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December 11, 2019

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December 7, 2019
Dear Jim and dear Eileen,

to the death of your dear father and father-in-law, we would like to express our sincere condolences to you. May he rest in peace. We hope that you and your family and also your mother will quickly get through this difficult time.

"When the sun of life goes down,
the stars of memory shine."
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Stefan and Gerda Köhler (Künzell, Germany)
December 6, 2019
Eileen, Jim, Marcy, and the entire Inness family,

I just wanted to convey my sadness over George's passing.
I know first hand on what a force he was in each of your lives. What a lasting impression he has left behind especially for all of his grand-children. His legacy will always be admired and remembered forever.

Colleen Vincent
Mt. Pleasant, SC
December 4, 2019
I was deeply sorry to hear of George's passing.
Marci, I remember the GHS basketball games that Joan and Roger took me to as a kid. We sat near you and George and usually went out somewhere after for a snack. That was such fun for me as I seldom got to eat out. George was always so much fun. As an adult, I renewed our friendship through the museum in Knoxville. He played his relative who sat on the jury in the John Osborne trial. He was such a joy. I remember asking him to do he role. He said he would as long as he didn't have to say anything. This is a wonderful picture of George and how I will remember him, always smiling.
December 3, 2019
I will miss George. I often saw him at Innkeeper's in the early morning hours. Such a nice man. He always had a smile and a hello for everyone. My condolences to the family. May the Angels surround George with a white light of love and protection as they gently escort him home.
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