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He served six months in the Army and was subsequently a Reservist.She filled every room she ever entered with joy.Box 72, Falls Village, CT 06031 or Norwich Free Academy Foundation, 305 Broadway, Norwich, CT 06360.She held many positions teaching Spanish, French and Latin, including a brief stint in the Region 1 system, eighteen years at Salisbury School and two at Berkshire School.He attended Botelle grammar school, Indian Mountain, Cranwell, and Portsmith Abbey, while residing there.In 1986, he established (with his architect brother Mac) Gordon Gordon Architecture and Landscape Design in Salisbury, Conn.He was a novelist and the founder of the Cascade Mountain Winery and Restaurant in Amenia,.He lived in several Group Homes in Torrington and Winsted. .His wife Sue of Copake, NY, David his wife Karrie of Winchester, CT, Aunt Debbie and Uncle Don Pratt, Aunt Barbara and Uncle Robert McAvoy, Uncle Lyn Valyou, Uncle Wayne Valyou.Beside his loving wife, Ginny of 54 years, he leaves his sons: Michael and his wife Charlene, of Goshen, Craig and his wife Jennifer, of New Hartford and, Todd of Norfolk and his friend Roberta. .He attended and graduated Colby College and served in the United States Navy for four years.He travelled the world starting at a young age - from Africa to Turkey and beyond - in his many adventures for work and pleasure.Eleanor Gobillot Kent Eleanor Gobillot, 94, died December 22, 2014 at The Kent.She is survived by her two sons, Christopher and David, both of Salisbury, CT, one grandson, Sean Kaufholz of Sheffield.
In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made in the memory of Helen to the Veterans of Foreign Wars, 19 Brook Street, Lakeville, CT 06039.
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He was also instrumental in creating the ad campaign for one of the first childrens educational computer games for a company known as Spinnaker Software in Boston.