Jeffery Scott George

September 30, 1960July 23, 2020

Jeffery “Jeff” Scott George, age 59, of Douglasville, Georgia passed away on Thursday, July 24, 2020. He was born September 30, 1960 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. He grew up most of his life in Indiana. Jeff was a Veteran, having served his country in the U.S. Army. He enjoyed spending time with his family, and in his spare time loved bass fishing, bowling and poker. He had won lots of poker tournaments. Jeff had recently taken up corn hole and had been competing in corn hole tournaments. He was employed with CKS Packaging for many years.

Preceding him in death were his mother, Helen Geraldine “Gerri” (Blanford) George; and a brother, Timmy George.

He is survived by his wife, Janet Estes George; his father, Farrell George; son, Shane (Gabriale) George; daughter, Shelby George; stepsons, Scott (Ashley) Rice and Seth Rice; sisters, Debby (Andy) Bartsch and Kathy George; one grandchild, Alex Rice; nieces and nephews, as well as other family members and friends.

No services are planned at this time.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that donations be made in memory of Jeff to Scottish Rite Hospital—Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Foundation, 3395 NE Expressway, Suite 100, Atlanta, GA 30341,

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Services have been entrusted to the care of Whitley-Garner at Rosehaven Funeral Home, 8640 Rose Avenue, Douglasville, Georgia 30134


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Tracy brackett

July 29, 2020

Prayers for your will truly be kayaking partner in crime that loved to try and flip me...joke was on you when you had to ride down the river upside down for half a mile... the reason you bought your new kayak... ive known jeff since 2007 and he has never let me down... he was a great friend to me... this last mothers day he came and spent the weekend with me...he wanted to fix me dinner.... how ever it trunt into me fixing dinner, he was enjoying the bonefire way to much 😅... i sent the pretty balloon you got me up to heaven for my mom... a few days later...just don't know what I'm going to do without you... we could argue over nothing... im also going to miss those 20 or 30 text you'd send me at all hours of the night ...and than realizing you shouldn't have done that😅... love ya to the moon and back 😋

Kathy Slinkard

July 28, 2020

I am so sorry to hear of Jeff’s passing and shocked. I’ve known Jeff since he was a little boy. His mother, Gerri, happened to be one of my best friends and we lived behind one another as the kids grew up. Jeff was in the cub scouts and I was a den mother so he was in my group. Such a cute little red headed guy he was. I was so close to the entire family and this breaks my heart. He was truly a sweet child and I saw him every day when we all lived so close. To think that he is gone is hard to believe. My sympathies to Farrell, Kathy and Debbie. Also, I didn’t know his daughter or other children but my sympathies to them too. I’m so sorry for the loss you all feel as I know you lost a very special person. Hang on to your memories, they will help get you through this terrible event. Make he Rest In Peace and May you all find peace in time. I feel your sadness.

Kathy George

July 28, 2020

I wish I could be eloquent, but I'm probably not going to be successful. Jeff is my brother and I loved him dearly. I always wanted only the best for him and was very proud of his ability to be a great Dad to his kids and stepsons. I know he loved them all. Jeff was always happy with a fishing line wet in the water and always seemed to be planning or returning from a fishing trip. This is an activity he shared with his Dad. They had running jokes on their trips. Jeff had a great sense of humor and a unique way of viewing life events around him. He loved to cook and specialized in some dishes we grew up eating including our Mom's enchiladas. One of his favorite desserts was berry or cherry delight. And when he visited Dad, he always made stuffed poppers for a snack. Jeff was a good bowler and always tried for a perfect 300. He was always ready to help a friend and didnt wait to be asked if he saw a need. Mom and Dad raised all of us kids to be honest hard workers and Jeff was proud of where he worked and considered his work colleagues to be like family. He was always kind to animals and liked to tease Dad about Shelly, dads fat cat. I cant believe Jeff is gone and am so sad that he isnt here with those that love him. I pray he is with Mom and finding all the great fishing spots in heaven. I hope he knows I loved him and that he is missed by so many people that also loved him.

Debra Mayfield

July 24, 2020

The staff of Whitley-Garner at Rosehaven Funeral Home and Memorial Park would like to extend our most sincere condolence to the George Family. We would like to thank you for entrusting the care of your loved one into our hands. Please remember you are not alone and we will always be here for you.