Mr. George Washington Larkin Jr.

9 December, 193015 May, 2020

George Larkin Obituary

George W. Larkin, husband, father, uncle, brother, papa and friend to many went to be with his Lord and Savior on May 15, 2020.

George was born in Sadler, Texas 1930. George graduated from Southmayd High School in 1949. After graduating he was inducted into the Army, and stationed in Germany where he was the righthand man of the company Commander.

Returning home from duty in 1953, George enrolled at North Texas State College in Denton, where he received a Bachelor of Science in Education with concentration in Social Studies and English. While attending college George met the love of his life Lee and married her in 1956, at the Sadler Baptist Church.

George and his bride moved to Ft. Worth where she taught school and he secured a position with the Texas and Pacific Railroad. George worked at Texas and Pacific almost 10 years before a career change that led to his Management position at Dry Storage. George was Transportation Manager at Gulf Atlantic/ Dry Storage for over 2 decades before his retirement.

Celebrating in his home with family and friends was always his favorite past time. He served as Deacon and Elder at St. Philip Presbyterian Church in Hurst. George loved his church family, and church activities such as, organizing Bible group activities, and a member of Dibs, Mariners, and monthly men’s lunch group. George enjoyed painting but really enjoyed sharing his art through sending cards. George loved to laugh and make others laugh, he loved hard, gave freely and enjoyed life to its fullest. “He was a bold tender spirit.”

Graveside family service at Bluebonnet Hills Survived by his wife, Lee, 2 children, Rodger (Robin), Lisa (Tim), Sister, Alma, 4 grandchildren, 6 greatgrandchildren, 1 nephew and 2 nieces. In lieu of flowers memorials may be given to St. Philip Presbyterian Church, Hurst, Texas Missions Program


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Linda Elliott

May 18, 2020

I am saddened at the loss of this good friend. George always enjoyed sharing his home with friends from church and the different groups he attended. He was a gracious host along with his wife, Lee. Both of them were talented artists and their home was filled with painting they both had done.
They both enjoyed our monthly Mariners pot luck dinners and then playing Mexican Train with others from church.
I enjoyed being around his daughter Lisa and even was a good friend of the family dog, Mekanna. She was like a grand child to George and Lee and I was grateful that she got to come and stay with me a couple of times. In addition on special days such as birthdays I could always count of a special card being sent to me that Lee had painted herself.
George was truly a servant of God and I have no doubt he will organize a group up in Heaven to play Mexican Train!
Our hearts go out to this wonderful family we were thankful to call our friends.