Trib­utes to joiner with ‘heart of gold’

The Courier & Advertiser (Angus and The Mearns Edition) - - News -

Trib­utes have been paid to an An­gus man who died sud­denly at the week­end, aged 33.

Stu­art Gor­don, pic­tured, died at his home in North Street, For­far, on Satur­day.

The for­mer For­far Acad­emy pupil, a joiner, played as a goal­keeper for a num­ber of lo­cal foot­ball teams.

Mr Gor­don, known to his team­mates as “Yap”, would have been 34 on July 28.

He is sur­vived by par­ents Keith and San­dra and his sis­ter Katy.

Po­lice said no fur­ther in­ves­ti­ga­tion would take place.

A spokes­woman said: “Po­lice Scot­land at­tended at North Street, For­far, at 6.30pm on Satur­day July 15 af­ter the sud­den death of a 33-year-old man. There are no sus­pi­cious cir­cum­stances and as with all sud­den deaths a re­port will be submitted to the procu­ra­tor fis­cal.”

A num­ber of Mr Gor­don’s friends paid trib­ute to him on so­cial me­dia, one say­ing he had “an ab­so­lute heart of gold” and was “one of the nicest guys I have met.”

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