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Mr. Edward Gordon D.

Ranch Steward

Tech Ranch Austin

HQ Phone: (512) 339-3242

Tech Ranch Austin

8920 Business Park Drive #250

Austin, Texas 78759

United States

Company Description

If it makes you wonder if Tech Ranch Austin could help your venture move forward - we're always glad to answer questions and show people around. You can join us at a Chuckwagon lunch any Tuesday or at one of our Campfires to meet with our community and he... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Adjunct Professor
Austin Community College

Member, Lamp Division
General Electric Company

Scanner Associate Editor
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc

Rural Letter Carrier
USPS

Affiliations

Founder
BPositive (working title)

Board Member
IEEE Consultants

Member
Grace Lutheran Church

Member
Germania Hall

Education



Troy High School

Web References (8 Total References)


Mr. Gordon, also known as Bob, ...

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Mr. Gordon, also known as Bob, was born August 5, 1936 in Gloversville, New York, the son of Mildred and Edward Gordon.

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Mr. Gordon was a retiree from General Electric - Lamp Division, where he was a talented machinist.He was a member of Grace Lutheran Church and a past President of Church Council.


Web Page for Ed Gordon

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Home Page of Ed Gordon

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Ed was the Region 2 (Middle Atlantic) RVC for the years 2003-2005 for American Mensa.There is also a Loudoun Magazine article about Ed.
Ed was a Director of the Northern Virginia Section of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers.


The Record - News - 06/06/2005 - Obituaries

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Edward D. Gordon

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Edward D. Gordon TROY - Edward D. Gordon, a lifelong Troy resident for over 76 years, and husband of Joan A. VanDeloo Gordon, passed away on June 2 after a brief illness.
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Ed was a 1946 graduate of Troy High School and later the General Electric Co.Technical School and for many years earned continuing professional education credits in the field of taxation and finance.He served in the U.S. Army 40th Infantry Division, 578th Combat Engineers, during the occupation of Japan and in the Korean conflict, where he earned the Korean Service Medal, Good Conduct Medal, United Nations Service Medal and the Republic of Korea Presidential Unit Citation Badge.After military service, Mr. Gordon was employed by the General Electric Co. and was a member of the Hotel and Restaurant Workers Union Local 583 and worked as a waiter at area landmarks, which included the Ten Eyck Hotel, The Hendrick Hudson, Otto's and Dinty's Terrace Garden in Latham.Years later, he was employed by the U.S. Postal Service for over 28 years, serving as a rural letter carrier for nearly 15 years before retiring in January 1987.During his postal years, Ed held various union offices, including president, and was a long-time shop steward and advocate for employee rights.Ed was a member of Germania Hall in Lansingburgh, the National Association of Retired Federal Employees and the Civil War Roundtable Group, where his interest and expertise of the Civil War led him to many historic battlefields and historic gravesites over the years.He was a former member of the Capital District Baseball Umpires Association (1953-1970), where he was an officer and served as rules interpreter for many years.In the 1970s Ed managed and coached at the Armory Little League, the Brunswick Babe Ruth and spearheaded an effort to erect a baseball backstop in Frear Park that still stands today.Some years later, Ed was a part-time minor league evaluator for the Professional Baseball Umpires Association.An avid minor league baseball fan, Ed traveled with his wife throughout New England, Ohio, Pennsylvania and the Carolinas to watch baseball.He was a regular fan at Hawkins Stadium in Albany in the 1940s and 50s and Historic Waconah Park in Pittsfield during the Red Sox and Rangers tenure.In recent years, he enjoyed summer nights with his wife at "The Joe."His love for travel after retirement brought him to various locations in Canada as well as numerous Korean War reunions throughout the country.During the period 1961-2005, Ed and Joan Gordon operated the Edward D. Gordon Income Tax Service, serving clients with tax preparation, planning and financial consulting.
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Ed loved and adored his five granddaughters and was very proud of all of their academic and athletic accomplishments.He could be seen on a field, track or court as they competed and his post-game critiques and encouragement will be missed but never forgotten.The funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, June 7, at the Morris-Stebbins-Miner & Sanvidge Funeral Home, 312 Hoosick St., Troy.Interment with military honors will be in St. Mary's Cemetery in Troy.Relatives and friends are invited and may call at the funeral home from 4 to 8 p.m. today.In lieu of flowers, Mr. Gordon requested that donations be made to the Lansingburgh Boys & Girls Club, 501 Fourth Ave., Troy, NY 12182, or to St. Anthony's Church, 28 State St., Troy, NY 12180, in his memory.Funeral arrangements have been entrusted by the family to the Morris-Stebbins-Miner & Sanvidge Funeral Home, 312 Hoosick St., Troy, NY 12180. (518) 272-3930.


