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Gordon Arthur JOHNSTON
January 19, 1942 - January 10, 2013
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<div itemprop="description"> <p> <strong> Gordon Arthur Johnston, </strong> 70, of Windsor, formerly of Stanley, Hants County, passed away on January 10, 2013 in the Q.E.II Infirmary site.&nbsp; <br /> <br /> Gordon was well liked and had many close friends, special bonds and warm relationships.&nbsp; Gordon was an avid dancer in his day, teaching many women how to do the &quot;Hants County Two-Step&quot; (also known as the &quot;Johnston stomp&quot;).&nbsp; In addition to enjoying bowling and snooker, Gordon was also a keen 45's player. An outdoorsman who loved hunting and fishing, he was to his credit, a good rum drinker.&nbsp;&nbsp; He won't be missed by Atlantic Lotto, as he was a strategic and successful VLT player.&nbsp; Gordon loved life, children, and had a fabulous sense of humour. He worked for Municipal Contracting and was later self-employed producing fence posts, rails and working in the outdoors. </p> <p> Survived by his siblings, Laurie Johnston of Calgary, Anna (Cecil) Macumber of Bramber, Audrey Johnston of Windsor, Helen (Fred) Wile of Greenfield,&nbsp; 14 nieces and nephews and many grand nieces and nephews. &nbsp; </p> <p> Predeceased by his father, Kenneth Johnston and mother Evelyn Johnston (Vaughan) of Greenfield, Hants County, brother, Lloyd Johnston of Centre Rawdon and stepfather Freeman Vaughan of Centre Burlington. </p> <p> A reception will be held Sunday, January 13th at the Hants County Branch #009 Royal Canadian Legion, 40 Empire Lane, Windsor from 12 noon until 1:30 p.m. to celebrate his life. </p> <p> Donations in his memory may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia. </p> <p> </p> &#8203;</div>