OBITUARY

Mr. Gordon Thomas Page

September 2, 1936January 25, 2018

Page, Gordon Thomas, 81, of Tampa, Florida went to be with our Lord and Savior January 25, 2018. He was born on September 2, 1936 in Detroit, Michigan. He moved to Tampa in 1989. He is survived by his beloved wife, Linda, of 60 years and sons, Gordon, Jr., Lance, Todd (Erika) Page; grandchildren, Ty, Isla, Ella, Weston and Briggs Page; sisters-in-law, nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his father and mother, Edward and Bertha (Andrus) Page, brother, Gary Page, and mother-in-law, Hedy Stenzel. Gordon was a graduate of Cass Technical High School. He was a member of Wayne State University’s Class of 1958, Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity and spent the summer of 1957 in Europe with the Men’s Glee Club on a USO tour entertaining American troops. He owned Chevrolet dealerships in Athens, Ohio and Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He spoke at National Automobile Dealers Association conventions and authored and published the book "Deals on Wheels.” He owned an automotive consulting firm, Gordon Page & Associates, which allowed him to assist new car dealers nationwide. He was a member of Idlewild Baptist Church in Lutz, Florida and enjoyed singing in the choir. He was a great husband, father and friend. He will be dearly missed. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the Idlewild Baptist Church Music Department Fund (18333 Exciting Idlewild Blvd, Lutz, FL 33548). Service and burial will take place in Michigan.

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Thomas Corde

September 18, 2019


He was like a father to me, the greatest salesperson I have ever known, took me under his wing and nurtured me, to Mrs. Page and the boys, may the love and the peace of God bind your hearts and minds NOW and forevermore.

Tom Parmer

May 5, 2019

I just found this. So Sorry for your loss. I lived down the street on Briarwood Dr in Athens Ohio. Gordie and I would play together and we rode the same school bus. I guess they never found him. RIP. Tom Parmer

brittany williams

January 29, 2019

sorry for your loss i just watched on unsolved mysteries about son i pray you guys have peace

Jerry Holzimmer

March 5, 2018

Long time friend from Grosse Baptist Church. Sill remember a group of fellows were at church picnic on Bob-lo island and saw a group of girls from my high school (Denby). We talked a little and that is where Gordon met Linda and the rest is history. Praying for you Linda and you family.

Rebekah Peterson

February 26, 2018

May your pain subside and warm memories of time together take its place. I will always keep an eye out for Gordie, always.

David Zink

February 22, 2018

To Linda Todd and Lance words cannot describe the feeling I have of your loss of Mr. Page,There's been so many years since we seen each other I have been following the where is Gordy's post on Facebook.

Your family was always our favorite neighbors

Patti Garner

February 21, 2018

Mr. Page, I'm sorry you never got to learn what happened to Gordie before you left us, but you will get the answers you need now that you're with God. May He wrap His arms around you and comfort you from now on. My thoughts and prayers are with your loving family.

February 12, 2018

There is so much that should be said at this time, but now words seem inadequate. Just hold on to the memorable moments you spent together that will remain in your heart and let Gods love comfort you. Psalms 68:20"

John Clark

February 12, 2018

To the family of Gordon. Sorry to hear about your loss. Gordon and I were pledge brothers at Wayne. I enjoyed his friendship during our time at Wayne. May your thought of Gordon be happy ones as I remembered the great times we had together in fellowship. Bless you, Gordon. ppka

Carol Wazlavek

February 10, 2018

Richard and I were so sorry to hear of my cousin Gordon's passing. Growing up and living in Atlanta, our interaction with the family in Michigan was limited to a number of summer trips in various station wagons, but they were memorable. I dearly loved Aunt Bertha, and loved visiting her home where she would show me around her flower garden (that's where I got that bug!) I only remember Gordon and Gary from when they were already young men - all the more reason to impress me! I loved Gordon's "bigger than life" personality, and am still proud to point out his book to people I've advised about buying cars. Prayers and condolences to Linda, the boys, and the rest of the family. Carol (Andrus) and Richard Wazlavek

FROM THE FAMILY