The Record - News - 06/05/2005 - Obituaries

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Edward D. Gordon

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Edward D. Gordon TROY - Edward D. Gordon, a lifelong Troy resident for over 76 years, and husband of Joan A. VanDeloo Gordon, passed away on June 2 after a brief illness.
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Ed was a 1946 graduate of Troy High School and later the General Electric Co.Technical School and for many years earned continuing professional education credits in the field of taxation and finance.He served in the U.S. Army 40th Infantry Division, 578th Combat Engineers, during the occupation of Japan and in the Korean conflict, where he earned the Korean Service Medal, Good Conduct Medal, United Nations Service Medal and the Republic of Korea Presidential Unit Citation Badge.After military service, Mr. Gordon was employed by the General Electric Co. and was a member of the Hotel and Restaurant Workers Union Local 583 and worked as a waiter at area landmarks, which included the Ten Eyck Hotel, The Hendrick Hudson, Otto's and Dinty's Terrace Garden in Latham.Years later, he was employed by the U.S. Postal Service for over 28 years, serving as a rural letter carrier for nearly 15 years before retiring in January 1987.During his postal years, Ed held various union offices, including president, and was a long-time shop steward and advocate for employee rights.Ed was a member of Germania Hall in Lansingburgh, the National Association of Retired Federal Employees and the Civil War Roundtable Group, where his interest and expertise of the Civil War led him to many historic battlefields and historic gravesites over the years.He was a former member of the Capital District Baseball Umpires Association (1953-1970), where he was an officer and served as rules interpreter for many years.In the 1970's Ed managed and coached at the Armory Little League, the Brunswick Babe Ruth and spearheaded an effort to erect a baseball backstop in Frear Park that still stands today.Some years later, Ed was a part-time minor league evaluator for the Professional Baseball Umpires Association.An avid minor league baseball fan, Ed traveled with his wife throughout New England, Ohio, Pennsylvania and the Carolinas to watch baseball.He was a regular fan at Hawkins Stadium in Albany in the 1940s and 50s and Historic Waconah Park in Pittsfield during the Red Sox and Rangers tenure.In recent years, he enjoyed summer nights with his wife at "The Joe."His love for travel after retirement brought him to various locations in Canada as well as numerous Korean War reunions throughout the country.During the period 1961-2005, Ed and Joan Gordon operated the Edward D. Gordon Income Tax Service, serving clients with tax preparation, planning and financial consulting.
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Ed loved and adored his five granddaughters and was very proud of all of their academic and athletic accomplishments.He could be seen on a field, track or court as they competed and his post-game critiques and encouragement will be missed but never forgotten.The funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, June 7, at the Morris-Stebbins-Miner & Sanvidge Funeral Home, 312 Hoosick St., Troy.Interment with military honors will be in St. Mary's Cemetery in Troy.Relatives and friends are invited and may call at the funeral home on Monday from 4 to 8 p.m.In lieu of flowers, Mr. Gordon requested that donations be made to the Lansingburgh Boys & Girls Club, 501 Fourth Ave., Troy, NY 12182, or to St. Anthony's Church, 28 State St., Troy, NY 12180, in his memory.Funeral arrangements have been entrusted by the family to the Morris-Stebbins-Miner & Sanvidge Funeral Home, 312 Hoosick St., Troy, NY 12180. (518) 272-3930.


The Record - News - 06/05/2005 - Obituaries

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Edward D. Gordon

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Edward D. Gordon TROY - Edward D. Gordon, a lifelong Troy resident for over 76 years, and husband of Joan A. VanDeloo Gordon, passed away on June 2 after a brief illness.
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Ed was a 1946 graduate of Troy High School and later the General Electric Co.Technical School and for many years earned continuing professional education credits in the field of taxation and finance.He served in the U.S. Army 40th Infantry Division, 578th Combat Engineers, during the occupation of Japan and in the Korean conflict, where he earned the Korean Service Medal, Good Conduct Medal, United Nations Service Medal and the Republic of Korea Presidential Unit Citation Badge.After military service, Mr. Gordon was employed by the General Electric Co. and was a member of the Hotel and Restaurant Workers Union Local 583 and worked as a waiter at area landmarks, which included the Ten Eyck Hotel, The Hendrick Hudson, Otto's and Dinty's Terrace Garden in Latham.Years later, he was employed by the U.S. Postal Service for over 28 years, serving as a rural letter carrier for nearly 15 years before retiring in January 1987.During his postal years, Ed held various union offices, including president, and was a long-time shop steward and advocate for employee rights.Ed was a member of Germania Hall in Lansingburgh, the National Association of Retired Federal Employees and the Civil War Roundtable Group, where his interest and expertise of the Civil War led him to many historic battlefields and historic gravesites over the years.He was a former member of the Capital District Baseball Umpires Association (1953-1970), where he was an officer and served as rules interpreter for many years.In the 1970's Ed managed and coached at the Armory Little League, the Brunswick Babe Ruth and spearheaded an effort to erect a baseball backstop in Frear Park that still stands today.Some years later, Ed was a part-time minor league evaluator for the Professional Baseball Umpires Association.An avid minor league baseball fan, Ed traveled with his wife throughout New England, Ohio, Pennsylvania and the Carolinas to watch baseball.He was a regular fan at Hawkins Stadium in Albany in the 1940s and 50s and Historic Waconah Park in Pittsfield during the Red Sox and Rangers tenure.In recent years, he enjoyed summer nights with his wife at "The Joe."His love for travel after retirement brought him to various locations in Canada as well as numerous Korean War reunions throughout the country.During the period 1961-2005, Ed and Joan Gordon operated the Edward D. Gordon Income Tax Service, serving clients with tax preparation, planning and financial consulting.
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Ed loved and adored his five granddaughters and was very proud of all of their academic and athletic accomplishments.He could be seen on a field, track or court as they competed and his post-game critiques and encouragement will be missed but never forgotten.The funeral service will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday, June 7, at the Morris-Stebbins-Miner & Sanvidge Funeral Home, 312 Hoosick St., Troy.Interment with military honors will be in St. Mary's Cemetery in Troy.Relatives and friends are invited and may call at the funeral home on Monday from 4 to 8 p.m.In lieu of flowers, Mr. Gordon requested that donations be made to the Lansingburgh Boys & Girls Club, 501 Fourth Ave., Troy, NY 12182, or to St. Anthony's Church, 28 State St., Troy, NY 12180, in his memory.Funeral arrangements have been entrusted by the family to the Morris-Stebbins-Miner & Sanvidge Funeral Home, 312 Hoosick St., Troy, NY 12180. (518) 272-3930.

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