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May 1, 2013
We listen to George's music every single day and were looking forward to seeing him at his concert in Biloxi. George will be missed but his music will live on forever! No one can fill his shoes... Deepest sympathy to his family. Love, Ronnie & Peggy, Biloxi, MS
May 1, 2013
georgette/jamie,kyle,ryan along w/ Jeff/family, Bryan/Family,Susan/Family jackie/family , Tina/Family, Gwen/Family , you children and grandcildren of Country Musics Best are in my thoughts/Prayers..he loved each of you....to all family members so sorry for ur loss.
May 1, 2013
prayers to the whole family,, rip george ...!!!
May 1, 2013
There is nothing I can say that hasn't already been said. George was extraordinary. Funny word...extraordinary. I am ordinary and have strived all my life to find something special about myself to gain those five additional letters to change me from ordinary to extraordinary. At age fifty, I realize that God has chosen certain people for that honor. George was one of them. There were no generation gaps for his music. I loved him at age 50, my mama loved him at age 73 and my daughter at age 25. We were planning to see him again in August. Even though he was extraordinary, he allowed the rest of us to see the real him... the good times and the hard times...nothing fake or phony about him. He let us in, he shared openly, he performed his heart out, and gave us a voice that will never be matched. God bless you, George, and your friends and family....for I know, if I hurt this bad knowing you are gone, they are barely hanging on. God be with you.
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