Gordon died May 15, 2003. He prepared at Cuba [N.Y.] High School. At Princeton, he was a member of the freshman basketball team, junior varsity lacrosse squad, Interclub baseball championship team, the band, and Gateway Club.
In our 50th reunion book, Gordon said, "I have been basically associated with the lime and limestone industry since 1936 in almost every phase except sales. (I don't have the ability to agree that a customer is always right.)
"I have been a plant engineering superintendent, construction supervisor, works manager, consultant, and design and construction engineer for three different companies until 1971, when I retired. During this time, I was active in affairs of the National Lime Assn., and also earned professional engineer licenses in Missouri and Texas. These are still in force even though I retired."
The Class of 1932