• RuthPGeorge

In honor of my father


My wonderful father and my son! My father was an exceptional person. He passed March 26, 2020 - one month and one day before his 85th birthday. His arthritis and dementia snuck up on him. He tried more than 100% to be more than his physical and mental abilities would allow him to do. He loved simple pleasures in life - getting a coffee, a roll and the New York Times at Wegmans was incredible for him. He was working on a book of photographs of my children that my brother gave me - so incredibly sweet and unbelievable. He is the kind of person I wish existed more in the world - a loving, kind and caring person. He cared for people and for good to prevail. Money, fame and etc. were not a consideration. I thank my father for all he gave me.

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