George Stein
1941 - 2020
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George Lewis Stein
1941-2020
George Lewis Stein, age 78, of Houston, Texas passed away on Saturday October 10, 2020. George was born December 14, 1941 in Corpus Christi, Texas.
George attended Roy Miller High School of Corpus Christi, TX. He enjoyed hunting, laughing, joking, telling stories, and friends/family. He was owner of Night Train Luggage in Houston, TX with his wife. During his time in the Army USAR, he earned the Expert Badge in Rifle. He was a Life member of the Houston Livestock Stock Show and Rodeo and an exhibitor there for twenty years.
George is preceded in death by his parents; George John Stein, Sr., Margurie "Margaret" Bayless and Hazel Lee Stein, stepsister; Jeri Granham, stepbrother; Jay R. Porter.
He is survived by his wife of 34 years, Linda Lewis Stein - Houston, TX, son; John Berry Stein - Magnolia,TX, daughter; Latricia Gail Smith and husband Shawn Clayton Smith - Allen, TX, brother; Russell William Stein and wife Jeannie Stein - Houston, TX, sister; Darlene Chandler Bassett and husband Steve Bassett - Placitas, NM, grandchildren; Syrenah Reyneah Stein - Plano, TX, Kyle Clayton Smith and Austin Calvin Smith - Allen, TX, nephew; Stephen Poco Stein and wife Betsy Stein - Bourne,TX, and niece; Shana Stein and husband Anthony Maranville - Los Angeles, CA, great-niece; Clara, great-nephew; Eli, sister-in-law; Anna Bonner - Cypress,TX, and brother-in-law; Danny Lewis and wife Elaine - Hawkins,TX .
On Thursday, October 22, 2020, there will be a viewing at 10:00 and service at 11:00 at Christ Community Church C3 at 1303 Sherwood Forest Street, Houston, TX 77043. In lieu of flowers, please consider a donation to the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo or The 100 Club of Houston in his name.

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Published in Houston Chronicle on Oct. 18, 2020.
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October 22, 2020
Linda and Family: You have to know how much we always loved George and George. We pray for you and know George is smiling and laughing up there. Clay and Pat Dahlberg
Clay and Pat Dahlberg
Friend
October 22, 2020
May the love of friends and family carry you through your grief.
Becky Baebel
Friend
October 21, 2020
Sending all our love to the family. Love, Shana, Anthony, Clara and Eli
Shana Stein
Family
October 21, 2020
Dear Big Brother, Mom loved to tell the story that you carried me everywhere when I was little—well, not that little!—that was the joke. Your laugh and sweet disposition will remain in my heart forever. Love always, Darlene
Darlene Chandler Bassett
Family
October 21, 2020
George you were a long time friend. You loved life good times being a jokester, prankster always looking for a laugh, a smile and a good friend.
Smokey & Martha
Smokey & Martha Martin
Friend
October 20, 2020
God Bless you George. You are a great friend and will always be remembered in our daily thoughts and in our hearts. God Bless you George and your family. Vic & Louise Grohman, Victor & Cathy Grohman
Vic & Louise Grohman, Victor & Cathy Grohman
Friend
October 20, 2020
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October 20, 2020
Good bye dear Boss, you were wonderful to work for at Night Train and getting to meeting you and working together with you for all the years I worked for Night Train. And we had a great time working together as a team. Thank you for taking care of me and helping me to raise my children. With all my love we are going to miss George. Sincerely Gloria Reed and the rest of the employees that worked at Night Trail
Gloria Reed
Coworker
October 20, 2020
George and I were friends for over 40 years. Always full of fun and laughter. Our hunting stories will never be forgotten. Plus the good times in your booth at the Rodeo and Hunting and Fishing shows. My heart is truly sadden. Linda my deepest condolences and sympathy to you and your family. He will truly be missed by us all. God Bless
JOHN SONTAG
Friend
October 17, 2020
I love you so much Dad. I'll miss you. Let's keep laughing.
Latricia Smith
Daughter
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