Condolence: Wow. I didnt know he passed. I do know he was sick most of the years at Wausau. My late condolences to the family. He was a great service to the country and to manufacturing. He sometimes would share his stories of Vietnam. I worked with him for a few years. I also remember him as a Farm League baseball coach and pitcher.
Condolence: To George's family,
I first met George at Togus, in the early 2000's. I am a Vietnam Veteran, and attended many National Veterans Golden Age Games with him.
What a wonderful legacy, he leaves you all. he was an amazing man, with lots of courage, strength, laughter. A real patriot!
George, when we go to the games this year, we know you will be sitting on our shoulders, helping to keep us cool! We will have a drink with you, and hope that you will send us a big smile! Thank You for all that you have done for us and others through out the many years!
Condolence: Worked with George for many years at the Otis Mill. Always enjoyed his company and the many stories he shared. Crossed paths with him many times since the mill shutdown and he always had time to talk. He will be missed.
Condolence: Nicole, Michael,and family I am so sorry to hear of Uncle George's passing. I have many fond memories of him and he will be sadly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time. May he rest in peace.