What a beautifully glorious legacy! Thinking of you all. Love to you.
I am honored to be one of George and Mary's daughters-in-law. George was the epitome of a southern gentleman and was always so kind and respectful of everyone. I always felt welcome in his home and family, and will miss him dearly.
After Mary passed away, George enjoyed his children's visits and being included in their lives. They took him on vacation, to visit other children, to graduations and weddings, and even to the casino now and then. He had a wonderful sense of humor and was a joy to be around. He was always interested in getting to know people, asking them many questions. He loved to read the newspaper to keep up with current events, and loved to read books, too. He enjoyed the home cooked food that several of us took him. A couple of times I made something he didn't care for but he was still a gentleman in telling my husband, Danny, "tell Vicki she doesn't have to make that one again," haha.
George and Mary raised 10 wonderful children who grew up to be loving friends, wives, husbands, aunts, uncles and grandparents, so their legacy lives on.
I am blessed to have known George and Mary and am so happy that George was here with his family for the George Christmas, then went home to spend Christmas Day with Mary in the house of The Lord.
We will always love and miss you.
What a wonderful man! He was full of charm and wit...he will be missed, but you have so many memories of him to last you the rest of your life! I only new him for a few short years...but, he was full of love for his family and life! He will be missed, but having beautiful children that will carry on his legacy, we will still "see" him! May Gods peace and comfort sweep over each of you during this painful, but earthly separation. Cindy Hall
Our hearts and prayers go out to you during your loss at this time. Scrolling through the pictures, I can see why the George boys are so handsome!
Ed and Maggie Kieren, Electra, Texas
I am saddened to hear of this great loss to the George family. May God comfort all of you during your time of grief and especially during this Christmas season.
My condolences to the George family. I will remember Mr. George for his funny stories at Thanksgiving. It is obvious he was very much loved by his entire family.
Sharon, Brooks, Heather and Melissa. I am so very sorry for your loss. Although there are no words, my heart is with all of you today. What an honorable man he was. My love to all of you.
My sincerest condolences to you Ronny and your family.
I didn't get to be in his presence more than a handful of times, but I know he was dearly loved by those who exposed me to him, Jim, Phyllis and family. May the service tomorrow do him the honor that I know is in your hearts.
George, I will miss ourm conversations and wish we could have had many more, However this was not to be.
From one Sailor to anther I wish you FAIR WINDS AND FOLLOWING SEAS
I bid you fairwell
George, I will miss our conversations and wish that we had many more but this was not to be .
you will be missed very much
As one Sailor to another I wish you FAIR WINDS AND FOLLOWING SEAS
We know we should be happy that George has crossed over and is now with Mary and no longer suffering.....but, we are sad, for us, as we will miss our dear friend. We both admired him and enjoyed his company. He is the epitome of "The Greatest Generation"! We love you George! Alan and Connie Mcaurin, Mountain Home, Arkansas
I would like to let you know that my heart hurts for you. The family has lost a great father, grandfather and the world has lost a true gentleman. Thirty two and a half years ago he gave away one of his daughters to me and I became part of the family. He raised ten beautiful children and was so proud of each and everyone of you. He treated each and everyone of his children's spouses as if they were one of his own. His grandchildren and great grandchildren made him so proud. He was a great father in-law to me and if I and the best grandfather my children could have. He taught me so much and if I could pass on a fraction of what he taught me this world would be a better place. I love him and will miss him very much. Brooks McLaurin
We know we should be happy that George has crossed over to be with Mary and he no longer suffers......but, we are sad for us as we will miss our dear friend. We both, very much, admired him and enjoyed his company. He is the epitome of "The Greatest Generation"! We love you, George! Alan and Connie McLaurin, Mountain Home, Arkansas
We love you and will miss you !