George was a great friend and fellow mason. He was always ready to help out whenever asked. He was a good man and will be missed.
I would like to extend our condolensces to "Grandpa George" as we had nicknamed him from the staff at J.T. Farnhan's Restaurnant in Essex, Ma.A coworker attended his church and gave us the nickname. He came faithfully with his wife every Friday night and ordered one small clam for himself and one small shrimp for his wife. While in line he share many funny jokes with us! He would take his food to go and go park at Woodman's where his wife liked the view and the seagulls! We thougth this was hilarious because we have the million dollar view. As George had difficulty driving in the dark he came earlier and when their appetites decreased he would share a small box of 1/2 shrimp and 1/2 clams. He said his wife only ate 5 and he couldn't eat his and 1/2 of hers! Last time I saw George was on a Sunday drive last Fall. He had visited his lovely wife at the nursing home and took a scenic drive to see us. He was a very special guy and we will always remember his wonderful positive spirit and his wonderful and funny jokes!. I didin't realize he had a son. Michael living here in Gloucester til I read the obits. Terry & Joe Cellucci and our staff at J.T. Farnham's Restaurant, Essex, Ma.
May 30, 2012
I am so sorry to hear of your family's loss. George was
such a part of my growing up within the Clifton Lutheran Church community, and I remember him with such fondness. Peace and healing to you all in the difficult days ahead.
Kristin Weingartner Watson
Victoria, British Columbia, Canada
Sailor rest your oar......
C.F. Gunter TM2(SS)
George had a wonderful smile and will be missed by all.
I appreciate very much the help he did for many, myself included,
with his association with Sea Scouts and the International Dory Races.
Also his teaching in machinist work helped many along the way.
God Bless you, George, and rest in peace.
We will cherish your memory.
Thank you George, for all your help in my younger days, with the International Dory Races. From getting oars for us from Nova Scotia, to ferrying us around to the races and for all your encouragement. Rest in peace.
George was a great guy who I knew through Masonry. He was a kind, considerate and compassionate man. He will be missed.
I always cherished George's friendship as a young man. He was a decent, compassionate member of our greatest generation. Although I will miss him greatly, I'll always remember how he took the time to be my good friend. Sincere condolences to Nat and his family.
Joe Mirabella, Jr.
Dear Nathalie and Family,
The loss of George Dearborn is being felt by a friend in Maine. George touched my life in such a wonderful way while he lived in Sanford. I will cherish the time that I knew him!
My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.
God Bless you,
George Dearborn was one of the best a sweet, hard working , humorous and kind man¦ Clifton Lutheran will not be the same without George. Our heartfelt condolences to George's family and may your very fond memories of George easy your loss.
Sande & Stan Vesely