The Reverend Gord Dominey, priest, died in palliative care at Burnaby Hospital on Thursday, November 7, 2019.
He is survived by his husband, Emerson Pua.
Gord grew up in St Catharines, Ontario. He earned a Diploma of Applied Arts, Radio and Television Arts, from Niagara College, a BA from the University of Guelph, and an MDiv from the College of Emmanuel and St Chad in Saskatoon.
He was ordained to the Diaconate on May 20, 1982, and to the Priesthood on May 17, 1983. He transferred from the Diocese of Edmonton to this diocese in 1990.
Gord had a particular calling to interim ministry and chaplaincy.
He served as a Correctional Services Chaplain in Edmonton and Chilliwack.
Gord served many parishes in the Diocese of Edmonton and here in the Diocese of New Westminster including: the Mission of Battenburg, Bon Accord, Gibsons, Redwater, in Alberta; Holy Trinity, Edmonton; St Paul, Vancouver; Christ Church Cathedral, Vancouver; All Saints, Burnaby; St Hilda, Sechelt; St Faith, Vancouver; St Michael, Broadway; St Stephen the Martyr, Burnaby; St Edward, Bridgeport; All Saints, Mission; St Catherine of Alexandria, Port Coquitlam; St Columba, Maple Ridge; and St Catherine, Capilano.
The Requiem Eucharist for the Reverend Gordon Dominey will be celebrated, Saturday, November 30, 2pm at Holy Trinity Cathedral, 514, Carnarvon Street in New Westminster.
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