I grew up in York & went to st Rose of Lima with Barbara Kotzman(Sister Rose,S.S.j. & spent many happy hrs at the Kotzmans'. They were a wonderful family, all of them. Would enjoy hearing from any of them. Barbara Bollinger Bonner. firstname.lastname@example.org
Uncle George always had a smile on his face,and laughter in his voice. My Mother would tell me what a good dancer he was and how they use to dance in high school.Uncle your in in heaven now with my mom laughing and tell jokes and having a good time. We love you.
My father Fred Orendorff grew up with the Kotzmans. My thoughts and prayers are with the his family at this sad time.
George treated our family as friends rather than as customers. He kept our cars running, and always lent a hand. We have many pleasant experiences with him to remember, which occurred at the garage and other places. George, our friend, was a "good man" and a very good mechanic.
Al & Barbara Glennon
George was a former neighbor and good friend. We had lots of good times together. He was also the "caretaker" for my 1977 GMC pickup for several years. I remember one time when I was going to drive to the northern reaches of the Yukon that George gave me a water pump to take along. He said that GMC pickup's water pump didn't last more that 82K miles. He was correct; during the trip, the water pump failed and when I found a service station that could replace it, they were amazed that I had one with me. Since I was out in the middle of "nowhere", they said it would have taken several days to find one. That's the kind of friend he was. He will be missed. And I am so thankful that I spent time with him last Wednesday (11/6/13)at the VA center in Lebanon.
Orville Trembly - Vienna, WV