Predeceased by his beloved wife Susie .
George is deeply regretted by his loving sons Henry & Richard , daughters-in-law Eileen & Trudie , grandchildren Jack , Rory , Luke , Rose and Kate , great-grandchildren , relatives , neighbours and friends.
Rest In Peace.
Reposing at his residence on Friday evening from 5.pm with removal at 7.30 pm to St. Jame`s Church , Easkey arriving at 8.pm .
Requiem mass on Saturday morning at 11.am with burial afterwards in Roslea Cemetery.
Dear Richard and Henry,
I came across this a short while ago and was so sorry to discover that Susie’s George had died. I came to Susie’s funeral which was probably the last time I met you since babysitting for you in Heswall – though I did visit in Cornwall some years later when you might have been away at school. I also visited when your parents lived in Surrey and travelled up to London with your Dad. He was wearing a bowler hat and also had a rolled umbrella (as were all the other men in the train!) In Surrey I once came with a group of fellow nurses who were all very much smitten by your cousin, Huffy Pott, I think. He played his guitar to us and had us swooning! My George wouldn’t have met you, but did meet your parents in Cornwall. They saved my sanity when I was a teenager. That is except when I was looking after you on an occasion when they had gone to the cinema and when they returned, your Dad threw up with kitchen window where I was sitting at the table and from the dark outside, he shouted, ‘Yaarrh’! Both were most special extra parents to me.
I do hope the family are well, and wonder if you’re visitable if we should ever be in Ireland? Blessings to you all, Judy