Benjamin Franklin George III

March 31, 1969January 23, 2020

Benjamin Franklin George, III was a graduate of the University of Georgia’s College of Arts & Sciences and School of Law. With a professional focus on legislative affairs, Benjamin had served as Chief of Staff to the Georgia State Senate Majority Leader, Robert Brown. He also taught legislative policy to students at Emory Law School. Benjamin had a wide circle of friends. Among those were colleagues at the Georgia State Capitol, alumni of Tucker High School where he graduated in 1987, and Camp Glisson, a Methodist camp in Dahlonega, Georgia where he had been a camper, counselor, and director. Benjamin is predeceased by an infant sister, Katherine Ann George. He is survived by a sister, Emily George Tallant and brother-in-law, the Reverend Greg Tallant, and nephews Andrew and James Tallant of Avondale Estates. He is also survived by his parents, Marion Lansdell George and Benjamin Franklin George, II, of Tucker, Georgia. A funeral service will be held at Camp Glisson’s chapel, and a reception will follow. Please come as you are. Family and friends can provide gifts in Ben’s memory to Camp Glisson by either writing a check to North Georgia Camp and Retreat Ministries or by giving online. If writing a check, please note that the gift is made in Ben’s memory to the Glisson Fund. If giving online, family and friends can go to, click donate, and follow the prompts and instructions all the way to the bottom of the screen to give in Ben’s memory.


  • Funeral Service Sunday, February 2, 2020


Benjamin Franklin George III

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Marjorie Timmer

January 26, 2020

Marian and Ben,
My heart aches for you as you suffer the death of your son, Ben. I imagine the death of one’s child to be the most painful experience a parent can have, regardless of the “child’s” age. I knew Ben only remotely, from when he was still a boy. I remember him as a true chip off the old (man’s) block, with an independent spirit and a finely tuned sense of humor. You, Emily, and all your family are in my thoughts and prayers as you grieve Ben’s loss.
Marjorie Timmer

Marie Dickinson

January 25, 2020

Though Ben and I hadn’t spoken in some time, he was a good friend to me when we were younger. I have so many fun, amazing, and sometimes crazy memories of our time at Camp Glisson and UGA. He was a great guy, who will be missed. My thoughts and heart are with his family and loved ones.