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George D. Hurst

Northbrook, Illinois

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George D. Hurst, age 64, a Chicago native, went home to glory with Jesus on June 30, 2020. Beloved husband of Ginny, nee Alexander; very proud father of Rebecca (Dave) Pawela, Cara (Andy) Ademe, and Tyler Hurst; loving gramps of Lydia, Iris, Sadie, and Evangeline; dear brother of Sandra Hurst;...

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Our condolences to Ginny and the Family! George always had a good attitude and a good word for you whenever we saw him. And you couldn't find a more knowledgeable Cub fan, probably due to his growing up on the North Side, as we did. Miss you George! Eternal Rest Grant unto you, and let Perpetual Light shine upon you!

May God welcome you into heaven with the same warmth and love you shared with everyone you came into contact with. Your deep love of family and friends will be remembered, always. Your unmistakable laugh and smile will always remind us of your love and help us heal during our time of sorrow. You were truly an original and will be missed . From the Senft family we reach out with our most sincere condolences.

May warm memories comfort you during this most difficult time.

George was a coworker and becoming a true friend to me for 40 years. George always kept in contact with me over the years no matter where he was or where I was working. He loved his family his wife Ginny, and his children Rebecca, Cara, and Tyler more than anything in the world. He always so very proud of them all and always kept me up to date on what was going on with in their lives. George will be missed dearly by so people and all the lives that he has touched over the years. My deepest...

I have gotten to know George over the course of the last 6 plus years, and can tell you that he is the most genuine, thoughtful, hardworking guy I have ever met. He will do anything for you, and was always there when I needed product, getting me special deliveries if I was in a crunch. I enjoyed his phone calls, and his passion for product he was buying and trying to push for the company. He will be missed so much, and the whole company definitely lost a great person and employee.

George was just a nice guy all the way around. Always talking and sending pictures of his family that he was so proud of. Going to miss you George.

So sad to hear of George's passing. To Ginny and family my heartfelt sympathies to you. I remember the great times we had living practically across the street of each other on Oakdale. He will be missed very much but take comfort in that he is now up in Heaven with God.

Fond memories of George as he played with my brother Kevin on Oakdale. Prayers and Blessings with Sympathy and Love,
Alison Saiki

George has the kindest heart with such a love for his family. With my name being Rebecca, he and I always had a special bond. I learned so much about Peiduce from this wonderful man. May his exciting stories of deals and trouble live on. To the teacher, husband, father and grandfather who was adored-May you Rest In Peace, my friend.

Rebecca Calvin