OBITUARY

George Muchin

February 29, 1952April 8, 2018

George Muchin, age 66, of Macon, Georgia passed away on Sunday April 8, 2018. A memorial service will be held on Saturday, April 14 at 11 o'clock, at Lake Wildwood Baptist Church, with the Rev. Paul Dziadul officiating.

George was born February 29, 1952, in Sacramento, California, to the late Nikolai and Zoya Pischalnikoff Muchin. He met the love of his life, both driving red Mustangs, but his was cooler. He did, however, ask if she knew where a party was, to which Linda responded "follow us!" The rest, as they say, is history. For 44 years the two were inseparable and would've celebrated their 45th anniversary in August.

George was the owner and founder of Action Plumbing. He was very involved with the Lake Wildwood Community and served on their Board of Directors. George was a member of the Macon Motorboat Club, and was always an entertainer. He was well known for his sense of humor and a desire to make others laugh. George was one of the kindest people one could hope to encounter.

Survivors include his wife of 44 years, Linda Muchin; son, Gregory Muchin and wife Shaundy; son, Kevin Muchin; grandson, Conner Muchin; granddaughter, Hailey Muchin; his beloved dogs, Bentley and Darby; and an immeasurable number of friends.

Visit www.maconmp.com to express tributes.

Macon Memorial Park Funeral Home has charge of arrangements.

Services

  • Celebration of Life and Memorial Service Saturday, April 14, 2018
REMEMBERING

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Memory Greene

April 20, 2018

Linda and Family,
Our hearts are deeply saddened by the loss of such a vibrant and good man. Only God can know what you're feeling now, and only He can restore your spirit. Words can't really help to ease the pain you bear, but please know that you are very close in every thought and prayer. We'll always love and admire George for his kind heart and giving spirit, for his great skills and willingness to help at the drop of a hat. His crazy humor and his generosity touched so many and will never be forgotten. His love for his family was so obvious in words and deeds. He helped us so many times with things that we should've been able to do ourselves, but he never made us feel bad. Instead, he'd show us how to do it! We are grateful to have had him for this short time and know that the Wildwood community will never be the same. May your wonderful memories and the love of family and friends surround you and help you in the difficult days ahead. We're praying that God will give you His comfort, strength, and peace that comes from the knowledge that He loves you and will always take care of you. Please accept our deepest sympathy and heartfelt condolences.
Rich and Memory Greene

Chas W.

April 13, 2018

Dear Linda,

I am so sorry for your loss.. I pray for God to give you strength..... A person that departs from this earth never truly leaves, for they are still alive in our hearts and minds, through us, they live on. Please accept my condolences, he will not be forgotten.

Beverly Little

April 11, 2018

Linda,

May God be with you and give you comfort. May He wrap His arms around you and give you peace and hope. May He fill you with strength, and may you feel His love.

George was a very kind hearted person and funny. I truly believe his ultimate goal in life was to make you happy and keep a smile on your face. The memory I have of George is how he showed his love for you in the simplest ways. In one way I benefited from it as well; when he would bring you roses to the office, George made certain that he would have one for myself and Lisa. Unbelievable! George will be missed.

Carol Uhles

April 11, 2018

Linda, Gregory and Kevin, where to begin with all the memories? George tying Chris into a bunk on your boat and Chris falling out anyway? When I caught that big octopus and George brought it on board the boat and had trouble getting it off the boat? What about all the holidays we shared? Pinochle. Bunko. Marbles. An incident in my dining toom involving a white stool? George, what amazing firework shows you put on, especially the ones involving police and firetrucks. Oh, way too many to go into. One last memory of a boat trip where we got caught on a sand bar and had to wait for the tide to come back in, so George got out and scrubbed the bottom of the boat!! What a guy!! You gave so much of yourself quietly to so many others in need. You will be missed by many. I love you George.

Jennifer Wehking

April 11, 2018

Linda, my heart breaks for you. George was one of the funniest people on earth. He was the voice of Bentley and Darby on Facebook and the Cavalier community will miss him greatly as will I. My (our) birthday will never feel the same ....

Judy Dziadul

April 10, 2018

Linda Our prayers cover you and the boys and grandson as you grieve the loss of George. He always made me laugh and I so appreciated the way I would always run into him working quietly and without pay around the Lake Wildwood Clubhouse, Pool and Office. I appreciated his knowledge and help with the plumbing problems he would come help me with and the Russian food you would make and he would deliver every so often. He was such an awesome, quiet and giving man we will all miss him in the Community. I pray you will be comforted by the deep love he had for you and love and appreciation we all have for him. Every Christmas I would take time to dial in the music and watch your house dance and try to catch his boat for the ride when we had Christmas on the Lake.

Paul Dziadul

April 10, 2018

George was one of a kind to be sure. From his ever present grin to the regular acts of kindness that were often was done behind the scenes, George was uniquely himself. He had a way of telling you the truth that made you laugh and more open to receiving it.
Lake Wildwood lost our 'Mayor', our Captain, our plumber and most of all...our friend.
May God comfort Linda, Greg & Kevin in the days to come. Your neighbors love you all and are praying for you as you walk this valley together.