Gordon Barrington, Attorney

Date of Death: August 12, 2021
St. Agnes Catholic Church
12801 West Fairmount Avenue
Butler, WI 53007
Thursday 8/26, 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm
St. Agnes Catholic Church
12801 West Fairmount Avenue
Butler, WI 53007
Thursday 8/26, 6:00 pm
Wisconsin Memorial Park
13235 West Capitol Drive
Brookfield, Wisconsin 53005
Friday 8/27, 10:00 am

Please meet in the Red Parking Area.


In lieu of flowers, memorials appreciated to the American Diabetes Association, the American Heart Association, or to a charity of your choice.

Passed away unexpectedly at the age of 68. Survived by his loving significant other, Nicole Brown, and her children, Nictoria and Marco, and grandchildren, Talliyah, Ayden, and Ava; his brother Roger (Linda) Barrington; nephews Dennis and David (Barbara) and grandnephew Eli. Lifelong friend of Ted, Mark, and Dan. Also loved by other relatives and manyContinue Reading

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Gerald M Gersen left a message on August 26, 2021:
To: Barrington family - Nicole Brown and family- My deepest condolences- I met Gordy in recovery and had a bonding friendship immediately-He helped me with some law work and I helped with recovery- we started a mtg. on 68th & Burleigh- Our first bbq mtg- fm 5 or 6 people then moved the mtg to 51st & Capitol in which we had anywheres fm 5-80 people - I'll never forget the phone calls Jerry G. this is G.B. We're having a spkr- so & so- We're going to have pulled porked dinner with all the trimmings...I will miss Gordy- and never forget our friendship!!!!
Jeff Curtis left a message on August 25, 2021:
My deepest sympathy to Gordy’s brother Roger, and to Nicole and her family. I met Gordy in 5th grade, in 1962, and we instantly bonded as best friends. I cherish the time we spent together at our 5th grade reunion a few years ago. Gordy was a good man and will live on in our hearts and souls forever. Peace and love, Jeff Curtis
Bruce Coulter left a message on August 23, 2021:
Although Gordy and I kind of lost touch over the past few years, I will always remember him as one of my best friends during our “growing up” years. (Or at least we thought we were growing up at the time). So many memories : listening to our transistor radios (so we could have “stereo”) while walking to school; hanging out and shooting pool at Jeff Curtis’ house; nights at CYO dances and “The Factory” hoping to meet girls; or the time we made wine in his basement – and then tried drinking it a week later instead of waiting for it to “age” for 6 months. (Results were NOT good). Gordy remained a friend even after I moved from Milwaukee before our Junior year of High School. He and his family were always gracious in giving me a place to stay on the weekends when I would come to visit and hang out with all of our buddies. Last time I saw him was at the SAP reunion 8 years ago – same old Gordy. Still the same “character” that I knew back in the day. We tried to arrange another get together several times since then, but sadly we were never able to make it happen. That makes his passing all that much sadder for me. But I will always remember the good times we had.
Jeff Curtis left a message on August 22, 2021:
My heart is broken, but I will always cherish the memories and adventures with my best friend from 5th grade. Riding our 10 speed Schwinn Varsity’s out Loomis Rd at 4 a.m. to go fishing in Muskego, and having out of body experiences seeing UFO's hovering above us. Going to Villa Roma for Gary Patton to buy us a pizza when we told our parents we were going to the library at night...library was across the street, so we stopped in to make it legit. Singing our favorite Beatles and Association Songs ("Along Comes Mary" for Mary Zielinsky in our 5th grade class) on the playground during recess. Walking by Sandy Ozol’s house in the evenings on the way to the library (or should I say Villa Roma) hoping to see her outside or getting a peek at her in front window. Riding our 10 speeds with Bruce Coulter, Jake Schwei and others to the Jackson Park pool in hopes of seeing girls in bikinis sunning near the fence. Sitting on the stairs in front of your parents home in 1962 listening to music on tape cartridges on a little white tape player. Seeing you one last time and having some private talks after our 50th anniversary of our 5th grade SAP class. Love you my brother. In your memory of fighting for the less fortunate, I will continue to do the same. Peace and Love, Jeff Curtis
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