George will be greatly missed and never forgotten. He was my first "boss" at CEI and taught me many business skills that I still use today.
My sympathy and prayers go out to George's family. I am truly sorry for your loss. Although I knew George briefly, I enjoyed getting to know him and our many conversations. His display of motivation, determination and hard work during his rehab therapy sessions will not be forgotten. He was a uniqe man. May he have Eternal Peace with God.
I remember you fondly from our years together at Ignatius. May Our Lord bless you and keep you. May His face shine upon you and be gracious to you. May He grant you His everlasting peace and joy.
I remember you well from our years together at Ignatius. May Our Lord bless you and keep you. May His face shine upon you and be gracious to you. May He grant you His everlasting peace and joy.
I had the privilege of working with George at CEI and again at FirstEnergy in Akron. What a great guy, always looking our for others. The adopt a family program was even started at CEI thanks to George. He will be missed by many. Kathy Fedrowisch
It was an honor and a privilege to attend U of D with George. We both had a passion for sports and competition and were unlikely roommates, but George was a generous man, who loved sports and loved Cleveland
George will always be the "Mr. Andler" that wouldn't let a clueless freshman flunk algebra. He made an indelible impression, esp. with that yellow/black plaid sport jacket which earned him the nickname "Bumblebee". Thanks for having faith in and tutoring a hapless innumerate in 1975. Well done, good and faithful servant.Share your Master's joy.
My prayers and condolences go out to the family and friends of George. He will be missed by many. I had so much fun working with him on the "adopt a family" program. He had many soft spots in that macho image. He really cared about many! God bless you George.
May the Eternal Light shine upon you, George...keeping you in my heart's prayer pocket.
As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.
I am so saddened to hear of the passing of George. He was truly unique and entertaining. I always figured he would get into coaching. He certainly had a passion for life
Very sorry to hear of George's passing. I had the privilege of attending St. Ignatius and the University of Detroit with George. Things were never dull when George was around. George tutored math to me & many others while at UD. Rest in peace.
George was a very caring, generous man. He was blessed to have such a wonderful, loving family to care for him in his time of need. George will be missed, but fond memories will live on in the hearts of many.
Very Sorry to hear of George's passing. I had the privilege of attending St. Ignatius and the University of Detroit with George. When George was around things were never dull. George was a terrific and faithful friend. George patiently tutored math to me & many others at UD. The "Old Man" will be missed.
we love you and the world will not be as good without you here, your nephew, Bob Briggs
George knew how much he meant to me. I graduated from St. Ignatius in great part because he encouraged me to stay there. (In reality, he wouldn't let me quit) He built on my interest in baseball and gave me my start as a player at Ignatius. I will treasure those memories as well as those from the many years of the softball team in my adult years. I will probably cry at his funeral and don't care who sees me. "Negative 3 minus 5 still equals negative 8".
It should be known he has touched the hearts of many in positive ways. We feel sorrow for the family ; brothers ( sister in law ) nieces , nephews, also the extended St. Ignacious family. We know george is in a better place.Our condolences God bless , Shannon & Fred Lorenger
I worked with George at CEI many years ago. We were hired around the same time and attended training sessions together. George was a kind-hearted, intelligent gentleman who had a booming voice, a great sense of humor and an infectious laugh! My deepest condolences and prayers go out to George's family.
My deepest condolences to you all. Love you guys.
What a blessing George must have been to everyone who knew him.
George was my friend and math mentor at the University of Detroit. He never did anything 1/2-way, always in it 110%. The world has lost a wonderful individual who lived unselfishly. Larry Heyn
As part of the "Cleveland/St.Ignatius Crowd" at University of Detroit, George was always a person of endless energy who was extremely loyal to his friends. To say that there was never a boring moment ever when "The Old Man" was around is an understatement. He will be sorely missed. Mike "Zak" Manuszak
Spencer, our deepest sympathies to you and your family during this difficult time. I know how very much you all loved George and you will have many wonderful memories of him to hold in your heart forever. Donnamarie, Dolf, Emma, and Adam
Well, there are so many words to say. You toke my brother to baseball games and treated him like a son. Bribing me with m&m's to accomplish negative numbers was the worst but, I did it thanks to you. George I will love you forever and miss you like crazy. Thanks for everything. You will not be forgotten.