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July 19, 2018

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January 24, 2018
Blessings to you in your loss. I remember first talking to George about his oranges when I was walking. Nice man
Evelyn
January 12, 2018
Wanda, I am so sorry for your loss. At the service today I could tell, you didn't recognize me. My name is Richard Hay, I I worked for George off and on for many years, framing, painting and setting finish as half of Hay Brothers Construction. I feel terrible that I let so much time go by, without visiting. I always said, next time I come back to Visalia. Now I can't say that any more. One of my fondest memories of George was his sense of humor. He always had a joke. The one I remember best was "How to sell a chicken to an almost deaf person". I still tell that one. I almost stood up to tell it today. But, I lost my nerve. I was afraid I'd break down. I know George would have said, go on get up there. I will, do miss him.
January 9, 2018
I remember George and his wife from when they owned the grocery store in Farmersville. They were
very nice people. I am very sorry for your loss.
Gene Calvert