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Johnson's Funeral Home

435 West Beauregard, San Angelo, TX

OBITUARIO

George Fred Socha

20 febrero , 19238 julio , 2019
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George was born February 20th, 1923 to Fred and Julia Socha in Lavaca County Texas. He was raised in Farivew, Texas (Tom Green County) and attended Fairview High school. From 1941 to 1943 George worked in production on B-24 cowlings for Consolidated Aircraft in San Diego. In 1943 He entered the US Army and served with the 398th Combat Engineers Regiment from 1943 to 1946. George was stationed in England and France. After the War, he returned to Texas working as a truck driver for Angelo Truck and Tractor and as an electrician for Laddie’s Electric. In 1964 George became a full time Dairy Farmer and retired in 1980. George remained a farmer in cattle, cotton, and wheat. He really enjoyed farming and loved animals. He loved to tell stories and jokes. He had many friends and will be missed. George was preceded in death by his infant son Joe and wife Margie. George is survived by son Neal Socha of Fort Worth TX, daughter Margie Jane Autry of Las Vegas NV, and step grandson Daniel Autrey of Fayetteville NC. Visitation will be from 6-8 PM, Thursday, July 11, 2019 at Johnson's Funeral Home. Mass of Christian Burial will be at 10 AM, Friday, July 12, 2019 at the Sacred Heart Cathedral with an entombment to follow at the Calvary Catholic Cemetery Mausoleum. Family and friends may sign the online register book at www.Johnsons-FuneralHome.com

  • FAMILIA

  • Fred Socha, Father (deceased)
  • Julia Socha, Mother (deceased)
  • Margie Socha, Wife (deceased)
  • Joe Socha, Infant Son (deceased)
  • Neal Socha, Son
  • Margie Jane Autry, Daughter
  • Daniel Autry, Step-Grandson

Servicios

  • Visitation jueves, 11 julio , 2019
  • Funeral Mass viernes, 12 julio , 2019

Recuerdos

George Fred Socha

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Bonnie Robertson-Kraynick

12 julio , 2019

Neil, Jane and family, sorry to hear of the passing of your father. We had many fun times visiting all of you in San Angelo at the farm. Uncle George was so nice to us city kids. He had nick names for all of us. I was bunny rabbit.
Uncle George would name the cows after us and showed us how to milk a cow. Your dad lived a long and good live. God Bless all of you.
Cousin Bonnie

Mary Ann Atchison

12 julio , 2019

Margie,
I am so sorry to see where your Dad passed. I have great memories of you all. I am in Slaton for a family funeral, so I will not be able to attend. My thoughts and prayers are with you all.

Valerie Tillery

11 julio , 2019

We will ALL miss George. George loved visiting with the puppy dogs on visit day! He would ask questions about how old they were, how much did they weigh and what kind of dog it was. Visits were special and we always knew which room to aim for. Paws and kisses George! Love, Jasmine and all her canine friends

Lou Ann Frerich Multer

10 julio , 2019

Margie.
So sorry for the loss of your Dad. Every time I pass the road to your house on our way to Rowena I look to see your home. They were such fond memories. Your home was always full of love and happiness. Feeding the dairy cows watching the milking. Your moms good cooking And of course your friendship. It is always a good memory for me
Lou Ann Frerich Multer

Karen Schwertner

9 julio , 2019

George was a very kind and loving person. After dad died he was moms best friend they went everywhere together, he was like a second dad to us we could talk about anything, we will miss him very much and his family also. George we love you and miss you thanks for being there for us,we love you,

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