Georgianne King

Escondido, California

1928 - 2018


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Georgianne King November 12, 1928 - November 15, 2018 ESCONDIDO Georgianne King, beloved mother and grandmother, inspiring teacher, and caring friend, died November 15, three days after her 90th birthday.Georgie died at home surrounded by loved ones. She will be profoundly missed by her children,...

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Georgie was one of the kindest, most patient, and most compassionate people I have ever met. It was a pleasure to be her colleague at Carlsbad High and a friend outside of school too. Requiescat in pacem.

Such a wonderful person. So sorry for your loss. Much love to the King family.

Mrs. King was the teacher who stood out to me more then any other teacher. She was our art teacher in 9th grade. She was the kindest most accepting compassionate teacher. As 9th graders she made such an impression. Everyone loved her. I am not surprised to learn that she was voted Teacher of the Year 3 times. What a wonderful human being, she was. I am sorry to for all her family members. It's an incredible loss. RIP

Very kind and soft, a pleasure to be around.

Aunt George will be sorely missed. She was an awesome person!

When I was a little girl, maybe four, my folks drove to what we called the East Coast, maybe Wisconsin? to visit Dad's family. I met Georgie and Maggie Lynn, who treated me like a real person, not an invisible child. They played with me, listened to my stories. It was remarkable. . . I think they were teens. It has remained one of the significant times of my life, and certainly affected the way I raised and treated my own daughter and grand-daughter. (I need to mention that cousin Guice was...

When I was a little girl, four or five I think, my family visited Georgie's family on what we called "the East Coast" which may have been Wisconsin. Georgie and her sister, Maggie Lynn were both teens, and I, as a child, was accustomed to being more or less invisible, but to my astonishment and delight the two of them (and Guice as well) welcomed me, played with me, listened to me. It seems such a small thing, but it has always been a profoundly important memory. I learned from them...

In addition to being a close family friend,
I will always remember Georgianne as our Girl Scout Leader in the 60s. She taught us so much diverse information and we were all better for it. I will miss you seriously Georgianne. Love you!