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    Ann Arbor, MI
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George Kiefer 1940 - 2012

George Kiefer

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April 20, 2013
From all of us in the class of '58, John Adams, George was a great guy & will be missed at the 55th reunion. He will be looking down from heaven & sharing those times with all of us, along with all our other lost friends. WE MISS YOU ALL. Barb Huml Sutton (North Ridgeville, Ohio), Paddy Ross Rawlins (Garfield Heights, Ohio), & June Habart Yurkiewicz (Parma, Ohio)
April 19, 2013
My deepest sympathy to the Kiefer family. I knew George at John Adams High School and, although, I was a class ahead of him I remember his warm smile and friendly ways through school. Even now I can picture him going through the halls greeting people in his quiet way making them feel a little better for the day. My thoughts and prayers are with the family today.
April 19, 2013
My sincerest sympathy. George and I grew up together. We'd known each other since elementary school. I will remember him fondly.

Jewell Ann Davis Diehn
Cleveland, Ohio
December 31, 2012
To the Kiefer family,

I wish to express my deepest sympathy.
I worked with George when he was the Nat'l Advertising Director at the Detroit Newspapers and I was a Credit Analyst in the Credit Dept. I will always remember when George would call me on the phone and he would say " Hi Partner!" I knew then that there was a credit issue with an advertiser that required immediate resolution. He would negotiate the issue for his sales executives and the advertiser for the good of the newspaper. He was a true professional.
When he left the paper in 2001, I said goodbye and referred to him as "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" I still believe that. May he rest in peace.
December 28, 2012
My sincerest sympathy on the loss of George

He was simply a wonderful man, a pleasure to know, and someone I will always remember.

I had the honor of working with him at Detroit Newspapers from 1989 until the year he retired. Whether it was his taking to the microphone to sing a song at a company function, listening to him on voice-over narrating countless presentations, or just being on the receiving end of his words of wisdom, George was one of a kind.

One of my fondest memories was seeing him getting into his car in the big garage - dapper as always, and most likely on his way to call on an important advertising client. I knew the newspapers were in good hands.
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