ForeverMissed
This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Beverly (Kathy) Gordon, 64 years old, born on June 28, 1949, and passed away on September 19, 2013. We will remember her forever.
Posted by Wendy Frachon on September 14, 2020
My Momma, Well time doesn't heal the pain of missing her but it does get easier accepting she's not coming back. I see so much of My Momma in Myself. Or I'll talk and hear her voice. Thats what helps acceptance. Thank God I remember My Mom sharing the meaning of Empathy with Us. Watching her Care how others fealt or were being treated. Every day I share it with My Children and Grandchildren. Or Friends and clients. Im Very Grateful for The Gift My Momma left Me.
Posted by Dorothy Kelly on September 28, 2018
I miss our phone calls, and no matter how down I might feel , you always lifted my spirits. You never judged me and I could always count on you to laugh me out of a blue mood. I love you and miss you. So blessed that we are sisters and I love the thought of you being with Snooks and Johnny. Mama and Daddy must be pleased you are with them.
Posted by Mary Jo Larson on September 25, 2018
There's not a day that goes by that doesn't include a thought or memory of you, dear sister. Nearly every story I relate about my days growing up includes you as a principle character..in every sense of the word. In God's time, I'll be joining you and our family at the table He has prepared for us. Thank you Jesus, thank you Lord.
Posted by DeeDee Kitterman-Andrews on September 19, 2018
I love my Aunt Kathy! She is with the Lord in the Kingdom of Heaven. She has zero sadness or pain or worry. Those things are to be remembered no more. She sees the face of God now. I miss you Aunt Kathy, but will see you someday in Heaven.

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Posted by Wendy Frachon on September 14, 2020
My Momma, Well time doesn't heal the pain of missing her but it does get easier accepting she's not coming back. I see so much of My Momma in Myself. Or I'll talk and hear her voice. Thats what helps acceptance. Thank God I remember My Mom sharing the meaning of Empathy with Us. Watching her Care how others fealt or were being treated. Every day I share it with My Children and Grandchildren. Or Friends and clients. Im Very Grateful for The Gift My Momma left Me.
Posted by Dorothy Kelly on September 28, 2018
I miss our phone calls, and no matter how down I might feel , you always lifted my spirits. You never judged me and I could always count on you to laugh me out of a blue mood. I love you and miss you. So blessed that we are sisters and I love the thought of you being with Snooks and Johnny. Mama and Daddy must be pleased you are with them.
Posted by Mary Jo Larson on September 25, 2018
There's not a day that goes by that doesn't include a thought or memory of you, dear sister. Nearly every story I relate about my days growing up includes you as a principle character..in every sense of the word. In God's time, I'll be joining you and our family at the table He has prepared for us. Thank you Jesus, thank you Lord.
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