George August Menz

June 23, 1943January 17, 2020

George A. Menz, our beloved father and papa passed away Friday, January 17, 2020. George was born in Vallejo, CA on June 23, 1943 to Bud and Gladys Menz. He graduated from Sacred Heart High School in El Reno, OK in 1961. During that time George met the love of his life, Sharon Anderson. George and Sharon married on July 14, 1962. After graduation, George attended Southwestern Oklahoma State University Pharmacy School in Weatherford, OK and graduated in 1966 with a Doctorate of Pharmacy. After working in the Tulsa area for 7 years, the family moved to Shawnee, OK in 1973 and purchased and owned Campus Drug for 13 years. In 1988, George opened and operated Allcare Pharmacy in Harrah, OK to the present. George was dedicated to his profession but was also very active in the community. He was a member of Elks BPOE Lodge, Knights of Columbus, St. Benedicts Catholic Church, and OPHA. George was preceded in death by his parents and baby daughter Lisa Ann. He is survived by his wife of 57 years, Sharon Anderson Menz, daughter Cheryl Menz Nelson, son Dr. Douglas Menz and wife Bridgitt, grandchildren Trevor Nelson, Tanner Nelson, Taylor Nelson Grant and husband Brandon, Kaytlin Menz, and Kelsey Menz; great grandchildren Preslie Rae Nelson, Boston Parker Nelson, and Striker Michael Grant. A private family service was held. He built the TNT Sports Center and Ballpark for the Harrah and surrounding communities. He was an avid sports fan of his kids, grandkids and great grandkids. Flowers and plants can be sent to Allcare Pharmacy in Harrah. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the TNT Sports facility to install a scoreboard in honor of dad and papa and can be made at Allcare Pharmacy.


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Gay and Wes. Wietelman

January 30, 2020

Wes and I were so sad to hear of the passing of our friend George Menz. We extend our deepest sympathy to all of his family and will keep them in our prayers. George was a much loved member of our Harrah community family. He had a lively sense of humor and always cared about you as a person not just a customer. We wish his sweet soul gentle rest.

Diane Hartley

January 25, 2020

Prayers to all George's family. George was my pharmacist for years. He would always let me know if a new medicine would interfere with the others I was using. Such a kind and truly caring man. He.will be missed by the whole community. God bless.

Sabrina and Daniel Drewery

January 24, 2020

When I first moved into the Little Ace community, I chose Dr. Menz as family doctor and Allcare Pharmacy for my medications.
Meeting George has been a blessing to our family, I never had any doubts about prescription meds as he would be fast to notify me of something that would counteract with something else I was taking.
It was obvious that George was a people person and that he cared for everyone he met.
Although George is in Heaven pain free and singing with the angels, he will be greatly missed here on earth.
Prayers for the families as they go thru this trial.

carmen Morantine

January 24, 2020

George was always with a smile and greeting. He is the one told me exactly what orange juice to drink, always remembered that. I am truly sorry for your familys loss. God bless his soul.

Nelly Burris

January 23, 2020

I just want to send the family condolences. George has been our pharmacist for many, many years. He was good and kind. Always ready to help. We will miss him greatly

Sherri and Carol Cole and Wilcox

January 23, 2020

George you sweet man you will be so greatly missed. George took such wonderful care of my family. Thank you for that. My prayers and love to the family.

Chuck Cook

January 23, 2020

My deepest condolences to Sharon, Doug and Cheryl. So many cherished memories of my first basketball coach and growing up with George and the Menz family. George will always have a special place in my heart. God Bless.

Joann Bell

January 23, 2020

I was very sorry to hear of the passing of George. He was such a big part of our little community and well-liked by everyone. He was always very helpful to customers. My condolences to his wife and children and Grandchildren - and to all of his long-time customers.

Janice Stotts

January 23, 2020

George was my friend for more than 30 years. Yes, he was our family pharmacist but that was secondary to our encounters through the years. When I first met George, I was teaching Senior English at McLoud High. When it was time to hire a “new girl” at the pharmacy, he would always ask for my recommendation if an applicant was from McLoud. When I went to work at the Capitol, George was our go-to expert on pharmacy legislation. If he didn’t know the answer to a question, he would find it and call me back. But most importantly, when I was diagnosed with renal cancer seven years ago, George became the most compassionate of friends...and a giver of wise counsel. We have shared our struggles these past few years; George’s toughness and positive outlook have been an inspiration. My condolences to the Menz Family, who were the light and delight of his life.

James Medvef

January 22, 2020

ALWAYS a smile, always helpful..and will be sorely missed...