OBITUARY

George H Golden

June 5, 1937November 1, 2018
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George was born in Broken Bow, Nebraska on June 5th, 1937. He grew up on a farm in Berwyn, Nebraska and was always telling stories about life on the farm and caring for all of the farm animals.

His love of building and art design was there early on when he built a house for his farm cats. He always had a house project he was working on, remodeling many rooms in their homes over the years. George was always ready to help with the projects of others. He helped build the addition for the church and he helped to paint his children’s’ homes. He enjoyed playing card games as well as watching his games shows and fox news. He would keep track of the weather, on the computer, of his Nebraska relatives and grandson in Florida. George loved Google Earth and Google Maps and would spend time searching for all kinds of places and to get directions for his measure up projects. George graduated from Broken Bow High School and received an associate’s degree from Mid Plains VO-Tech. George was married to Barbara Hoyt on October 16th, 1960. George had a career in architecture for Hansen Group and Steve Bohn. He was a member of Abiding Savior Lutheran Church. George had a passion for gardening, woodworking, and feeding hummingbirds. George cherished going to his grandchildren’s’ events. George passed away on November 1st 2018. He is survived by his loving wife Barbara and their children Katrina (Tom) Colvin, Kari Golden, and his grandchildren Taylor, Trevor and Lyndsey Colvin, Kelsey, Kaylan, and AJ Ottosen. He was preceded in death by his parents Robert and Vina Golden as well as his siblings Bob and Shirley. George will forever be remembered and missed by his friends and family.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Saturday, November 10, 2018
  • Reception Saturday, November 10, 2018
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George H Golden

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