OBITUARY

Gary M. George

September 3, 1946October 14, 2020

Gary Martin George died October 14, 2020 in Lubbock, Texas. He was born Sept. 3, 1946 in Harlingen, Texas to Paul and Mary Ellen George. Gary married Pamela Madden in August of 1967. After graduating from Texas Tech University, Gary was commissioned as an officer in the United States Navy, served a total of 13 years, obtaining the rank of Lt. Cmdr. During his years of service, Gary flew numerous combat missions on two deployments to Southeast Asia and was twice recognized with the Distinguished Flying Cross for heroism in aerial flight. Following his naval career, Gary was owner/operator of Thrifti Rents, Inc. with, Pamela. He enjoyed traveling, particularly to Maui, playing cards and golfing.

Gary was preceded in death by his wife, Pamela Madden George. He is survived by his daughter, Beth; son and daughter-in-law, Christopher and Becky; two brothers and their wives, Raymond and Jennifer, and Alan and Margaret; and three nephews.

In lieu of flowers, consider a donation to the Maui Health Foundation Rudolph V. Madden Endowment https://www.mauihealth.org/foundation/your-impact/endowments/

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Kori Haggard

October 19, 2020

Gary will definitely be missed. I loved his stories and good humor. His love for Pam, Beth, Chris & Becky was so evident. My heart goes out to all of you.

Karen Hamilton Huber

October 17, 2020

Great memories from growing up with Gary -- like the time in 9th grade when Gary's wonderful dog wandered into our Algebra class and lay down next to Mrs. Valles' desk. Given the unique teacher that she was, she allowed the dog to stay, commenting that he would be a better student than anyone else in the class (or something like that).

My condolences to Gary's family. I know he will be missed..

Thomas Haulk

October 17, 2020

Salute. I came into the squadron in early '73, March, I think. I don't think I knew who he was, but there were some fine people in that squadron. Salute, sir. Rest, we have the watch.

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