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George Carder Hadley

Lompoc, California

Feb 17, 1925 – Nov 10, 2012

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It was an honor to know George. He was a great example in the way he lived his life and showed his love of Christ through his actions. I got to know George through our church but had known him somewhat through my parents years ago when they square danced together. George had many interests and talents. He had a lot of stories about his travels around the world.I liked his story about the airline he called "Teeny Tiny Airline." He was a gentle loving man who never had a bad word to...

I came to know George through the Lions Clubs. He was a very gentle person, never said a negative word about anyone. Always hard working, pleasant, always had a ready smile to share. George was the epitomy of a Gentleman and Christian. George will be very missed by his Lions friends and his community. May he rest in the Peace of Our Lord. From Tony Manuel, District Governor, Lions District 4-A3

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George Carder Hadley was born February 17, 1925 in Upland, California to Edward Fuller Hadley and Lucille Carder Hadley.He graduated from Chaffey Union High School in Ontario, California. Afterwards, he enlisted in the USMC, serving in the South Pacific.After his discharge in February of 1946,...

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