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November 20, 2018

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June 24, 2018
Belatedly, I just learned of George's passing in the Lebanon Valley College newsletter. Besides being LVC classmates, George and I were roommates for two years in the same fraternity. We enjoyed multiple steak Sunday dinners at my grandmother's home in Lebanon. I was the one who taught George how to shoot a shotgun and hunt birds. I was with him when he shot his first pheasant on Harvey Smith's farm and can still remember that vivid scene and George's ear-to-ear smile. I also remember his phone call to me during his Navy days, right after Kirksville, when he revealed he had learned how to hit quail. I was happy to learn he continued these pursuits afield.

Sadly we lost touch with each other over the years. It was bitter irony to learn of his daughter's Montana residence, not too far (in Montana miles) from where I retired. We could have enjoyed outings together after the wily trout and partridge.

George, I hope you are in a place where the birds are plentiful and the pinochle hands are favorable.
I won't reveal all the fraternity pranks we pulled, unless asked by your family, but my own grandson loves to hear them. Suffice it to say we never harmed anyone and never committed a major crime.

David Deck MD
March 29, 2018
To George's family: I was sorry to learn, just the other day, of George's death. Nearly 68 years ago George and I entered the first grade of Herbert Hoover Elementary School. George was one of the first, if not the very first friends I made there. I greatly enjoyed our childhood friendship and have always looked back on it with great fondness. I well remember George from those days and I also remember, from visits to George's home, his parents and sister. The beautiful tribute movie about George, and the many, many testimonies to his nature and character that folks have posted only confirm what I knew all those years ago--that George was, indeed, a special person. While I am saddened by his passing, I give thanks that I was privileged to know him. May God's peace and blessings be with you as you continue to give thanks for George and his well-lived life. Ernest G. Shaffer
February 15, 2018







As a class-mate of George I remember him to be a friendly, calm guy who always looked and acted professionally. I feel sure he was a fine doctor and friend to many residents of the area. Our class is diminishing rapidly.
February 11, 2018
Old high school friend of Rich Moyer. So sorry to hear of his passing. Condolences to his family. He was a good friend back in high school . So sorry we never had a chance to reconnect