OBITUARY

George McKinley Tucker, Jr.

April 7, 1934June 13, 2018

George McKinley Tucker Jr, age 84 died in his home in Bel Air Md on June 13, 2018. He graduated from Baltimore Poly Institute “A Course” in 1951, received a Bachelor of Engineering degree in Civil Engineering from Johns Hopkins University in 1954, and later accepted a commission in the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. In 1957 he joined The Whiting Turner Contracting Company in 1957 and after 35 years of service he retired as Vice President in 1992. He is survived by his wife, Eleanor J. Tucker of Bel Air, Md, his brother Robert C. Tucker of Waycross, Ga, his two sons, Michael S. Tucker of Felton Pa, Barrett L. Tucker of Chester Md, three stepchildren, Laurence A. SanBoeuf, Jr. (now deceased), Sharon B. Wieciech, Susan K. Mayes, husband Bryan A. Mayes, and seven step grandchildren, Karen L. Kingsley, Laura M. SanBoeuf, Laurence A. SanBoeuf, III, Katherine J. Wieciech, Tyler A. Mayes, Cody W. Mayes, and Cameron P. Mayes. He is also survived by several nieces, nephews, cousins, and many friends. He was preceded in death by his parents George M. Tucker Sr. and Carolyn S. Tucker.

A service in Memory of George will be held on Wednesday, June 20, 2018 at 2:00 PM, at Trinity Episcopal Church, 12400 Manor Rd Long Green, MD 21057. The Burial will follow immediately after the service in the church cemetery. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Trinity Church Day School. 12400 Manor Road P.O. Box 4001 Glen Arm, MD 21057. www.trinitychurchdayschool.com

  • FAMILY

  • George M. Tucker, Sr., Father
  • Carolyn S. Tucker, Mother
  • Eleanor J. Tucker, Wife
  • Michael S. Tucker, Son
  • Barrett L. Tucker, Son
  • Robert C. Tucker, Brother
  • Laurence A. SanBoeuf, Jr., Step-son
  • Sharon B. Wieciech, Step-daughter
  • Susan K. Mayes, Step-daughter
  • Bryan A. Mayes, Step-son-in-law
  • seven step grandchildren, Karen L. Kingsley, Laura M. SanBoeuf, Laurence A. SanBoeuf, III, Katherine J. Wieciech, Tyler A. Mayes, Cody W. Mayes, and Cameron P. Mayes

Services

  • Funeral Service Wednesday, June 20, 2018
  • Committal Service Wednesday, June 20, 2018
REMEMBERING

George McKinley Tucker, Jr.

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larry smouse

June 20, 2018

As a young carp./ supt. I worked with George on numerous projects .. Todays world need more guys like George , he was truly a great guy .. God rest your soul my friend, you will surely be missed Larry Smouse

Katie Wieciech

June 20, 2018

George was my step Grandfather. Although I haven't seen him in awhile I will miss him very much. He always made me smile and he told the best stories. Family meals with him were always ones to remember. He loved my grandmother deeply and with his whole heart. I am very sorry for this loss. Rest in eternal peace George.

WAYNE LAGES

June 19, 2018

My thoughts and prayers go out to Eleanor and sons, Michael and Barrett. When I started my career with Whiting-Turner in 1970, I began working on a project in George's division and continued most of my 25 years under his supervision. At some point, my wife Janet and I became like family to George and Eleanor. We spent many Christmas Eves together, dinners at Tio Pepes, and crab feasts at our home. We also enjoyed Thanksgiving meals with them and Janet's parents where a good time was always had by all. After George retired and I had some free time, we became golf buddies and we play golf at least once a week. With George's passing, we all have lost a great and caring man. We are all the best for knowing him.
God rest your soul George.

Richard & Kathy Ramey

June 17, 2018

George was a friend and golfing buddy. My wife, Kathy and I enjoyed dinner with George and Elinore on many occasions. George will indeed be missed.
So sorry for your loss.

Bill Reed

June 15, 2018

George helped me a lot through very difficult times. His humor and good nature were a real blessing. Sorry for your loss.

Bill Reed

Roger Cross

June 14, 2018

Worked on several projects for George back in my early days with Whiting-Turner . Very fond memories.
Sorry for your loss.

Roger Cross

FROM THE FAMILY