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Ronald Wayne George Sr.

d. May 28, 2015

died shortly after a diagnosis of cancer on May 28, 2015 in Poulsbo, Washington at the age of 82.A loving father, son, brother, uncle, husband and friend, Ron is survived by children Steve Clark, Dennis Clark, Cindy Webster-Martinson, Julie Haubrich, Mitchell George, Douglas George, Ron George Jr., and step-children Douglas (Phyllis) Hagen, Karla (Mike) Nolen and Lori Hagen, brothers Bob George and Ted George, several grandchildren, his great grand-daughter and many nieces, nephews and grand-nieces and nephews.Born April 19, 1933 Ron was the youngest of ten children to Ben and Martha George of Suquamish who precede him in death along with siblings Ben Jr., Lyle, Cecil, Evelyn, Marjorie, Regina and Corrine. Ron graduated from North Kitsap High School in 1951 and remained in Suquamish for the rest of his life where he enjoyed a successful career as a Grader Operator having earned a reputation as The Best of the Best in this area and beyond.Ron was an outdoorsman. He loved the Thanksgiving duck hunt with family and friends and deer hunting with his loving companion 30 years Alta Haman who also preceded him in death. Ron's real passion was for fishing. His favorite fishing spots were in Neah Bay and in Sekiu. If you wanted to learn how to prepare a traditional clambake, Ron would teach you if you were willing to work hard. Anyone who has had that opportunity knows you really had to work hard! That was Ron. He worked hard and he played hard. We will miss his great sense of humor and his interest in yours. His contagious open-mouth, eye-watering belly laugh delighted us all and I am sure will be a favorite memory of many.The family would like to convey its great thanks to the Suquamish Warriors for the June 15 gravesite ceremony at Suquamish St. Peter's Church where Ron was laid to rest next to his late wife, Alta.Until we meet again, rest in Peace. It has been our pleasure and our privilege. The family wishes any donations be sent On Behalf of Ron George Sr. to:Suquamish Warriors, P.O., Box 215, Suquamish, WA 98392

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