George E. Lineham
1934 - 2020
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SANBORNVILLE, N.H. - On the Evening of Friday, Oct. 2, 2020, George Edward Lineham died quietly in his Sanbornville, N.H. home. He was surrounded by the presence and love of his family as he passed.

Born Dec. 5, 1934, in Providence, R.I., son of Edward Lineham and Charlotte (Jerollman) Lineham.

In 1952, George entered the U.S. Army as a Paratrooper in the #187 Airborne Division, in the Korean War. He was awarded several badges of honor and merit; as well as medals for his service and dedication.

After returning home to Rhode Island, from his dedicated time in the service, George married his sweetie, Lucy. Together, they brought three sons into this world. Stephen Edward "Beanie," John Robert "Bobby," and David Alan "Porky."

George began working at the Naval Shipyard in Portsmouth, N.H. His hard work and dedication to the trade industries of plumbing and electrical work began. Through his hard work and experience, and the footsteps of his father, George earned his Masters Plumbing and Masters Electrician licenses at an uncommonly young age.

After the birth of their third son, and after several years of commuting from Rhode Island, and working as a pipe fitter at the Shipyard in Portsmouth, N.H.; George and Lucille decided to take a drive to New Hampshire and happened upon Sanbornville. They stopped at a place called Sarah's Spa, and George said "we are going to move here."

So, in 1960, they packed up the boys, Beanie, Bobby, and Porky, and the Lineham family moved to parts unknown to start a new life.

George was involved in his local and military community. He was a Free Mason with Unity Lodge #62 in Union, a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, and the American Legion Post#69.

George always liked a challenge, so he decided to start his own business. He started a septic service business from scratch, to serve the Seven Lakes, and Greater Wakefield Area. That business is known as Lakes Region Septic Service, and is still family owned and operated in Sanbornville today.

George continued to thirst for new business ventures, this man grew no moss! He passed the septic business onto his sons. From there George decided to give the commercial fishing business a try with his oldest son Steven as his first mate.

George went back to his roots after several years of fishing. His passion as a plumber was a persistent one. He and his son Steven, found opportunity in the U.S. Virgin Islands in St. Thomas. They built a successful business in St. Thomas as a plumbing supply store for 25 years.

George was never short on advice to give. He had a vast knowledge of many trades. No matter the problem, George always found a solution. George Lineham did not shy away from a challenge. He also did NOT shy away from the opportunity to express his opinions!

George had many other passions as well. Namely, playing pool, Boston team sports, going to boxing matches, reading, the ocean, and working with his hands. George was a man of productivity. This man had wheels that were always turning.

He is survived by his wife, Lucille Lineham, of Sanbornville, sons Stephen Lineham of Sanbornville, John Robert Lineham and his wife Kimberly (Osborne) Lineham of Brookfield, and Son David Alan Lineham and wife Kay Lineham of Lincoln. Also, grandchildren: Stevie Leigh Lineham, David Edward Lineham, Morgan Datson Lineham and Haley Deldeo Lineham. He is also survived by a sister Susan Robinson of Charlestown, R.I.

SERVICES: A Graveside Service will be held on Saturday, Oct. 17, at 11 a.m. at the Lovell Lake Cemetery in Sanbornville with Father Patrick officiating and military honors by the United States Army.

A Celebration of Life will follow in the spring. Date to be determined.

To express condolences, please visit: www.peasleefuneralhome.



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Published in Foster's Daily Democrat from Oct. 10 to Oct. 13, 2020.
MEMORIAL EVENTS
OCT
17
Graveside service
11:00 AM
Lovell Lake Cemetery
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November 10, 2020
Sorry to hear about George. Lucy and the boys good memories good people my parents loved them. Much respect.
Joe Alibrandi
Neighbor
October 20, 2020
My thoughts are with you Lucy. I'm suddenly propelled back to those Cedar Park days when he and Milt drove us crazy.
Margaret Scribner
Friend
October 15, 2020
We are so very sorry to hear of George’s passing. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all at this time. Much Love, Cathleen (McGinley). Brian, and Elizabeth Fallon-Evans❤
Cathleen Fallon-Evans
Friend
October 15, 2020
I was profoundly saddened to hear about George's passing. He was a unique and special guy ~ one of those people who you will never forget once you meet them. Prayers and warm healing thoughts are with you Lucy, Steve, and the rest of the family.
Lisa Stanley
Friend
October 12, 2020
To the Lineham Family:

On behalf of a grateful nation, and the Department of NH, VFW/Auxiliary District #7, we wish to acknowledge your loved one's service to our country, and send our deepest condolences on your loss.

District #7 Chaplain,
Cathy Burns
October 11, 2020
My deepest sympathies lucille and family
charlene whitehouse
October 11, 2020
To the Family. So sorry for your loss. Rest in peace. Rocky
Rocky Scirocco
Acquaintance
October 11, 2020
Its been many years, and through them, many thoughts of George, and Lucy, and their sons. I was lucky to meet George when he brought the Wave to Newington. He changed my life. So many recollections are continuously flowing. I send my sincerest condolences to you, Lucy, Steve, Bobby, Porky, and all of your children.
Eddie
Friend
October 11, 2020
Sorry to hear of George's passing knew him when we first got married from the apt. condolences to all his family. Prays to his family
judith cotton
Family
October 10, 2020
George was my “island” Dad always there for me. A kind man with a greatest sense of humor. We shared many great memories. I will miss you beyond words.
My condolences go out to you Ms. Lucille, Steve, David and all of the family. You are in my thoughts and prayers. I hope you find comfort knowing how much he was loved by all of us who had the pleasure of knowing such a beautiful soul.
Val Stevens
Friend
October 10, 2020
We are so sorry to hear of George's passing. He was a good friend and we will miss him. We hope your memories will help to ease your heavy hearts at this difficult time. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Your friends,
Dick and Sara Benner
October 9, 2020
So sorry for your loss ,I express my condolances and prayer for all of you; Prayers for strength and love to all...
Gail Andrea Hartford
Family
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