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George passed away on March 4, 2015 after a long battle with testicular cancer. He was born in Park Rapids, Minnesota on January 16, 1974. He graduated from Nevis Public High School in 1992, joined the Air Force, and served honorably until 2000. He was a KC-10 aircraft mechanic stationed at Travis AFB in Fairfield and March AFB in Moreno Valley. He traveled the world extensively during his two enlistments.

He went to work for AT&T after he separated from the service and worked in the Yuba City area as a repair technician until his death. He really enjoyed his job and his crew of co-workers. He attended Yuba College and Chapman University, earning degrees from each.

George loved to snow ski, play golf, ride motorcycles, travel and listen to music. He was also an avid reader of Stephen King books and enjoyed a wide variety of movies. He was a huge fan of the Minnesota Vikings. He also loved his dogs. His four schnauzers Beau, Luke, Stella and Piper will forever miss him.

George is preceded in death by his father, George Isaacson Sr.

He is survived by his loving, beautiful wife Ronda (Melton) Isaacson of Marysville, his father-in-law and mother-in-law Dayle and Joyce Wells of Marysville, his mother Martha Delisi, brother Justin Isaacson, sister Barb (Isaacson) Lester DVM and uncle Bill Isaacson DVM, all of Nevis, Minnesota, as well as many nieces and nephews.

George decided to be cremated. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the Testicular Cancer Awareness Foundation www.tcafinfo.org or donate in his honor to the Yuba or Sutter County animal shelter.

Local friends and family are invited to a Celebration of Life to be held on Saturday, March 14 at 2 p.m. at his home in Marysville.

George will be dearly missed by all who knew him.

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Published in Appeal Democrat on Mar. 7, 2015
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