Alberton Mayor David Gordon dies in palliative care
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ALBERTON, P.E.I. — The mayor of Alberton has died.
David Gordon, 61, died on the Palliative Care Unit of the Western Hospital on March 25.
A discover printed in town’s Fb web page indicated city corridor can be closed to the general public for the week.
“He was greater than a colleague and good friend,” the submit learn. “He was a properly revered and vital a part of the City of Alberton.”
Gordon was first elected the city’s mayor in 2018, securing 56 per cent of the votes in a race, with two others vying for the place – then-council member Rosetta Tremblay and then-incumbent Michael Murphy.
Within the November 2022 municipal election, Gordon retained the mayoral seat by acclamation.
Gordon was not solely recognized by means of politics, he additionally owned and operated Gordon’s Excursions.
The service started in 2001, with one bus for transporting sports activities groups.
The enterprise grew through the years, including one other bus and providing shuttle service for colleges and weddings – amongst different occasions – round Atlantic Canada, Quebec and Ontario.
Visiting hours for Gordon can be held on the Rooney Funeral House from 6 to 9 p.m. on March 29. The funeral can be held on the E. Gerald Rooney Memorial Chapel at 2 p.m. on March 30.
Kristin Gardiner is a reporter with the SaltWire Community in Prince Edward Island. She might be reached by e mail at [email protected] and adopted on Twitter @KristinGardiner.