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Condolences for Ronald Richard George

Dear April and Anna, I'm so sorry you lost your father at such a young age. It was so special that he took you girls hunting with him and did Girl Scouts with you. I will miss his smiling face, good nature and sense of humor. When ever you are missing him, just close your eyes and see his big arms giving you a huge daddy hug. Love, Cindy Koperski
From Cindy Koperski

Please accept my condolences on the loss of Ron. While I only knew him for 2 yrs, it was enough to realize what a special person he was. He had incredible wit and was one of the best fathers possible. As long as people are kept alive in our memories, they are never really gone. Very sorry about this terrible loss.
From Amy Rondeau

So sorry to hear about Ron's passing. Although we had not seen him in many years, we have many fond memories both of growing up and of hunting. Our sympathy to all your family. Kathy & Jim
From Kathy & Jim Shurts

Sandy, Lou, and family, I am so sorry to hear about Rons passing. I have just heard about it so was not able to make it back. I have not seen Ron for a long time but remember the great times we had growing up. Tim
From Tim Deml

My thoughts and prayers go out to the George family. Bucky was a fraternity brother, and one of my old circle of friends. Lots of memories today of a hunting and fishing buddy. It was great to see him last Saturday and to sing one more song. I'm richer to have know him.
From Tim Kumbier

Dear Sandy, I am so sorry to hear about the loss of your dear brother Ron. Though it is difficult to find words that will comfort you at this time, please know that I will keep you, Lou, and your family in my thoughts and prayers. With sincere sympathy, Joan Markos-Horejs
From Joan Markos-Horejs

My thoughts and prayers go out to the twins and the whole George family. I did not know Ron personally. He held the door many times at State Road School when dropping his girls off. He always had a big smile and a happy greeting. I missed seeing him and had no idea he was ill.

The world was a better place with Ron in it. His passion for life should be an inspiration to all. We will miss you buddy Rest in peace
From Dale Thesing AKA Lloyd

Dear Lou, Sandy, & Family - I'm so sorry to hear about Ron. My most recent memory of him was quite a few years ago when he was a chef at the Days Inn - he always had a great sense of humor whenever I saw him there.
From Kathy Markos

Dearest Sandy and Lou, This is so tragic. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the twins. I wish we weren't so far away during these past few months. And, this Saturday we are with our Barb's Mother with failing health, for her 95th birthday. Ron was such a devoted father. We so enjoyed his pictures of the girls activities. He was so proud of them. Hope to spend time with you both the next time we get to Lax.
From Cousin Mike and Barb

My sincere sympathy to Ron's family. I could hardly believe my eyes when I saw the announcement he had passed in the paper. Ron was my boss at both EJ's cafe that he managed as well as the Day's Inn restaurant while he was manager/head chef there. He was the most wonderful boss/friend I have ever had. He never raised his voice, and always had a smile to offer. I have missed working for/with him and will forever remember him for his genuine concern for others. May he RIP. Again, my thoughts remain with his family and loved ones!
From Jennifer Kirchoff Gloede

Dear George Family, I attended UWSP with Ron and was a Little Sister to his TKE Fraternity. I am so sorry to hear of his passing. We were a wonderful group of friends and I cherish my memories of him, the rest of our friends, and all our good times together. I am unable to attend his memorial service but am thinking of all of you. Sincerely, Connie D'Amico
From Connie D'Amico

Dear Lou and Family, I can't tell you what a shock it was to here of Ron's passing. Ron was a great guy and I will cherish our Canadian whitetail hunts and our other hunts here in WI, MN, and in IA for the rest of my life. My thoughts and prayers are with you and his family. Unfortunately I will be out of town on Saturday and will not be able to attend his funeral. Take peace in knowing Ron is at peace enjoying the "big hunt", that some day we all will take part in. God bless you all and if there is ever anything I can do for any of you, please don't hesitate to ask. Sincerely, Barry Rumpel
From Barry Rumpel