Saturday, August 3, 2019
Sadly, at the end of July we lost my uncle. Such a loved and dear man. There are so many things about Uncle George to love: his joy (you can see it in his face!), his love for people, his Godly life, his service to others, his big laugh, his kindness... I could go on and on.
He came into our family in the early 1970's. I was a young kid and the only grandchild on this side of my family. Well, needless-to-say, he doted on me. And I LOVED IT! Most of my family did, as well, but it was neat to have a new person who loved me and played games with me tirelessly!
Uncle George was one of the best men I've ever known. He was patient, kind, considerate, a servant, honest, true to his beliefs and he loved his family and lived for God and them.
I am sad not to be able to attend his funeral, but I know he would understand. Yeah... he was understanding too. He didn't get offended by things most of us would. There are many lessons to be learned by looking back at his life and I hope that I continue to do that. My main goal is to be like Jesus, more and more all the time. But many of the things in Uncle George's life WERE like Jesus.
I know he knows I love him. And I'll continue to miss him until I see him again. ♥️♥️
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