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Gordon's love of the newspaper business was evident from the first day he set foot in the Local Press office.
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Gordon loved nature, mountain climbing, canoeing and hiking.
"I like new beginnings," wrote Gordon, in his first column at the paper.
"I'm looking forward to learning about Claresholm, meeting new people here and facing the challenges at the Local Press. . . .
"The permanence of print is also its strength. A community newspaper is the living record of the town it represents. Long after we're reduced to carbon and hydrogen atoms there will be a record, a remembrance of who we were and what we did."
He is Omega Speedmaster Ladies also survived by his mother Mary Ellen Fenwick, Toronto, Ontario, two sisters, Alison (Greg) Butler and their family, Matthew and Becky, Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia, Diana Scott and her family, Emma, Casey and Luke, Guelph, Ontario, in laws, Don and Norma Waddell, Claresholm, George and Pat Meyer, High River and Evan's mother Holly of Edmonton.
Those mountains became one of his loves. Gordon would try to return to climb the rugged peaks as often as he could, and stated earlier this year he wanted to try and climb a different mountain each month.
He entered the newspaper business as a reporter at the Taber Times, ending his career as an English teacher.
"A year's break from the newspaper industry, as a computer software instructor taught me much about computers, but more importantly that I'd rather be at a newspaper than do anything else for a living. . . .
to Nanton, and took over management of the Nanton News.
be remembered for his numerous lead male roles in plays through the Windmill Theatre Players since 1987, in High River, and in the theatre group in Fort Macleod.
Gordon died suddenly in his home, April 4, at the age of 44.
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"At a newspaper every day is a new beginning. . . .
Hundreds of people, including at least 20 newspaper publishers, attended a service mourning the death of Claresholm (AB) Local Press publisher and editor Gordon Scott.
He lived and worked in Claresholm for the last 10 years. He was an active board member of the Alberta Weekly Newspaper Association, its president in 1995 1996 and as director on the Canadian Community Newspapers Association Board. He was also active in the Macleod Savings and Credit Union board.
"They're a chance to learn, to meet new people to face new challenges. . . .
will be missed by everyone he touched with his presence, and be remembered forever through his decade spent at this newspaper.
He leaves behind his wife Debbie, his son Evan, and his daughter Miranda.
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