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Striffler-Hamby Mortuary - Columbus

4071 Macon Road, Columbus, GA

OBITUARY

George Moley Coulter

Passed away on October 31, 2019

George Moley Coulter passed away October 31, 2019 at St. Francis Hospital after a brief illness. George was born on March 11, 1937 to the late Ozella Coulter.

He was a very loving husband, father, grandfather and great grandfather. He was also a hardworking man. He served two years in the United States Army during the Vietnam Era and another four years in the Army Reserves. He worked at the Bibb Mill for 42 Years and after their closing, he went to work Pillowtec in Phenix City, Alabama for five years before they closed. He then worked at Winn-Dixie on Veteran’s Parkway for over 13 years before finally retiring for his third time.

George is survived by his loving wife, Linda Coulter; children, Debra Coulter, George W. “Cricket” Coulter; stepchildren, Sherri Merchant (John), B.J. Ford (Greg), Ken Smith and Sam Boleware; son-in-law, Wayne Denney. George also leaves behind his loving and special dog, Pepsi along with 18 grandchildren and 21 great grandchildren.

Memorial services will be held at a later time, to leave fond memories or condolences for the Coulter family, please visit www.shcolumbus.com.

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Cindy Herring

November 2, 2019

George was a very sweet, and kind man. I've been knowing for many years .he stepped up with I was a young girl and stopped my step dad from jumping on my mom.we lived down from him and his sweet wife on park ave.in Bibb city.i went to school with Lin.R.i.p George.my condolences and prayers are with his family and friends

Brian Napier

November 2, 2019

George Coulter was a very good friend a mine he was a very nice guy he would do anything in the world for you and he would do anything for them kids and his grandkids he was a hard-working man an he loved riding his motorcycle when he wasn't working he will be missed gone for now but not forgotten until we meet again.

Jackie Price

November 2, 2019

I remember wirking with George and linda both at the mill. He use to always tell me that he was going to put me on the back of his mortorcycle and take off. He would always make me laugh. I loe him and linda and Cricket very much and this makes me so sad.
May the wings God has placed upon your back soar forever and the halo upon your head light your way. You were loved and will be deeply missed. We love y'all

Peggy Muse

November 2, 2019

George was a good man, will always love him. May God bless you Linda. I love you.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY