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George P. Nicholson

Towanda, Pennsylvania

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Dear Louis and family: We were so saddened to learn of Uncle Georges passing. Your dad is such a big part of our memories of Oram St., whether it was playing cards there, sharing a meal with all the relatives or exchanging sharp one liners with Gram! He will always hold a very special place in our hearts. We will keep all of you in our thoughts and prayers. Love, Judy, Pete, Bridget and Celia

Dear Louis & Family,
My love and thoughts are with you during this difficult time and may you find peace in knowing that we all share your loss. George was a dear and devoted man to his family and friends. With sympathy and love, Angie & Jack

TO LOUIS AND FAMILY. SO SAD TO HEAR OF UNCLE GEORGE'S PASSING. IT HAS BEEN A COUPLE OF YEARS SINCE WE LAST SAW HIM. THE FONDEST MEMORIES OF UNCLE GEORGE WILL ALWAYS BE SITTING IN GRANDMA'S PARLOR, SNAPPING THOSE CARDS AS HE DEALT ANOTHER HAND. GOODBYE TO A KIND & GENTLE MAN. YOU ARE IN OUR PRAYERS ALWAYS. ALL OUR LOVE,
MICHAEL, MAUREEN, DANIEL & SEAN BARRETT

RIP UNCLE GEORGE

Dear Louis, Anamaryah, Louie, Cash, & Savannah: We are so sad for all of you because we know how much you loved your Dad & your Poppy. Uncle George was a good and decent man, and we all were better for having known and loved him. Love, T & Jon.

Miss and love you poppy! I hope you are having a great time in heaven with grandma!

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George P. Nicholson, 84, of Ulster, died Wednesday at home following a brief illness. He was predeceased by his wife, Mildred Rosemary Nicholson, in 2002.He was born on June 22, 1928, in New York City, the son of the late George P. and Barbara Wilbur Nicholson. George proudly served in the Marine...

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