Some of my earliest memories include stopping by everyday to say hello to this kind, wonderful man on my way to the lake. He always had a freeze pop waiting for me, and no matter how many times I asked, he allowed me to check on "my" parrot to see if he was talking that day. I still believe it's real, 40 years later! Love to your entire family; I was so lucky to grow up with him watching out for me!
Suzanne (Rebar) Lambert and family
Our deepest sympathies to you Dotty and your family... Love, Kelly & Brent
Our prayers and thoughts are with your family at this time. May all the good memories comfort you.
Damian and Katherine Banaszak
It was my honor to know George as a friend and neighbor for 20 years. For you who appreciate history, told by those who lived it, George had the unique army duty of, immediately after Japan's surrender, he, accompanied by a Japanese speaking Austrian priest, who was interned in Japan during WWII, was given the duty to check prison camps where the Japanese held allied prisoners of war, to insure that the prison camps were completely empty, so that every prisoner of the Japanese could be accounted for.
Dotty, I am so very sorry for your loss. You and George had a wonderful life together. May God's strength be with you through your sorrow. Please know you are in my prayers. Janine