I believe George worked to help build our Habitat House. No matter the weather or mood of the day, he always brought some sunshine with him. Our prayers are with the family.
I knew George as a volunteer at CCH for many years . We always enjoyed serious conversations and a new joke. He will be missed. He joins his brother James as two people who provide me with great memories. My condolences to all his family.
My parents thought very highly of George and thought his impact on the community was very positive. The retired men spoke favorably of George and missed him terribly at the monthly luncheons.
My condolences are with the entire family. I had the pleasure of knowing George through my best friend Katie, his granddaughter, since we were in the six grade. He will be missed.
Please accept my deepest sympathy. Postmaster George is one of my wonderful memories of growing up in Pine Grove Mills. You never walked out of that Post Office without a smile on your face. He was either telling you a joke or teasing you. Anything to get a laugh and a smile out of you. I will always remember him with a smile.
My condolences to the family. I remember George when I was growing up in the Presbyterian Church. He was alway so kind.
My heartfelt condolences to the family of Mr. Lauck. May God grant you peace during this difficult time. 2 Cor. 1:13
George was a mentor and great man to be around. I enjoyed working many turkey dinners and Sunday school classes at PGP Church along with being a neighbor when we moved to PGM. George will be greatly missed!
When I was a child and still too small to reach our post office box, George asked me every day if I had practiced my piano lesson before he handed me the mail. He was a wonderful man and will be greatly missed.
I knew George from the CCH snack bar--I worked there in the mid-80s while in High School. It was always a pleasure having him volunteer there. Thinking of his family and friends at this time.
What a guy! You couldn't help but love him.
A great friend will be missed. Always a smile
We loved going to the post office and chatting with George and then later encountering him at the snack shop at the hospital. Our condolences to you all.