Thursday, January 14, 2010

Happy Retirement Gordon





This is my brother in law Gordon, he just retired from the Police Force in NJ. Tonight is his surprise retirement party...shhhhhh! We wish we could be there for it, we are all really proud of him. He is a great husband, father, brother in law, hard worker and very good with  his hands! I'm going to miss asking him about the interesting crime stories going on or what exciting happen on the job!

 Congratulations Gordon!  

33 comments:

allycupe said...

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog on my SITS day! I really appreciate the commenting! And I'm a CANADIAN living in Germany...but I appreciate that we are now both FRAU'S!

K said...

Congrats!

Joyce said...

Congrats Gordon and thank you for all the years of protection. Wishing you a golden retirement. xo

Alix said...

High-fiving brother in law, Gordon for his many years of dedicated service. For risking his life every day protecting the streets of New Jersey. For being a friend to children and a criminal's worst nightmare. I have a feeling he probably even got Tony Soprano's pulse racing a little bit too.

Kick off those heavy shoes, Gordon and enjoy some long deserved R&R.

Congratulations!

Ina in Alaska said...

Congratulations to Gordon. He looks like your hubby! I am sure he will enjoy retirement! Being a police officer is no picnic and is such a dangerous job. We just has an officer ambushed while sitting in his patrol car. A car pulled up alongside him and fired 5 shots into his window. Thankfully he will survive but the culprits are still at large. Very scary!! xoxo

Kwana said...

Big Congrats and thanks Gordon!

preppyplayer said...

Good pic of Gordon, wish you guys could be there :)

Ronda said...

Congratulations to Gordan!! Job well done, and so glad he made it out in one piece!
XOXO

heidi said...

Congrats!!! Do you call him Police Commissioner Gordon, like on Batman?

Beth A. said...

Nice Picture of him, he is a great brother in law and hopfully he will have a nice retirement. You better hope he doesn't read your blog or the surprise is up.

American in Norway said...

Congrats Gordy... can I call him Gordy?

Unknown Mami said...

I hope he has a spectacular retirement and does not drive his wife crazy.

Deidra said...

Congratulations, Gordon! Thanks for all you've done to keep people safe!

Sonya said...

Congratulations Gordon!!!

She Writes said...

Props to him!

Nancy C said...

We appreciate our men in blue. Thanks for the hard work, Gordon.

Shady Lady said...

Let the party start!

☼¨`*•.♥Rocío♥.•*¨`☼ said...

【ツ】Congratulations!!!!!

Just a Plane Ride Away said...

That is fantastic! Congratulations to your brother in law :-)

Lisa said...

I bet he has enough stories to last a lifetime. Congrats to him!!

A Day That is Dessert said...

Congrats Gordon!! Hope you have a great celebration.

Slices of Beauty... said...

Wow, congrats to him and his wife!
Happy weekend.

Mama Zen said...

Congratulations to Gordon!

LENORENEVERMORE said...

Cheers to Gordon...to the next chapter of life!
xo*

Debra said...

Good job Gordon. Thank you for all you've done. I would imagine that retirement is somewhat bittersweet. Will they be traveling to Germany for a visit?

beth said...

doesn't everyone love a man in uniform ?...well, unless he's writing you a ticket !

happy retirement !!!!

Joanna Jenkins said...

WOW! That is huge! Congratulations Gordan.
Cheers,
xo

Matty said...

Well deserved I'm sure. I'm also sure he is looking forward to retirement. That job can wear you down.

'Andrea's Sweet Life said...

Congrats to him!

My best friend works for our local police department, and I count on her for all the fun stuff, as well as the news behind the newspaper stories.

I hope he thoroughly enjoys retirement!

pve design said...

But he looks far too young to retire!
Wishing hime tons of happiness upon retiring to live and love life.
Cheers to you Gordon!
pve

Yaya said...

That's awesome! My brother in law is a cop.

Traci said...

Congratulations to Gordon. Wish you could be there with him. Thanks for stopping by and wishing me better. :-)

Life with Kaishon said...

I love men and women who risk their lives to protect us. I thank him from the bottom of my heart for his service.