|Posted 2018-03-12 by mhenderson|
|Today's News-Herald, Lake Havasu City, AZ -|
Posted on March 6, 2018 -
Gordon Dreisbach passed away March 1, 2018.
Gordon was born Oct. 19, 1936, raised in Los Angeles, California and
completed his Catholic education in Los Angeles and Santa Monica,
California. He served his country in the Army as a paratrooper.
He became a stockbroker after his Army service, then an investment
counselor and real estate developer and property manager.
He and his wife Linda spent 28 years on a small horse ranch in Acton,
California where their three children were raised. He was president of
both the local school board and Little League. He loved traveling in
the family motorhome, snow skiing in the winter and water skiing in
Lake Havasu in the summers. Later, he traveled with Linda and friends
in the motorhome to visit golf courses across the western United
After their children left for college and then on to jobs, Gordon and
Linda moved to Lake Havasu City in the late 1980s and became members
of the London Bridge Golf Course. Golf there became his passion and he
played as often as he could, making many dear friends. During the
early 1990s, Gordon was active in the Lake Havasu Chamber and PED.
He was a wonderful, loving husband, father, grandfather and friend and
will be so terribly missed.
Gordon is survived by his wife of 55 years, Linda; their three
children, Jennifer Luzzi, Jeff Dreisbach, Scott (Kristin) Dreisbach;
his seven grandsons: Garrett, Logan, Taylor, Peyton , Trent, Devin,
and Dane; sister Diane Whitmore of California; and uncle, Fr. Charles
Dreisbach, of Oregon.
There will be a remembrance celebration and gathering of family and
friends on March 31 at Lake Havasu Golf Club (formerly London Bridge
Golf Course) at 5 p.m.
Services were placed in the care of Lietz-Fraze Funeral Home. Thoughts
and condolences can be sent to the Dreisbach family at www.lietz-
frazefuneralhome.com. To send a free card, go to
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