George H. Stahlnecker Jr.

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  • "Big part of my childhood. You will be missed Uncle George...."
    - sandi snyder
  • "He was always my favorite uncle, he will be greatly missed"
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  • "What a great guy."
    - Bill Reznor
  • "My big brother, my hero..he will always live in my heart."
    - Betty
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George H. Stahlnecker Jr., age 88, of DuBois, passed away peacefully on Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017, at his home surrounded by his loving family.
Born on Feb. 21, 1929, in Sandy Township, Pa., he was the son of the late George H. Stahlnecker Sr. and Lillian "Madge" (Davis) Stahlnecker.
After graduating from Sandy High School in 1947, he married the girl of his dreams, Ellen (Dungey) Stalhnecker on June 3, 1951. They were married for 66 years.
He was a veteran of the Korean War, having served in the United States Army.
After returning from the service he joined his father in the family business, Stahlnecker's Greenhouse. He then, along with his son, Les, and friend, Tom Yakulis, opened 101 Auto Repair. He then retired from United Electric.
Strong, intelligent and resourceful, George always appreciated the simple things around him and was dedicated to his family. He could build almost anything and did just that through the years. The ones closest to him will remember those things and smile. He enjoyed his family, and spent many happy years visiting his camp in Potter County. He enjoyed fishing and building and flying model airplanes.
In addition to his wife, Ellen, George is mourned by his children, daughters Sue and her husband Harry Rugh, Karen and her husband Robert Gerew and his dearly loved son, Les Stahlnecker. Loving and patient he was always proud of his family and especially of his beloved granddaughter, Emily Gerew, who was the light of his life and could always make him smile. He is also survived by much loved sisters Betty Cessna and Helen Molnar.
He is preceded in death by three sisters, Janey, Blanch and Madge; and one brother, John.
The family would like to express their sincere gratitude to the members of Penn Highlands Hospice. Their dedication and effort to provide quality care over the last months were a heartwarming blessing to the entire family. We thank God for the gift of his life and the blessing of the time we spent with him.
There will be no public visitation.
A memorial service will be held honoring George's life well lived at a future date.
Burial will be at Morningside Cemetery.
Memorials may be placed with Penn Highland Hospice, 100 Hospital Ave., DuBois, PA 15801
Arrangements are under the direction of the Baronick Funeral Home & Crematorium, Inc.
Online condolences may be sent to www.baronickfuneralhome.com
Published in The Courier Express from Oct. 7 to Oct. 10, 2017
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