George Alexander Manos Jr.
My sweet "sister" Debbie and all the family...
I'm so sorry to hear about George's passing. I know it's been a long and trying ordeal for all of you, but it was time for him to go home. His time of suffering has ended and he can rest peacefully now.
I've known George since I was a little girl...grew up on Inez/Richey Rd., riding bikes and horses with Debbie. I recall having a loose tooth one time, scared to death to pull it and even more scared for my Daddy to pull it. So Mom took me over to George's and he put a string on it, yanked it and it flew across the garage. I don't think we ever did find that tooth!
Debbie, I'm here for you. I've always missed you. Can't wait to see you.
Deborah an Family, we are sorry for your loss! You all in our thoughts an prayers !
I'm so grateful to have spent all of my life with you all the way until your very last breath. We are suffering here without you; however, I find joy in the fact that you are a perfect angel in your perfect form free from suffering. I love you. Always. "A whole bunches."
Dear Morgan and family, I can't express my sadness for you but know now that the pain and suffering is now gone and rest assured he loved you all and enjoyed the special time that you spent with him Morgan and appreciated all you did for him. Heaven has a special place for men like your Grandpa and he is enjoying his friends and family that left this world before he did. All my love and prayers for the whole family!
God has called George home. Though the world has lost a brave and honorable soul, Heaven has gained an incredible man. May George continue peacefully and purposefully on his journey.