT SUBJECT FOR ME, HOWEVER, MR. CROMPTON MADE IT SEEM SO EASY AND NATURAL. I THROUGHLY ENJOYED HIS CLASSES SO MUCH THAT FRENCH BECAME MY FAVORITE SUBJECT.  I OFTEN THINK OF MY DAYS IN FRENCH CLASS. I WAS SO INSPIRED BY MR. CROMPTON THAT I CONTINED TO STUDY FRENCH AFTER HIGH SCHOOL. GOD BLESS YOU, MR. CROMPTON . LONG MAY YOUR MEMORY LIVE   QUE DIEU TE BENISSE, MR. CROMPTON. QUE TA MEMOIRE VIVE LONGTEMPS.
Posted by Jennifer Bennifer on January 30, 2016
Mr. Crompton, I owe you so much. You challenged me, and pushed me , and without you I might never have made it through high school. Your encouragement as a teacher and a drama coach helped me hang on through one of the darkest depressions of my life, and I believe I survived long enough to be diagnosed largely because of you. I'm glad I found this page so that I can say goodbye at last.
Posted by Bradford Crompton on November 23, 2011
Happy Birthday I miss you so! I wish you were here today so we could share getting old together!
Posted by helene monte on April 3, 2011
Where could I possibly begin and end! Gordon and I were best friends while teaching in Wildwood. We were typically together 24-7 in good and not so good times... A hugh void in my life will never be replaced-nor would I want it to be replaced.

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Posted by RICHARD J. FISCELLA on March 6, 2021
I WAS A STUDENT OF MR. CROMPTON IN FRENCH CLASS IN WILDWOOD IN THE EARLY 1970'S. I WAS VERY SADDENED TO HEAR OF HIS EARLY PASSING SO LONG AGO. FRENCH WAS A MOST DIFFICULT SUBJECT FOR ME, HOWEVER, MR. CROMPTON MADE IT SEEM SO EASY AND NATURAL. I THROUGHLY ENJOYED HIS CLASSES SO MUCH THAT FRENCH BECAME MY FAVORITE SUBJECT.  I OFTEN THINK OF MY DAYS IN FRENCH CLASS. I WAS SO INSPIRED BY MR. CROMPTON THAT I CONTINED TO STUDY FRENCH AFTER HIGH SCHOOL. GOD BLESS YOU, MR. CROMPTON . LONG MAY YOUR MEMORY LIVE   QUE DIEU TE BENISSE, MR. CROMPTON. QUE TA MEMOIRE VIVE LONGTEMPS.
Posted by Jennifer Bennifer on January 30, 2016
Mr. Crompton, I owe you so much. You challenged me, and pushed me , and without you I might never have made it through high school. Your encouragement as a teacher and a drama coach helped me hang on through one of the darkest depressions of my life, and I believe I survived long enough to be diagnosed largely because of you. I'm glad I found this page so that I can say goodbye at last.
Posted by Bradford Crompton on November 23, 2011
Happy Birthday I miss you so! I wish you were here today so we could share getting old together!
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