W Gordon Stinson
Gordon Stinson in a school photograph of 1939
|Died||June 2014 (aged about 87)|
|Cause of death||Pancreatic cancer|
|Education||Boston Grammar School (1938-1944)|
|Children||Two daughters and three sons|
Gordon Stinson has died after a period suffering from pancreatic cancer. Gordon, who lived in Cavendish, Suffolk, leaves his widow, Anne, a daughter and a son.
He was Chairman of the The Cavendish Local History Society Committee in 2004. In recent years, when visiting Boston, he often gave the sermon at St Nicholas' Church, Skirbeck.
Comment on the above obituary by Mark Stinson
Gordon Stinson served 60 years as an ordained priest, initially in Hull then Georgetown Guyana and Port of Spain Trinidad, followed by Ravendale and Cleethorpes in north Lincolnshire, Dovercourt and Gosfield in Essex before 'retirement' in Cavendish.
He had five children, two daughters and three sons, although sadly one son died in 1994, and he felt privileged to have seen the arrival of his grandchildren and great grandchildren.