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July 16, 2018

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May 17, 2017
One of my fondest memories of Uncle George will always be when Bonnie and I at 17 years old drove to Chicago to see "hair" since it was banned in St. Louis. In addition to seeing "hair' the highlight was being under the guardianship of Uncle George! He was a bachelor and treated us as though we were little princesses. He dined us and dazzled us with his classiness, his outstanding sense of humor and his dedication to making sure Bonnie and I were well taken care of and having a good time. I know Bonnie was "the apple of his eye" and rightfully so. When Uncle George was faced with the battle of fighting his cancer diagnosis Bonnie was right by his side to support him in anyway so to lighten his load. When it seemed that the fight was over she remained by his side to comfort and assure him that he was not alone.
Rest In Peace Uncle George; you will not be forgotten and always held fondly in our hearts and prayers.

Love and Blessings,

Jo Pilla
May 17, 2017
Uncle George was a funny, intense guy. On several occasions, Bonnie and I would visit Clarksville and meet up with him. He would joke with anyone! The folks at the Clarksville coffee shop would banter with him, making everyone around smile (and laugh). I found him to be a man that knew who he was and proud to have served in the military. He certainly loved his niece, Bonnie, and she - him. The times I spent around Uncle George are memorable. Just thinking of him makes me smile. Men like him are rare. He will be missed.