STREEK, Gordon

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of Jamberoo

Passed away peacefully on Friday, 8th of October 2021. Much loved soul mate and partner of Colin for 54 years. An inspirational leading light and creative director of community theatre with a passion for telling the stories of real people. Founder of The Roo Theatre Company. Actor, Director, Writer, Loyal and loving friend to so many people. A wonderful human being. Gordon will be sadly missed by his loving family and many dear friends.

Aged 81 Years

Due to current restrictions and limited numbers, a private service will be held on Thursday, 14th of October 2021 at 12pm.

Family and friends are invited to view Gordon’s service online via the link below.
https://www.colestudios.com.au/streek/

A theatrical celebration of Gordon’s life will be held in 2022.

In lieu of flowers donations to Lymphoma Australia would be greatly appreciated.
Electronic Donations can be made via the QR Code below.

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  1. Gordon will be very much missed by us and so many. He was a very kind and caring person with a great sense of humour and a creative mind, a wonderful actor and friend – Kris and Marg

    1. A true gentleman and a beautiful human being.He will be sadly missed but will always be in our hearts and thoughts.

  2. Pippa Travers

    Gordon will be surely missed by many far and wide.
    He was and always will remain a shining inspiration and admiration by all who had the pleasure to tred those hollowed boards of “His ” beloved ROO Theatre . The performing Arts community of the South Coast and beyond has lost a true spirit of the theatre; A true gentleman of the ARTS.

  3. I met Gordon through my dear friend Jill Millburn such a lovely person my condolences to Colin RIP beautiful Gordon

  4. Forever missed but never forgotten. Rest In Peace friend, I hope you’ll continue to look in on me and guide my performances from time to time! Deepest condolences to Colin and Family. Josif and Josh

  5. I met Gordon through mutual friends on a number of occasions, and he was such a lovely man full of warmth, who made you feel at ease and made conversations flow so easily, his cheeky smile lit up everyone’s day. Fly high Gordon over that colourful rainbow.

    Love & hugs to his life long partner Colin, friends & family.

    Steven Grant

  6. What a lovely man Gordon was. Our thoughts are with you Colin, as well as Gordon’s family and friends. Deepest sympathy to you all.
    Helen, Paul, Angus and the team at Neutrog Australia. xxx

  7. A wonderful Uncle to us and friend to many. He inspired all who met him and was a mentor of many. Rest in peace Gordon you will be sadly missed. Love and hugs to Colin his loving partner. xoxo
    Linda & Keith Hooper and family

  8. Gordon was funny, talented , happy & caring. Hey s live of the theatre will live on. Uncle Gordon will be sadly missed. bugs hugs to Colin

  9. The Hunter Valley Rose Society extend to Colin and all your friends our condolences in the loss of Gordon’s life he will be very missed

  10. My dad was proud and honored to have had him as a brother .
    His most treasured memories were of his time with family in early and later years and his trips to Oz .
    RIP uncle Gordon I often think of you and always will

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