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Kenneth Gorton

Kenneth Eugene Gorton

Sunday, November 17th, 1946 - Friday, March 20th, 2020
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Age 73, of McMurray, Pa., entered into the Lord’s presence on Friday, March 20, 2020. Ken was the beloved husband of 53 years to Marcia (Williams) Gorton; loving dad of Jennie (Shawn) Van Mastrigt, and Amy (Steve) Dowd; adoring Papa of Megan, Mason, Blake, Gavin, and Hayden; and brother of Marilyn Smith, and Bonnie (Steve) Johnson. Ken was born in Johnson City, New York to Donald and Pauline Gorton. For his undergraduate degree, he attended Southern Nazarene University. Ken then went on to earn his MBA from Oklahoma State University. A veteran of the U.S. army, a career in corporate finance, and an elder in his church, Ken was a member and past president of SAR (Sons of the American Revolution). Ken was a faithful servant of our Savior, Jesus Christ. Arrangements by BEINHAUERS, 2828 Washington Road, McMurray (724-941-3211). Private visitation. Services are private at The Bible Chapel, South Hills but friends and family are invited to view the online live stream of Ken’s funeral service by logging on biblechapel.org/watch-live on Tuesday, March 24 at 2:30 p.m. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests memorial donations may be made to the Washington City Mission, https://www.citymission.org/donation-form/. Please view or add tributes at www.beinhauer.com

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Funeral Service for Ken can by viewed live by visiting www.biblechapel.org/watch-live

Affiliations

  • American
  • Army
  • Army
  • Christian Cross
  • Christian Symbol
  • Sons of American Revolution
  • US Army
  • Veteran

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Donations are being accepted for: WASHINGTON CITY MISSION INC.

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Paul, Christine, Joe, Mary Beth and Families

Posted at 10:26am
Thinking of you and sending all of our love and deepest sympathies. We wish we could be there with you.
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Melody Jarrell

Posted at 08:12am
The last time I had the privilege to be with Ken and Marcia was in Amish country in Ohio as we gathered with 2 other couples (Oakes & Goldens) in 2017. What a treat to see everyone. I cannot begin to share all my wonderful memories of Ken and Marcia, most made while we pastored in Delaware. He was so kind, gentle, giving, encouraging, and always had a smile for you. His life revolved around his Lord and his family. My heart is sad for you, family and friends, but I am grateful he is with our Savior.
Melody and Bill Jarrell
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Wes Lindquist

Posted at 11:02pm
UK or Uncle Ken was a favorite of our family. Whether it was playing cards, cribbage, going to eat at Hereford House or laughing about family stories, Ken was such a joy to have around. We are so sorry we can not be there in person but we know Jesus has Ken in his keeping and His perfect plans are always in motion. May God bring comfort to Aunt Marcia, Jenny, Shawn, Amy, Steve and all the grandchildren. May the joy of his memories and the knowledge of his eternal destiny fill your hearts and ease your pain.
Love, Heather, Wes and Danielle.
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Matthew Smith

Posted at 01:06pm
What a legacy my Uncle has continued in our family. He is so similar to my Grandfather, and one of my most vivid memories is standing next to him at a service singing Blessed Assurance. His tenor harmony rising up and reminding me of the importance of worship through song. My other strong memory is that of him waving his yellow Pittsburgh towel while yelling at the TV. This was a much less spiritual moment I assure you, but had a similar intensity of energy! Joy, Bella, Tessa, and I love you and your family very much.
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Mary Lynn Gras

Posted at 02:08pm
Marcia, We are thinking of you and your family and keeping you all in our prayers. We have only know Ken for a few years, but will always remember Ken's strong spirit, welcoming personality and his kindness. He knew what it means to be a good neighbor. Love and Prayers, Mary Lynn and Paul
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