In memory of
Terry Gordon
In memory of
Terry Gordon
Terry Gordon, 62, of Midway, peacefully went home to be with Jesus Sunday, Feb. 21, 2021. Terry is survived by his parents Brad and Sylvia Gordon; his children, Shane Gordon (Chelsey Witt Gordon) and Clorissa Verschueren (Scott Verschueren); three grandchildren, who thought their Pop Pop hung the moon, Seth Gordon, Grelyn Gordon and Cambry Gordon; his three sisters, Missy Richardson (Billy Richardson), Cindy Fielden (David Fielden) and Tammy Narramore. He worked most of his adult life at Boeing and Y12. He was a skilled tradesman. Terry's passion for sports shined throughout his life. He coached football for many years at Midway High School. It was very important to him to instill lifelong skills in each high school athlete that he coached. He enjoyed attending his grandchildren's ball games and loved to critique and encourage them. Terry also enjoyed the outdoors. He spent most of his free time on the golf course or on Watts Bar Lake. To be announced at a later date there will be a celebration of life next to his beloved Watts Bar Lake. Kyker Funeral Home, Kingston, is in charge of arrangements.
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350 West Race Street
Kingston, TN 37763
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In memory of
Terry Gordon
Terry Gordon, 62, of Midway, peacefully went home to be with Jesus Sunday, Feb. 21, 2021. Terry is survived by his parents Brad and Sylvia Gordon; his children, Shane Gordon (Chelsey Witt Gordon) and Clorissa Verschueren (Scott Verschueren); three grandchildren, who thought their Pop Pop hung the moon, Seth Gordon, Grelyn Gordon and Cambry Gordon; his three sisters, Missy Richardson (Billy Richardson), Cindy Fielden (David Fielden) and Tammy Narramore. He worked most of his adult life at Boeing and Y12. He was a skilled tradesman. Terry's passion for sports shined throughout his life. He coached football for many years at Midway High School. It was very important to him to instill lifelong skills in each high school athlete that he coached. He enjoyed attending his grandchildren's ball games and loved to critique and encourage them. Terry also enjoyed the outdoors. He spent most of his free time on the golf course or on Watts Bar Lake. To be announced at a later date there will be a celebration of life next to his beloved Watts Bar Lake. Kyker Funeral Home, Kingston, is in charge of arrangements.
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Services Provided By
Kyker Funeral Homes
350 West Race Street
Kingston, TN 37763
Past Services ╲╱
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