Gordon Cadman

Gordon Cadman

May 05, 1933 - October 10, 2014

Gordon Cadman

May 05, 1933 - October 10, 2014


Gordon Cadman of San Clemente left us here on earth to become one of God’s Heavenly Angels. He passed away at home on October 10, 2014. He was born in Lewiston, Maine on May 5, 1933 and attended Edward Little School. Later he joined the Army and spent 4 years in France during the Korean War. After leaving the Army he headed west and ended up in San Clemente. Got a job with Reeves Rubber Inc. where he held many positions. When the company relocated in Alabama, Gordon retired and stayed in San Clemente. He then started his own All American Lawn and Garden Service.

Gordon is survived by his wife Mary of 53 years, a daughter Kathy and her husband Wayne, grandson Daniel, and a granddaughter Salena, all of San Clemente; 3 brothers, George and wife Brenda, Gary and wife Marilyn, both of Maine, Brian and wife Faye of Biloxi, MS, sister-in-law Helen and husband Bill of Liberty, MO, brother-in-law Sonny and wife Candy, along with many nieces and nephews.

A celebration of life will be held for Gordon at
St. Clements by the Sea Episcopal Church
202 Ave. Aragon
San Clemente, CA 92672
across from Las Palmas School

Graveside services will be held at North Auburn, Maine, Cemetery in the Spring.

In lieu of flowers donations can be made to
The Alzheimers Association
2515 McCabe Way Suite 200
Irvine, CA 92614

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14 responses to Gordon Cadman

  1. Mary and Kathy,
    Faye and I are so sorry for the loss of your Husband, Farther and my Brother. We hope you realize that all his suffering is now gone. We always hope that all medical problems can be solved by the Medical specialist but not all is fixable. He is with God and some of his family now and will some day be with the rest of us at God will. He was an older brother but we did not have a lot of time together because of his time in the Army and life in San Clemente. He still leaves a large hole in my heart and I know
    our other two brothers. He is already missed by me and my family in MS and ME. We love you all and know the memories of Gordon will get you and us through this sad time. I do have the recent memories from my visit last year.
    Love Faye & Brian Cadman & Family

  2. Gordon Cadman is a wonderful brother in law who visited Maine when he could. He was always so glad to see us whenever we visited him in San Clemente. Our Love was great and when Gary went to see him to celebrate his 80th Birthday, it really meant a lot for both of them. Gordon and I were buddies growing up, always doing something together, playing in the woods, skiing, swimming in Taylor Brook, climbing trees to see how far we could climb, watching outdoors movies at a small Air-Port or just getting into small mischief together. He was there for me and I was there for him. I miss him dearly but I have lots of good memorials that will never go away. Rest in peach my friend, rest in peach. His passing was a great memorial from his last visit.
    Love you ,
    Gary and Marilyn Cadman

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  4. Gordon will be missed by all that knew him. We saw him almost every day when we owned Pacific auto sales in San Clemente. He would stop by and have a cup of coffee and we would swap stories. He was a very kind man and would anything for you. He helped us many times when we had to move a car or go to pick one up. You never had to ask him twice if you needed help with anything. We will miss his company and his many stories, and of course his shirts with his cut off sleves. We all know he is in a better place now telling the Man in charge up there how to make the place look better.

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