George Mutto Jr.
1929 - 2020
BORN
1929
DIED
2020
FUNERAL HOME
Chapel of the Highlands
194 Millwood Drive
Millbrae, CA
George Joseph Mutto Jr.
October 31, 1929 ~ September 2, 2020
George was born in San Francisco to George and Marie Mutto. He grew up in San Bruno and graduated from Serra High School where he played baseball and football. He went on to USF where he played baseball and graduated in 1951. He was a member of the Baseball Old Timers Association since 1964.
George served in the U.S. Army Reserve for 17 years and attained the rank of Sergeant Major (REGG). He was in business for 68 years at the House of George in San Bruno.
George married Audrey Payne on October 10, 1980. He was the proud father of Mike (Kathy), Steve (Lynn), Kevin (Mary), and Greg and step-father of Kathy Allen (Mark), Steve Payne (Colleen), Jim Payne (Audree), and Laura Gosch (Rick). He had 17 grandchildren and 8 great grandchildren. He was the loving brother of Patricia Molina (Ed).
George enjoyed golf and extensive travel. He will be greatly missed.
Due to current COVID-19 restrictions attendance is limited. Private committal will take place on Wednesday September 9, 2020 at Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery in Colma.
Condolences may be sent C/o Chapel of the Highlands, 194 Millwood Drive, Millbrae, CA 94030.
His family appreciates donations to the charity of your choice.



Published by San Francisco Chronicle from Sep. 4 to Sep. 6, 2020.
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I will truly miss my friend George of 78 yrs. Our friendship began at Our Lady of Angels in 1942 and continued through our days and sports at Serra High School and beyond. My wife, Adrienne and I enjoyed camping trips with our young families and we got all our wallpaper and paint from House of George. The framing business was an opportunity for great visits along with beautiful family photos that I still enjoy today. Later in life George invited me to golf with his buddies and it turned into a weekly 18 holes at local public courses, then down to 9 holes up until our late eighties. Our weekly phone calls and lunches at Harry’s Hofbrau will be missed as well. See you on the 19th Hole

Clem Schablaske
Friend
September 19, 2020
My father, Robert W. Thompson (son of Eva Mutto Thompson) always brought my brother and I to visit Georgie and his Mom and Dad. It was a trek for us from Glendale, Oregon to San Bruno, California but we always had a great time. The neighborhood ice cream truck was my favorite as we did not have one of those in the small rural city that we lived in...and there was always something going on in the basement at the House of George. Love to you, all. Ann Thompson Dowdy
Ann Dowdy
Family
September 12, 2020
Audrey; Very sorry to read about George's passing. He was a fun guy and we always had stories to tell each other. Hope to see the Ralston gang in the near future. Mark
Mark Jorgensen
Friend
September 8, 2020
I grew up with George's son Greg, George [Mr. Mutto] and Audrey were always very kind to us, and we had many fine memories with the Muttos. Mr. Mutto was always a class act, treated us "deliquents" as equals, he will be missed. Condolences to his family and friends
Frank Kennealy
Friend
September 7, 2020
My condolences Audrey
Rick federighi
Rick
September 7, 2020
George was a great friend. I had a lot of fun talking with him at the House of George. I'll miss seeing his envelope for the raffle tickets and dues in my mail box. My condolences to the family and may you Rest in Peace.
David Longa
Friend
September 4, 2020
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