George M. Christensen
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George M. Christensen, 68, of Easton and Taunton, passed away unexpectedly on August 20, 2020. He was the son of Robert L. Christensen who passed September 11, 2020, and Mary Christensen who passed May 21, 2020. Born and raised in Easton, George was a 1970 graduate of Oliver Ames High School, where he was a talented athlete who lettered in hockey, football and track. George served in the U.S. Army National Guard for 20 years and was honorably discharged as a Specialist. He studied Art at Southeastern Massachusetts University. George was employed as a delivery driver for Papa Gino's in Stoughton for 35 years and had retired in July 2020. A talented artist he enjoyed painting with oils, watercolors, chalks and pencil. He is survived by his brother, Robert Christensen and his wife Patricia (Hurley) of Easton; a sister, Gail Rios and her husband Rick of Jacksonville, Fla., and was predeceased by his sister Donna Christensen; also survived by many nieces and nephews. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited to attend visiting hours requiring mask and social distancing on Thursday from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. in Kane Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 605 Washington Street (Rte. 138), Easton, followed by a funeral service at 11:30 a.m. Interment with military honors will follow in Furnace Village Cemetery, Easton. For directions or condolences,

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Published in Journal-News Independent from Sep. 15 to Sep. 24, 2020.
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September 18, 2020
September 18, 2020
Dear Robert and Gail,
Your brother George must have been at Southeastern Massachusetts University when my brother Kevin was there in 1972. Kevin was so successful at that college he got A's in his subjects. Kevin was also in football and track in High School. My brother would go to the Museum of Fine Arts Museum regularly. They must have known each other.
George served our country in so many ways. By delivering food from Papa Gino's, he feed people who would have lacked the chance to stay healthy otherwide. By serving in the National Guard, he came to the rescue when out country. locally, needed assitance that no one else could do.
It is with great pride that he will be given military honors at Furnace Village Cemetery.
Cheryl A. Joseph
Whitman-Hanson Regional High School, class of 1970
Boston College, B.S., Biology, class of 1974:M.Ed.class of 1980
Experienced Massachusetts Dept. of Ed. Certified Teacher
Cheryl A. Joseph
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