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George W. Younce

Stow, Ohio

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George W. Younce STOW George W. Younce, 75, went home to be with the Lord on April 11, 2005. Born in Patterson, N.C., he was a resident of Stow since 1964, and a U.S. Army veteran, serv ing in the 82nd Airborne. Mr. Younce, a gospel singer over 55 years, founded the Cathedral Quartet along...

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i could listen to the cathedrals all day long,wether its video aor cd's, you could see their love of the Lord in their music,it has lifted me up many times when i've been down. my heart felt condolences go out to his family. he will truely be missed,by fans and fellow singers alike.

Tonight is a very special night for me. I feel God led me to this site. Soon, I will be joining sweet George and it is truly because of him that I'm not afraid. My name is the Lamb's Book of Life because os a song and testimony I heard on tv one night by George.

He humbly told his personal story and it hit my heart and soul. I truly knew at that moment, God was sending me a message through George and I dropped to my knees, tears flowing, and promised God I would turn my life...

We keep all of you in our thoughts. Not a day goes by we don't think of the good times we had with all of you in Stow. George is still 'fixin' that old house'!!!

George
You and Glenn made a big impact on the lives of my children, my wife and I.
Anytime we traveled we had tapes and CD's of the Cathedrals playing.
I believe that is where my family developed an understanding of 4 part harmony.
My wife and I have sang together at weddings, funerals and worship services.
We have 2 daughters that sing and one of them is married to a Baptist pastor and has made a CD of her own.
I am so very much looking forward to the worship...

You continue to touch souls even after you home going.
'The last move that you took"

It's SUPPERTIME! Miss your humor and wonderful voice.Micci Colclasure

Just drove through Stow this past weekend and thought about George and Ernie and families. Still missing you, George, even after all of these years. Turns out my birth-family (I'm adopted) was from Cuyahoga Falls. No wonder I felt such a connection with you! :)

See you at The House.

I still hear your Heavenly Voice when i play all my Cathedral Music! You were and always will be my Favorite Gospel/Bass Voice!!!! :) Say Hello to all the Great's up there for me will ya.