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George J. Febbo
Due to the snowstorm, the services for George J. Febbo were canceled and are postponed to Monday, February 22, 2021. Family and friends of George are invited to a walkthrough visitation on Monday, February 22, 2021 from 9:30-10:30 AM at the Joseph F. Reichel Funeral Home Inc., 220 Washington Park, Nazareth, PA 18064. A maximum of 10 visitors will be allowed in the funeral home to pay their respects at one time, rotations will be in place to accept all visitors.
A Mass of Christian Burial will follow at 11:00 AM at Holy Family Church, of Nazareth. Burial with Military Honors will be held on a later date. At all times, social distancing will be practiced, with the requirement of wearing face masks.

Joseph F. Reichel Funeral Home Inc.
220 Washington Park
Nazareth, PA 18064
(610) 759-0160

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Published in The Express Times on Feb. 21, 2021.
09:30 - 10:30 AM
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March 12, 2021
George was truly one of my favorite patients. He ALWAYS brought a smile to my face even on my most hectic days. He was so kind and gentle.... a truly great American, and an even better person. I will miss him dearly, but I am certain that he is smiling down from heaven.
Wayne Luchetti, MD
February 27, 2021
George was a great man. Always there to lend a helping hand. He will be missed dearly. RIP George
Chuck, Mary and Sara Tanzosh
February 19, 2021
We will miss George and his great smile and positive attitude. Will miss laughing, talking and cooking for you at Denny's. You will stay in our hearts forever.
Roy and Kendra
February 18, 2021
I could not have had a better Pappy. So many treasured memories spending time with him as I grew up, from woodworking in the workshop to driving to all sorts of places and he would sing and they called him Bing for a reason. He actually sounded like Bing Crosby. He helped us so much in both of the homes we had in PA. One day I came home from work and had scaled a huge in the front yard and was trimming the branches or when we had an emergency in Bath, he went through the police barricade to rescue our dog. He was such a skilled carpenter, helping build decks and put in floors and doing all the trim in our house in Easton. My wife, Mary uses his cookbooks and cookware to this day and our son Nick loves his pap and has a room full of things that remind him how pap was a war hero and how much he loved his grandson. He is with us right now in TX where we’ve had some bad weather, helping me and my neighbors fix our pipes and houses with tools he gave me through the years and some of the skills to fix things. We’re all proud of pap, Bing, George and will miss him every day.
Eric, Mary and Nicholas Febbo
February 18, 2021
George was one of my favorite visitors when I worked at Peteys. He always came in so cheerful and it instantly put a smile on my face! He was the sweetest man. I always looked forward to hearing what he baked early that morning! He will be missed by many, my condolences to his family and friends.
February 17, 2021
Mr. Febbo was a great man - knew him through Dotta Auction - always had a smile and kind word! He will be missed by many! God Bless him and your whole family!
Doug Schlegel, Sr.
February 16, 2021
You were such an important part of our lives. We miss you so incredibly much. You were loved and will be missed everyday. Even Finn our dog is sad- missing his buddy who brought him treats and rubbed his belly. You fought for our freedom in WW 2, and for that you are and always be my hero. Thank you for being the best pappy and fight for the freedom we have today.
Granddaughter Nicole and great grand kiddos Liam, Dante, Anna ❤
Nicole Febbo
February 16, 2021
George was a wonderful man. I will forever remember his kindness, stories, and strong cherries. He was a tremendous man that will be greatly missed. God Bless!
Mark Prestifilippo
February 16, 2021
George, Gerry and family, so sorry for your loss. Sending prayers and hugs.
The Kruczek Family
Denise Kruczek
February 16, 2021
My sincere sympathy. George never failed to greet me at Holy Family. My husband thought the world of him..a real gentleman.. They will greet each other in heaven
Dolores waln
February 16, 2021
I did not know you personally (even though we were raised in the area), however I would be honored to "Thank You" for your dedicated and honorable Military Service; to OUR country.
As a member of the "GREATEST GENERATION", and as a "WORLD WAR II VETERAN"; you Sir are my HERO!
At a later date we will meet in that "SPECIAL PLACE" which GOD reserves for ALL of those who have stepped forward; to serve their country in a Military Uniform.
May ALL of GOD'S blessings, be with your Dear Family!

Sergeant Major (E-9) Larry E. & Mrs. Sheila M. (LaBar) Williams, US Army/ Retired (TN)
Larry E. Williams
February 16, 2021
Mike, George and Families. So sorry for your loss. We spent many fun times with your Dad at Dotta’s auction house. He was always happy and helpful and brightened everyone’s day.
Denny Tenges
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