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BEN GORDON -- OBITUARY

 
Ben Gordon, 65, of 163 Elm St., died Wednesday at a local hospital after a brief illness.Born in Russia, September 22, 1904, he was the son of Herman and Eva (Yellin) Gordon. He was the proprietor of the former Gordonís Luncheonette in Bangor. He was a member of the United Commercial Travellers and the Congregation Beth Abraham. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Violet (Gotlieb) Gordon of Bangor; two sons, Herbert A. of Bedford, Mass., and Arthur E. of Brighton, Mass,; two brothers, Sam of Perth Amboy, N.J., and Harry of New York City; two sisters, Mrs. Gussie Schapira of Pittsburgh, Pa., and Mrs. Bess Silberger of Perth Amboy, N.J.; one granddaughter and several nieces and nephews.
Thank you to Beth Abraham Cemetery Assn for the information
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Links to People: :  Ben Gordon   Herman Gordon Herman Gordon Eva Yellin Gordon Eva Yellin Gordon Violet Gottlieb Gordon Violet Gottlieb Gordon ; Herbert Gordon; Herbert Gordon; Arthur Gordon; Arthur Gordon; Sam Gordon; Sam Gordon; Harry Gordon; Harry Gordon; Gussie Gordon Schapira Gussie Gordon Schapira Bess Gordon Silberger Bess Gordon Silberger ;
Related organizations:   Gordon's Luncheonette;
Related organizations:   Gordon's Luncheonette;  United Commercial Travellers;  United Commercial Travellers;   Beth Abraham Synagogue;   Beth Abraham Synagogue;
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