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March 16, 1948 – December 18, 2018

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Condolence From: Jackie R.
Condolence: My heartfelt condolence to the Family and friends. I am so sorry for your loss. There are few experiences more difficult than losing a loved one in death. As you cherish the many memories of your dear loved one, George, please reflect on the time when sickness, death and mourning will be no more. (Revelations 21:3,4) This is what our loving God Jehovah has promised and Jesus guaranteed the hope of seeing our loved ones again by means of the earthly resurrection. (John 5:28,29; Acts 24:15; Isaiah 26:19, Psalms 37:10,11) May God’s word bring you comfort during this difficult time and in the days ahead as we await the fulfillment of His promises.
Tuesday December 25, 2018
Condolence From: Ray Sipka
Condolence: George was the greatest brother a boy could have. His Mom and Dad took me in when I was 1 and raised me until I was eight when my mom finally could support me. We made go carts, went fishing and hunting in Ohio where he let me shoot a shot gun at 5! We would watch Batman and Mighty Mouse and he and my”Dad” Bob Bailey, a decorated war hero, would tempt me with candy to either choose Goldwater or Kennedy. They made me a great swing set and George would wash his trumpet in the bathtub. We always had pets and our beagle “Fly” would always love to go hunting with us. Through the years we would keep in contact and I would spend summer in Arkansas fishing with fly at the pond behind the house.
Later I got. 79 Vette and this was too much for George so he had to get a 97 Vette! We would spend lots of time talking about our cars and motorcycles. When I spoke to him a few times at the hospital he seemed greatly improved and I was amazed. He told me he wanted me to have that Nova and to take it to car shows here in California. I told him to get better and drive it here!I thought he was kidding but he said he was serious.Little did I know how serious he really was.
He loved his land with a huge pond in Arkansas but choosing Montana as the place to be. Although he is gone from earth, he will always be with me. Always.God Bless you George forever,
Your brother in Life
Monday December 24, 2018
Condolence From: Bill Randall- brother-in-law
Condolence: George was a wonderful easy going guy who loved life. He was especially fond of good food and drink, fast cars (especially his '66 Nova- "The Beast"), firearms, conservative values and cared tirelessly as does Mary for their loving dogs and cats. His love of country and Montana was enjoyed daily as he loved caring for their homestead overlooking the Yellowstone River and distant Beartooth Mountains. I would often call him and he would be on his back deck enjoying a cool beverage, caring for one of their pets, tackling a chore such as mowing the grass to prepare for fire season or plowing the driveway with great enthusiasm. It is especially fitting that his final resting place be in a national cemetery under the beautiful blue Montana "Big Sky". He will be dearly missed by his family and friends.
Sunday December 23, 2018
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Condolence: George was a super friendly, easy to talk to, make everyone feel comfortable kind of guy. His kind, upbeat personality made everyone around him feel welcome and accepted. I was fortunate to have him as my brother-in-law. He will be missed by all who knew him.

Pat Randall
Sunday December 23, 2018
Condolence From: Carolyn Munsell
Condolence: What a GREAT guy! So happy to have had the privilege to know him. George adopted our 12-yr old cat "Schmoozer" last spring and gave our ol' "Fat Boy" the the best days of his life! Schmoozer basked in the love that George had for his cats - but he was spoiled and pampered like never before, and reciprocated by showering affection onto George and cuddling with him whenever he could. George had a way of endearing himself to those around him (people and pets both) and he is going to be so greatly missed!
Neil & Carolyn Munsell
Sunday December 23, 2018