Biografi for: Gordon Waldon

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Retired 8 December 2017 to present
Studied Psychology, applied at Upper Iowa University

Served US Army 1971-1978, stationed in several places around the world.

1988
Lisa Janine Kerr in the Nevada, Marriage Index, 1956-2005
Name: Lisa Janine Kerr. Spouse: Gordon R Waldon II. Marriage Date: 1 Feb 1988. Marriage County: Clark. Officiant Type: Religious celebrant. Recorded Date: 22 Feb 1988. Recorded County: Clark. Book: 222. Page: C031995. Instrument number: 935

1995 June
Upper Iowa University Graduates, Waterloo Campus, CEDAR FALLS
Gordon Waldon II, cum laude. (Psychology)

Gordon R Waldon II in the U.S. Public Records Index, 1950-1993, Volume 1
U.S. Public Records Index, 1950-1993.
Name: Gordon R Waldon II. Birth Date: 8 Nov 1954. Residence Date: 1993. Address: 2618 Waterloo Rd. Residence: Cedar Falls, IA. Postal Code: 50613-4442

Gordon R Waldon in the U.S. Public Records Index, 1950-1993, Volume 2.
Name: Gordon R Waldon. Birth Date: 8 Nov 1954. Address: 12618 Waterloo Rd. Residence Place: Cedar Falls, Iowa, USA. Zip Code: 50613

Gordon Waldon in the U.S. Phone and Address Directories, 1993-2002
Name: Gordon Waldon. Residence Years: 1993-2002. Address: 136 Summit Ave. Residence Place: Waterloo, Iowa, USA. Zip Code: 50701-2758. Phone Number: 319-232-4674

2002
Fathers Obituary, GORDON WALDON, 74, WATERLOO.
Survived by his wife and among three sons, Gordy of Cedar Falls, six grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren

2007
Mothers Obituary BEULAH R. WALDON (1926-2007) WATERLOO.
Survivors include among three sons, Gordon of Rochester, Minn. ; and among four grandchildren Gordons 3 children, Jennifer Waldon and Frances (David) Williams, both of Murfreesboro, Tenn, Samuel Waldon of Cedar Falls

2020
WATERLOO-CEDAR FALLS, Iowa (KWWL) - The nasty weather Thursday afternoon July 9, 2020 brought reports of trees down and flooding.
Some homeowners were left picking up the pieces from the winds, and left some homeless.
The high winds toppled a 200-year-old oak tree, onto a Cedar Falls home, crushing the roof. Gordon Waldon and his wife lived at the house for nearly 40 years.
"My wife was actually in her room. She got hit in the head with the ceiling," Waldon said.
The damage to Waldon's home is estimated at more than $100,000.
"We're out of the house for about four months. Everything needs to be replaced, and all fixed up," Waldon said. "I don't even know what the words are, we are just beside ourselves. It just happened so quick, so much damage, it's just hard to believe."
Trees down wasn't the only damage, flooding filled the street in a Waterloo neighborhood.
Source: https://kwwl.com/2020/07/09/after-the-storm-homeowners-cleaning-up-storm-damage/?fbclid=IwAR1JVqLAyEeSpw3SIXZie69YjeVkMkL9skeAQVIOBLMM9hwRujMud90P-C4

Gordy´s comment:
Ah yes, we are having quite a 2020. We had a 200 year old Oak tree fall on our house about two months ago. We stayed in a motel for two weeks and we are renting a house now. We should be able to move back in under a month. We are trying to replace furniture and it's really hard to find. Between the covid and the shutdown from China things are moving slowly. Furniture factories are only operating at 20% to allow distancing. Iowa is a covid hell hole. We get so many cases every day and the governor won't do anything to help. She won't mandate that anything be closed. She won't even encourage people to wear masks . School is school starting soon and there will be huge spikes shortly after.

2021 Obituary
Gordy R. Waldon was born November 8, 1954 and died February 5, 2021 from a heart-related illness.
He is survived by his wife Lisa; son Samuel Waldon of Cedar Falls; two daughters Frances Williams of Murfreesboro, TN, and Jennifer Waldon of Geneseo, IL; and two brothers Steven Waldon of Copenhagen Denmark and Bruce Waldon of Pheonix, AZ; three grandchildren and two great grandchildren.
He was preceded in death by his parents and sister Ramona Davis of Waterloo.
Per his request, there will be no funeral services.
Published by Waterloo-Cedar Falls Courier on Feb. 7, 2021.