George Leigh Veit

Wayzata, Minnesota

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Dear Mary Lee,
I feel so very sad to have heard from Bernadine that you lost your devoted husband, George. I will always remember George, my high school friend, who was such a "young gentleman." He set the bar high for sincerity and kindness. May your dear family members keep their dad's/grandfather's memory a blessing to you forever.

Dear Mary Lee and Family, Our deepest sympathy for your loss. Bruce and Sara Brown

Mary Lee and sorry for your loss. Bernadine Sodaitis

What a sweet guy. I remember going to an Indian restaurant on Regent Street in London, with Mary Lee and George. What a lovely time we had. They were the sweetest and the smartest. I loved his parents, too. And Mary Lee's also.
They were Easton's best (and Phillipsburg's). I was always disapointed that George and Mary Lee didn't settle in Easton, after George's retirement. I mean, you just want to keep old friends together, in the same old place that you love.
God bless...

Dear Mary Lee and family:
Richard and I extend our deepest sympathy to you and your loved ones.
Rosemarie & Richard Semonche

Dear Mary Lee and family,
May the Lord's comfort and peace be with you all during this sorrowful time. May you also find comfort in the wonderful memories of your husband, father and grandfather.


George's Obituaries

George Leigh Veit, 72, of Wayzata, MN formerly of Easton passed away peacefully at home on September 10, 2013. Personal: George was born on July 13, 1941, to Mary (Leigh) and Carl Veit. He was a 1959 graduate of Easton High School, served in the U.S. Navy, and graduated from the University of...

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