George passed away March 12, 2008 at the age of 90. George was born in Seattle, Wash. in 1918 during the Spanish flu pandemic, which took his young mother’s life at that time.
Most of his adult life he lived in Southern California. He first moved to Carson City in 1972 and found it to be place he wanted to spend the last years. He was a private first class in World War II, serving in the South Pacific. His true passions were photography, golf and clinical hypnosis. An accomplished staff photographer with the Greek Theater in the 50’s, fierce in perfecting the drive down the fairway and helped many people overcome their physical and mental ailments through his gift as a hypnotist working through medical professionals. Up until this past year he was an avid bowler on the senior league, winter and summer earning numerous trophies, badges and pins.
He was preceded in death by his wife Marie, next to whom he will be buried in Lone Mountain Cemetery, Carson City.
He is survived by his two daughters Ruby and Denise; four grandchildren Chelsea, Meadow, Keenan and Amber and three great-grandchildren Ryan, Courtney and Keaton. Regarded as a “gentleman”, he will be dearly missed.
Cremation was in care of Northern Nevada Memorial. In lieu of flowers, he and his beloved pound-dogs, Maggie and Rosie, would prefer a donation to a no-kill animal shelter, Humane Society or an ASPCA of your choice. Go with God Pops we love you.