OBITUARY

George Michael Becker

November 25, 1950May 3, 2019

George Michael Becker was born on November 25, 1950 in Granville, New York and passed away peacefully on May 3, 2019. Preceded in death by parents Nelson Frazier and Elizabeth Becker, and father-in-law Harold Combs. Survived by his wife of 31 years, Cindy; loving daughters Krista and Sarah; sister, Cynthia Haycraft (Chris); and loving family and friends. Michael will be remembered as a compassionate, protective husband and father who was committed to his Christian faith. He was dedicated to his family and loved motorcycles, skiing, and the outdoors. Funeral service to be held at New Life Church, 6758 Bailey Road, Woodbury, MN on Saturday May 11 at 2 PM with reception following. In Lieu of flowers send memorials to New Life Church of Woodbury MN or Disabled American Veterans (DAV).

Services

  • Service of Remembrance Saturday, May 11, 2019

Memories

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Suzie Kusnetz

May 15, 2019

I remember Michael as the down hill ski racer and Harley rider .. played guitar and wore bow ties he sewed himself, since his mom had taught him. He was an artist and a poet - he loved the mountains and the song 'Michael from mountains' - he owned a car an MGTD or was it an MGB? He loved dogs and people and the great outdoors - so kind, friendly ... shaggy blonde hair with a mustache to match, with aviator style glasses .. I am sending my deepest condolences my deepest sympathy on your terrible loss of husband, father, brother.... May His Soul Be Blessed and May He Soar With the Angels in Heaven and watch over you. R.I.P - Suzie, an old friend from his long ago past.

Elizabeth Salmon & Anthony Hasher

May 8, 2019

Mr. Becker was a long time pharmacy customer of mine, and my fiance's. He was such a patient man, someone who you always wanted to chat with. He was always so kind. Someone who would bring you treats on the holidays, when you had to work. I remember one Thanksgiving in particular, when I was gifted with a card and a piece of pie. Mr. Becker was a great presence to know. I am glad that I had the pleasure. Tony and I express our condolences to your family. We hope you find peace in knowing that Mr. Baker touched our lives. Hugs and kisses to you and yours.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY