RIP George

He was one of the good guys

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Hurts to see this. George was a solid guy, condolences to his family.

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Sorry to hear. :disappointed:

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Thats such a shame. It wasn’t long ago he was on here. :disappointed_relieved:

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I had hoped hed pull thru, very sad about it now.

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Sad to hear. I hope the family is faring well with the passings. When I had read about him on here before, I had hoped he’d improve, and maybe buy him a meal and pick his brain sometime. Always great to see good guys doing well somewhat close to me. He definitely contributed to the community here from what I can see. God speed

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I have to tip my hat to Mr Sparkle. The dude had a way with words! You could almost hear his voice in his posts. Heart of gold & a zest for life. He entered this forum as a newbie & became a full fledged business owner. He’s an inspiration. Condolences to his family & friends.

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May you have 12.5 % SH at every turn and RO water in every buffer tank sir. Rest in peace Mr Sparkle.

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George has some classic, savage posts on these boards. I still stumble across some and laugh. He’ll be missed.

May we all be ready to meet our Maker when our turn comes.

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So sad to hear. I enjoyed his content on here. May he find peace and prayers going out to his family.

Seeing this truly ruined my day. We just talked not that long ago and as always he was optimistic. Most of his family lived in this area and this is where he grew up. He was talking about trying to get back down here this Christmas. George had one of the greatest, most positive outlooks on life, that I’ve ever known. If you were around him, you were smiling. Would give you the shirt off his back if you needed it.

He came down here last year to visit family so came over and worked with me a day. We had a blast. He had this older van that rode at about a 20 deg angle he had so much stuff loaded in it and that day he was pulling his trailer so was probably riding with the nose pointing up at about 30 degrees. He’d driven it like 8 hours down here because one of his uncles needed his house washed. I was giving him grief for driving it like that and told him he would have been welcome to use some of my equipment but he hadn’t wanted to impose. Guarantee you the front wheels were only touching the ground about every 5 feet going down the highway. He was a hoot. A really good guy and a good friend that I’m going to miss.

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It’s always sad to hear the loss of someone important… My condolences to friends & family members.

Very sorry to hear this, he and I kind of started on here about the same time and both grew with help from the old hands even though we were older than most. RIP George.

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