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January 25, 2020

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December 6, 2019
I knew George from the music scene. Back when I was playing shows as Hollywood Beach Brian, I had the pleasure of playing about 15 shows over several years with The Antics. George was friendly, fun to hang out with, funny, and did not have a mean bone in his body. I always loved playing shows with him.

One of my favorite memories ever was doing a little Central Florida four day tour with them. Orlando, Melbourne, Deland, and Gainesville. The Antics, Fullerton, and Hollywood Beach Brian. We had such a great time.

Now all I can think of is Dale Earnhardt Jr, Skunk Apes stealing babies, Ireland, and pirates.

RIP George. You will be missed, but never forgotten.
December 6, 2019
Sending much love and gratitude to George's family.

He was one of my favorite teachers in high school, and I know many of my friends would say the same.

He always made learning fun and connected with students at a human level. I was always impressed that he treated his students like adults, and we were friendly outside of school in the music scene, and yet he never lost respect or authority as a teacher.

We always appreciated his enthusiasm and encouragement in our creative pursuits, especially music.

I can picture how powerfully (and hilariously) he could communicate with a raised eyebrow and sideways glance. His laughter was infectious.

Thank you, Mr. Chenoweth!
December 4, 2019
I am so sorry to hear of George's passing. I met George in 10th grade at NSBSHS. He was so nice to me (as the new girl that knew no one). I'll remember him fondly. Prayers for his family and loved ones.
December 4, 2019
To George's family. George was an amazing educator. I remember when he first started with Volusia Online Learning as one of our very first virtual teachers. His passion for teaching and history shined through his personality even though he was quiet most times. I would laugh at the little quirks he would through out when discussing politics. His laugh was contagious. He was always compassionate and thoughtful to his students, co-workers, and anyone else whose life he touched. Many times we talked about cats. I remember when he was thinking of getting one. When he got Mila he would tell me the funny stories of what she did and how she was so attached to him. One time he even thought about getting another one just to keep her company when he was working. My thoughts and prayers are with everyone who cared and loved George. He will surely be missed by those who were lucky enough to know him.
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