Carol A. Gordon
23 February, 1936 – 10 November, 2020
Carol A Gordon, 84, of South Yarmouth passed away peacefully at home surrounded by family.
Carol was born on February 23, 1936 in Boston to Albert E Anderson and Carolyn B Farrell. She was raised in Roslindale, graduated high school at Girls’ Latin School and received her BA from Sergeant College in 1957.
She met and married David F Gordon in 1959 while working for the VA in Worcester. They moved to Sturbridge in 1968 where they raised their 3 children.
Carol worked 50 years as a Registered Physical Therapist, 20 of those spent in the Worcester school system. She retired to their summer home in South Yarmouth in 1996. She continued to work off and on as a PT, at Cranberry Point in Harwich, and later at Eagle Pond in So Dennis. She filled her days doing crosswords, going to the beach, and spending time with family.
She is predeceased by her husband David F Gordon. She is survived by her son Douglas A. Gordon and wife Katie McGarry of Merrimack NH, daughter Davida Peninger and husband Bill of Harwich MA, and daughter Roxanne Sanchez of Easton MA. She also leaves behind her grandchildren, David J Peninger, Michael W Peninger, Sarah A Peninger, and Matthew R Sanchez.
Visiting hours will be from 4-6 pm Sunday, Nov 15, 2020 at Doane Beale & Ames on Route 134 S. Dennis. There will be a small private Mass at St Pius in S. Yarmouth at 10 am Monday, Nov. 16, 2020 followed by burial at Oak Ridge Cemetery in S. Dennis.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the March of Dimes.
- Albert E Anderson and Carolyn B Farrell, parents (deceased)
- David F Gordon, Husband (deceased)
- Douglas A. Gordon (Katie McGarry), Son
- Davida Peninger (Bill Peninger), Daughter
- Roxanne Sanchez, Daughter
- David J Peninger, Grandson
- Michael W Peninger, Grandson
- Sarah A Peninger, Granddaughter
- Matthew R Sanchez, Grandson
- The March of Dimes
Sunday, 15 November , 2020
Carol A. Gordon
14 November 2020
My fondest memories of Carol center around Christmas. Carol loved Christmas and all the trimmings. It would take multiple days to put out and display all of her favorite decorations. The village, all the figures, and a beautiful big tree as a centerpiece. I think of her every time I enjoy a Christmas moment. My other favorite moments are thinking about enjoying the slot machines at Foxwoods. We had a favorite machine type I think it was double diamonds. Anyway she loved that so much and it brought her great joy.
Love always, Lisa R