Condolence & Memory Journal

I knew George through my work in customer service, and had not seen him in a while, only now learning of his passing. He was a lovely gentleman full of stories about his family and his time in the military, and I always looked forward to seeing him walk into my workplace, because I knew we would have a great conversation. I will miss him!

Posted by Emily Rudd - Travelers Rest, SC - Friend   February 17, 2021

George was influential in my life. I met him online after my retirement. He was stepping aside as newsletter editor for the Army Chapter of The Chosin Few and was looking for a replacement. I volunteered, and he subsequently told me I was first on a list of one. George presented me to the Chapter's board at the reunion in Colorado Springs, with his recommendation for me to fill the vacancy in the editorship. With the board's approval, I had the great honor and high privilege to serve as editor for about 14 years. I am, of course, saddened by his passing -- but what a life! I wish him well in his new "assignment" and send my best wishes and condolences to his family. Byron Sims, Korea 1952-53, Salt Lake City, Utah. January 31, 2020.

Posted by J.Byron Sims - Salt Lake Cit, UT - Friend   January 31, 2020

Sorry to learn that George has left us. A great soldier and historian. I will miss him. Ray Radke, Forward CP Group, East of the Reservoir.

Posted by Raymond Radke - Ferndale, WA - Friend   December 21, 2019

George and I shared much about photography and genealogy for the 2006 Rasula family reunion.
I will miss him. He was my mother's cousin.

Posted by Suzanne Akerman - ZIM, MN - Family   December 05, 2019

Great appreciation and respect for George, I will never forget him. He was my friend.

Posted by John Roberts - Clemson, SC - Friend   December 04, 2019