“I love you.
Love your buddy,
“I love you.
“He was a good man, may he rest in peace.
“To the Family of my friend.You have my heart felt Prayers. George is a good friend and will be missed by myself until we all meet again in heaven,were I have no doubt that he is there.
“Mary Beth and family,
Our hearts goes out to you - your dad and your mom, too were very special neighbors! They would entertain you and Rebecca for hours. Such fun memories. We love you, Don and Karen Hicks - Melinda, Jonathan, Rebecca and Christopher.
“Mary Beth & family,
So sorry to hear of the passing of your dad. I know you all will miss tremendously. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers!
“We are going to miss our beloved Uncle, friend and brother-in-law. We can't say enough how much George meant to all of us. He loved and served his country. I just remember all the times we shared going hunting and listening to all his funny stories. He always brightened up any room with his laughter and jokes. He was so funny and we are going to miss him. We all know he is in a better place. Our prayers to Mary Beth and her family.
“I spent a lot of my childhood with Uncle George and his family. There are so many good memories of times shared. May God bless you and welcome you with open arms.
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George Brainard McKamey Bluff City, Tenn. George Brainard McKamey, 75, passed away on Monday, Nov. 19, 2012, at Bristol Regional Medical Center. He was a son of the late George Clyde McKamey and Hermia Brainard McKamey. In addition to his parents, he was preceded in death by his wife, Betty Jean...Read More