Gordon I. Kaye, PhD
1935 ∼ 2019
Rosemary Steinbaum of Upper Montclair wrote:
I will remember Gordon affectionately, at baseball games at Wahconah Park with our young children, or, on other occasions, instructing me about the virtues of single malt. My heartfelt condolences go out to Nancy and the girls. Warmly, Rosemary (Konner) Steinbaum
Joe Wilson of Danville, Indiana wrote:
I met Dr. Kaye in 1997 and joined WR2 shortly thereafter. Gordon became a friend and mentor not only to me but to many in the company. He was loved by all and I personally loved being around him. I learned so much from him, and his partners Peter and David. Monday I am meeting a group of fellow WR2 folks at Ricks Boatyard, one of Gordons favorite Indy haunts, to celebrate his life, talk about the gifts of knowledge and friendship he and Nancy gave us, and about the wonderful times we had with him, and raise a toast with a good Scotch to him.
Nancy Edmonds of Schenectady, NY wrote:
Dear Nancy, So sorry to see of the passing of Gordon. Richard often talked about their times together at Albany Med. with a smile on his face; academicians together. I remember your gracious hospitality, Gordon and Richard sipping “a very fine” scotch together and Gordon sharing tales of his youth. His passing will be difficult but your daughters and memories of your times together will be a strength and sustain you.
Sarah Fostello of East Bridgewater wrote:
So sorry for your loss. He was a great man, and a wonderful father. Love and hugs to everyone in the Kaye family.
Barbara Shields of New York, NY wrote:
My condolences to Nancy, Vivianne, Jackie and the family. I knew Gordon from Albany Med when I worked in Student Affairs. Aside from being a brilliant Anatomy Prodessor, he was a great role model, mentor and friend to the medical students. We became friends and I got to know him as a devoted husband and father. I'm sad to learn of his passing and will always remember him with fond memories of a smart, fun and generous man.
Barbara Lunn of Waquoit, MA wrote:
So sorry for your loss. We will miss Gordon at the yacht club.
Me of Bourne mass wrote:
My deepest sympathy to the family so sorry for ur loss. I would like to share this bible scripture that u could read when u can it found in revelation 21q:4-5; it is a very nice scripture and if u would like to go to www.jw.org jehovah god promises he will make this earth into a beaful pardise very soon.
Stacia C Baker of grand junction wrote:
Gordon was my histopathology professor at albany med. He and Nancy welcomed us into their family and their home like second parents. We stayed in touch for all of the years after graduating in 1993. He made an impact on my life and will miss him so dearly. My love to his family
Ethan Hausman of Alexandria, VA wrote:
At graduation from Albany, Dr. Kaye chatted with my mother and confirmed that the reason he recommended my acceptance was that I was relaxed enough during my interview that I fell asleep. Both Drs. Kaye were nice people and excellent teachers.