Dear Olive, Malcolm & Family,
Our deepest condolences to you and your family. George was especially well thought of in the Cathers family. I know my grandparents, Tiny & Kaye had many many fond memories of George @ Windy Fields - there was certainly a lot of mutual respect and admiration from them to George.
My first memory of George was from Xmas 1969 @ Windy Fields was when we got together to play hockey on the frozen pool- Malcolm played with as well!
Over the years it was always a great pleasure to catch up with him and hear the family news- he was a very genunine person and a true gentleman. Our sincerest sympathy to you all.
Bill & Sue Cathers
We are thinking of you all at this sad time.Sincere Sympathy from Peter and Family, Fivemiletown, Northern Ireland
Malcolm and Sally, you are in our thoughts and prayers. May you find comfort and peace in the loving memories of your father and in the closeness of family and friends.
Josephine Abercrombie and Staff of Pin Oak Stud, LLC
We are sorry we can not be with you now but our hearts and thoughts are. George will be missed by all,
Love Gail and Greg
George will be greatly missed at Temperanceville,a huge hole that will not be filled.George was a true gentleman. Coffee time will not be the same. Olive, you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers , and no words can take away the grief you must feel at this time.May God be with you and comfort you,Love Gail Bruce and Caitlin