I'm sorry to hear of the passing of George. He was a dear friend to my parents, Ernie and Mary Gressman and lived near them in Leisure World. We've known the family since we all attended St. Cornelius. He was a wonderful man. My prayers are with the family.
Loss touch a long time ago, but I never forget the fun times we had at your home with all our kids. Beverly Talley
We will always remember our yearly trips to Vegas in January which, sadly, ended many years ago. George was a good friend with a wonderful sense of humor and will be greatly missed by all who knew him. God bless his wonderful family of which he was so proud.
George was always a happy,friendly sort of guy. Great to visit with. I am his 1st cousin. He will be missed.
Mr. Meylor always had a big smile. He was so sweet, kind and friendly and a joy to have known. The Eddy Family
So sorry to hear of the passing of such a sweet man. You all are in our prayers! Love, The Pitts Family (Pam, Sherri & Sandi and our families)
I remember meeting George on his summer visits to Marcus -- he always seemed to have a great time when he was back. He is the same age as my father, Gerald Meylor, who still lives in Marcus. Our thoughts and prayers are with his family.
-- Julia Meylor Simpson, East Providence, Rhode Island
George.We will miss your friendship of almost 40 years when we lived in Long Beach.God speed.
Tom and Connie Godfrey.