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You were always a generous uncle to me and made me feel that I was special because I was your God daughter. We have many happy memories of dinners and celebrations at our house. You were always a lucky bingo player and we will miss you at our Thanksgiving dinners! All our love and rest in peace.
Karen & Rick
Uncle George, you were a kind and generous uncle that will be missed. I’m thankful we were able to spend many holidays with you. You will be remembered fondly by all of us. Rest In Peace.
Janet, Paul and Ryan
To my friend George’s family….I am so sorry for your loss. My Mom, Carole, and George went on their first date in 1976, and remained friends until she passed away in 2011. George was an integral part of my childhood. He took me to my first Broadway play, the King and I with Yul Brenner. As a child, I remember that every Fall he would insist on buying me a Winter Coat. George, Mommy and I went on many vacations and trips together over the years…Wildwood N.J., Tennessee, Camp of the Woods in the Adirondacks, and many more. Most recently, he met my Mom and me, and my husband and daughter in Disney World. We had a great time together. He always talked about his close family. I remember hearing about each of you. It was nice to meet you all at his birthday party one year, I believe at Ted’s house. I had dinners with George and both his brothers in Staten Island, and Mohegan Lake. My Mom and George remained close for 35 years because they loved each other, respected each other, had fun together, and cared deeply for each other. They would talk on the phone for hours, for 35 years. They modeled to me what true friendship was truly all about.
To my friend George…Godspeed my friend. You and Mommy are together now, in the presence of the Lord. I love you.
Uncle George was a thoughtful, kind, and loving uncle who will be greatly missed. Some of my favorite memories are of spending birthdays and holidays in our home with him and the rest of our family. I still have the Madame Alexander dolls he gave me each Christmas when I was a young girl. The very first time I had been to the circus was when Uncle George took my sisters and I to see it at Madison Square Garden. He enjoyed baseball and was a loyal Dodger fan whether they played for Brooklyn or LA. He often talked baseball with Mike and Matt whenever he saw them, and he never failed to ask how my family and I were doing whenever we spoke on the phone. We will miss you, Uncle George, there will always be a special place for you in our hearts.
Doreen, Mike, Matt, and Katie
Uncle George was always so thoughtful and generous. He truly cared about his family and loved us. I pray for the family and friends he’s left behind, that the Lord fills us all peace knowing he has gone to a much better place.
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