Gordy (disambiguation)

Gordy (disambiguation)


Gordy or Gordie may refer to:

In entertainment

As a surname

As a given name

Other uses

  • Gordy Records, a Motown record label named for its founder
  • The Gordie Foundation, a non-profit created in memory of 18 year-old Gordie Bailey "to provide today's young people with the skills to navigate the dangers of alcohol, binge drinking, peer pressure and hazing."

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