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1945 - 2017 Obituary Condolences
Donna J. George Obituary
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November 12, 2018

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December 19, 2017
Our sympathy to the George family.

Ron and Evelyn Abel
December 15, 2017
Such a sad day. May GOD give the family strength and grace to deal with the loss of Donna.
December 15, 2017
Rest in peace my friend from Walgreens....my sympathy to the family too...she was one of the sweetest ladies I have ever met....always concerned about her family. We will miss your smile. Barb Solomon
December 15, 2017
Dear Sonny,
You may not remember me:
I graduated with you and Donna.
My maiden name was Kourkoulis.
Donna was a special friend throughout high school. I lost contact with her after college and moving to California.
The one thing I recall most about her was how much in love she was with you. She worshipped you! I was so happy to see that you had so many years together. May you always remember that love with all the good, happy memories.
Carole Kourkoulis Cuthbertson