Rupert Gordon Strutt (known as Gordon;  15 January 1912 – 1 October 1985) was the Anglican Bishop of Stockport from 1965 to 1984.
Strutt was educated at the London College of Divinity and Wycliffe Hall, Oxford. Ordained in 1943 he embarked on a curacy at Carlton, Nottinghamshire before wartime service as a Chaplain to the Forces. Livings in Normanton on Soar, Leicester and Addiscombe followed before a spell as Archdeacon of Maidstone  and finally appointment to the episcopate  in 1965. After 18 years he resigned  to begin retirement in Canterbury but died only a year later on 1 October 1985.
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