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February 07, 2012
George helped me get my first job at The Associated Press. And my second. And probably helped on the third as well. He was a beloved friend and colleague _ a reporter who always did his very best and set a high standard for others. He was persuasive and relentless, but never unkind. And he was a lot of fun!
February 07, 2012
George, you were like a second father to me while I was at WVU. You were more than a professor. You were a confidante, friend, mentor, and a member of my family. I consider myself blessed to have known you. My prayers are with your sons and the rest of your family during this difficult time.

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February 07, 2012
George was a remarkable person. He encouraged me in the classroom and then for the last decade as a mentor. I will never forget his kindness, passion for the craft and dedication to his students. He will always serve as an inspiration and role model in my life. Wishing peace and comfort during this time of loss to George's family.
February 07, 2012
What a remarkable life he led, as a dogged journalist in interesting times, then as a generous teacher and always as a fine human being who cared about others. It was a privilege and a pleasure to know him.
February 07, 2012
I told George 28 years ago he was the kindest person I had ever met. That is still true today. Good night, George.

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