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“Gordon was a kind and loving gentleman.He will be missed by family and friends.May he rest in peace.In loving memoryCousin Sissy and Ron ”
1 of 4 | Posted by: Edna Tull - Hatboro, PA

“Gordie was the consummate gentleman, a no quit rival and a beloved teammate. His love for family was evident in everything he did. Joanie would often...Read More »
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“Gordie was a man of few words, with a big heart. He passionately loved his wife and family, and his warmth could make any one comfortable. Its sad...Read More »
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“So sorry for your loss , god bless , ”
4 of 4 | Posted by: Joe and diane Klecko - Pennsauken, NJ


Gordon Edward Estes of Chalfont, Pennsylvania passed away
Saturday, April 4, 2020. He went home to be with his Lord
and Savior. He was 82.
He was born October 5, 1937 in Lancaster, Kentucky, to the
late Ted and Florence Estes. He was preceded in death by
his beloved wife Joan Estes. They were married for 55
years.
In addition to his wife Joan and parents, Gordon was
preceded in death by his brother Bobby Estes and sisters
Rosalee Estes and Doris Estes. He has two surviving sisters
Betty Jo (Dave) Burge and Wanda Hale.
Gordon was the loving father of Sharon Gallagher, John
Estes, Christina Seiz and her husband, Scott, and Mark
Estes. He was the grandfather of Lauren Estes, Ryan Seiz,
Holly Tillotson, Kyle Simmons, Cortney Estes, Corinne Estes
and Trustin Estes. He had many nieces and nephews.
Gordon was a hardworking, giving and loving husband and
father. He retired from Dudlik Industries in Warminster,
Pennsylvania where he was a foreman and machinist.
Gordon was an amazing athlete and played basketball and
fast pitch softball well into his fifties. His friends and
teammates called him "Gordie" and his wife "Joanie" called
him Johnny.
He was an avid Philadelphia Phillies and Kentucky Wildcats
fan. He enjoyed watching his grandchildren play sports.
Gordon loved gardening and growing enough vegetables
that fed the entire extended family. He enjoyed trips 'down
the shore' to Ocean City, N.J., with his Joanie, children and
grandchildren each summer. He also enjoyed trips to
Kentucky to see his many family members.

There will be a private funeral. A celebration of life will be
held at a later date.
www.deckerfuneralhome.com