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January 14, 2019
So sorry for your loss. Have a lot of fun memories of when we went up to the farm. We laughed a lot. RIP
January 11, 2019
George was a great person and the best landlord you could ask for..
Rest in peace my friend.
January 10, 2019
We were introduced to Mr. Tinkham and his Christmas tree farm by a family friend, when our children were small. It was the highlight of our holidays, driving up the big hill to pick out our tree. And always ending with an ice cream and watching the train.
January 10, 2019
RIP George...
January 10, 2019
Thank you for your service.
January 10, 2019
January 10, 2019
Our Uncle George was one of the most fun and fun loving guys ever. After working hard, and being frugal over his entire career, he bought an old farm in Sebago and turned it into fun center of the universe. From his barn full of toys he collected at yard sales, to his Christmas tree farm, to the patch of beach he bought for swimming and boating on nearby barker pond, to his antique cars and firetrucks that he drove in parades, to hosting Thanksgiving dinner in the local gym so the kids would have someplace to play all afternoon, to his hunting trips and snowmobile outings, George always had a memorable answer to "What are we gonna do today?" Wish he had stayed healthy longer to add more chapters to his book of fun. Rest in Peace.

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