To Doris Kozak and Family: Please accept my sincere belated sympathies in your loss. I just learned of George's passing. We worked together for many years at RTA. What a great guy and a real gentleman. Always willing to help and very dedicated not only to his work but to his family. You could tell from the stories he would share. He was one of those people that I could call a friend. May you have comfort through your memories. Again, my sincere sympathies.
I worked with George when I first started in the Claims Department at CTS (RTA) back in 1974 until he retired. So many years have pasted but I remember taking direct dictation from him as an investigator...He was always a kind, gentle man. I remember how he, Carl Walters, Bo Stuchlak and Ruth Bania would kid around all the time. Those were the days. May you and your family find comfort in the memories you share. Take Care.
Hello Mrs morrisen so sorry to hear that your dad passed prayers are with you and your family Dmitry,becky,pierre,victor Kuluris
Dear Doris, Ken and Janet,
It has been many years since I have seen your husband/father, but I still hold very fond memories of him and am sadden by his passing. Years ago, he worked with my father and kept a watchful eye over him and for that I am most thankful. He welcomed my family into his home and always had a smile on his face and kind words for me and my brother. I know that George and Charlie are now in heaven laying down bricks to help pave the way for our path to our heavenly Father. My you rest in peace, George.
My condolences to the Kozak family! I had the pleasure of working with Mr. Kozak for 3 years at RTA. May he rest in peace.