Tuesday, February 28, 2017, 4:00-7:00pm
Loutzenhiser-Jordan Funeral Home and Cremation
Services, Inc., 366-368 S. Main St., Greenville, PA
Private Funeral Service:
Wednesday, March 1, 2017
Rev. V. David Foradori, officiating
Pastor of St. Michael Roman Catholic Church
Burial will be in St. Michael Cemetery
Robert M. “Robbie” George, age 63, of 110 Fredonia Rd., Hempfield Twp., passed away Thursday evening, February 23, 2017 in The Grove at Greenville.
He was born in Greenville on April 6, 1953 to Charles S. and Dorothy C. (Hauser) George. He was a 1971 graduate of Greenville Senior High School and had been employed as a welder at the former Trinity Industries and Chicago Bridge & Iron Co.
Robbie was of the Catholic faith and was a member of ABATE. His hobbies included, riding his motorcycle, hunting, fishing and collecting guns.
He is survived by four sisters, Juanita Duell and her husband Marc of Greenville, Beverly Stright and her husband Jon of LaMont, FL, Dianne Clark and her husband Richard of Greenville and Donna Zimmerman and her husband Doug of Irwin, PA; two brothers, Ronald C. George and his wife Sandra of Greenville and Randall George and his wife Rita of Clarkdale, AZ and several nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his parents.
May he be at peace in God’s kingdom. Prayers and thoughts to his family. May God be with you.
Prayers and thoughts for to his family. May he rest in peace.
So for your loss of your brother, Diane Prayers to you and your family.
Jim and Cathy Wathan
So SORRY for your loss really loved Robbie have many great memories of him growning up ,
Always enjoyed being around Robbie and his light-hearted spirit and love of life. I am sorry he is gone. Condolences and best of wishes to all of his family.
Sorry for your loss. Keep the faith
I am sad to hear of Robbie’s passing, though I truly believe he is in a better place.
Fond memories of North High Street, St. Mikes’s and GHS.
He always had a smile for his friends.
Sue ( Minnis ) Pence
Going to St. Mike’ then high school, we grew up together in the same class. I remember his smile. Rest In Peace. May God comfort and bless the family during this difficult time.
So long to an old pal. May he rest in peace. My condolences to the family!
A fond memory I want to share is: I was quiet young when I met Robbie at Jamesway while at work. He took me out of PA for my first time leaving the state. Billy Joe Murray Comre Robbie, and myself Went to Niagara Falls with the clothes that Billy Joe had in his trunk. We didn’t plan the trip it was a spare of the moment rest in peace Robbie you won’t be stuck to that chair any longer got bless you and your family! Farewell!
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Corrections Billy Joe
Dianne & the complete George family, I was saddened to hear the news of Robbie’s passing. He always had a beautiful smile on his face that always matched his personality. Just wanted you all to know that you are in our thoughts and prayers at this very sad time. May all the beautiful memories that you have shared with Robbie last you for a lifetime. May the comfort of Our Lord be with you all.
To all of Robbie’s family: we are so sorry for your losses and are thinking of you all at with time. With love and friendship. Jim and Barb Dishman
We are so sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers.
With our deepest sympathy, Fred an Betty k Junk
Dear Diane, Juanita, Bev, Donna, Ron and Randall,
I was so so sorry to read about your brother passing away in February. I only just found out tonight when I was looking at Loutzenheiser’s website for the obituary of the father of a high school friend of mine. I was so sad to read about your Robbie passing away. I loved our High Street gang and all the fun we had on our block, there were so many wonderful families who lived there. I remember Robbie well as being a sweet, funny, fun, and charming boy, not much younger than Diane and I. Life is so precious and memories are so important. To quote a friend of one of the Greenfield boys (Jim’s I think) who came to visit Louise some years ago. This friend of Jim’s remembered visiting Jim and playing ball or playing tag with some of the kids in the neighborhood and he said to Louise Greenfield, “I can just hear all of the fun that we had.” That is just what I remember about Robbie, his sisters and brothers and all the rest of us. I am thinking about all of you, and you are all in my thoughts and prayers. I am so sorry about Robbie.
With my deepest sympathy,