George and my father Spencer Roberts worked together many years for DOT and played golf together. I have many fond memories of George when they would return from their golf outings. My parents and George and Jane took a trip to Vermont after my father retired and enjoyed their time very much by the stories that they told.
Please accept my deepest sympathy. George was a wonderful friend and coworker and I'm sure my father will welcome seeing him again.
- Dave Roberts
George, it was wonderful singing with you and for you over the past thirty plus years. You are to be admired as you lived life on your own terms and you have a dedicated family that loves you deeply. Enjoy your experience on the other side!
- Charles Zelows
I am so sorry to hear of your Dad's passing. He was a wonderful and kind man. May you hold your wonderful memories close to your hearts.
- Kathy Cerri - Knapp
Jan, Dave and family,
So sad to learn of your Dad’s passing. Please accept my deepest condolences
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- Linda Tramacera
Jan, Jill, Judy, So sorry to learn of your father’s death. He was a Harris cousin to my father, Joe Ratcliffe and they were of that generation. Dads grandmother was a Harris. Such a blessing to have had our fathers for all these long years. Blessings and peace to you at this sad time.
- Jill Ratcliffe Quast
George is now singing in heaven with my Dad, Greg Roberts. My family is happy to have know George and enjoyed his Barbershop singing . I believe I have a video of George in a singing Valentine with my father circa 2014. I pray you are able to remember and celebrate George’s life with loved ones and friends soon. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
~Maureen (Roberts-Bruce) Tine
- Maureen Tine
I was very sorry to hear of George’s passing. I have some good memories of George and Jane visiting at their Kayuta Lake home. May you cherish all of the wonderful times that you shared together!
- Anna Giacobbe
So very sorry to hear of the passing of George, he was truly one of the last "gentleman" of the Greatest generation. He, Bruce Ketchum, and my dad, Tom Evans, had what could best be described as the geriatric survey crew. Good friends for many years, and associates at the NYSDOT, they spent many years of camaraderie. God rest his soul, he will be missed.