- October 18, 1930 - June 10, 2012
- Austin, Texas
of George 's Passing
- In lieu of flowers, the family requests gifts to St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, The Frank Graydon Scholarship in Accounting at the University of Texas, Bannockburn Baptist Church, or your favorite charity.
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Memories & Candles
Barbara and I Joined Sharpstown Baptist Church almost 8 years ago. Although George and Mickey had already moved to Austin, we met them on one of their visits to Houston and felt that we had known them all our lives. He and Mickey always showed a gracious Christian Spirit to us and we have enjoyed getting to know Lisa and David. We feel the love that only a Christian family can give. We will miss George greatly, if only for a while, and then look forward to that great reunion that is coming in Heaven. Alton and Barbara Riddle.
Posted by: Alton and Barbara Riddle - Houston, TX - Brother and Sister in Christ Jun 13, 2012
George was one of the sweetest men I have ever known. He was a true follower of Christ and loved his Christian friends. He and Mickey are the dearest friends we have known and we have grown to love them like a brother and sister. We have many great memories of our good times together and their visits in our home. George will be truly missed by us and the many other people that knew and loved him. Mickey, David,
Posted by: Carl and Merle Greene - Houstonk TX, TX - Friend Jun 13, 2012
Over the past 29 years, George was much more than just my father-in-law: he was a dear friend, mentor, and someone I could always count on for sound advice and a calm approach, no matter how great the problem. He took me under his wing when I first became a deacon and, for the next two decades, set a great example for me. What impressed me most about George was his infinite patience and total love and dedication to his
Posted by: David Doyle - Houston, TX - son-in-law (Lesa's husband) Jun 13, 2012
We would miss the "Smiling Face" and the enthusiastic spirit of Mr. George Henry. He was a dedicated and committed Christian-faithful and true Follower of Christ! George was a leader worth emulating. He was the Deacon of the Deacons.
Posted by: Mr. & Mrs. 'Dotun & 'Toyin Okubajo - Missouri City, TX - Fellow Church Members Jun 13, 2012
I did not have the pleasure of getting to know George Henry, but have heard many good things about both he & his wife. I have however gotten to know his daughter & son in law - Lesa and David Doyle. Both wonderful Christians
My heartfelt sympathy to the entire family
Posted by: Beth Tuttle - Houston, TX - Friend of family Jun 13, 2012