Three generations of The James Atwater Family send their condolences to the Angelinis on learning of George's passing on March 31st.
George and Claire were an integral part of our Camp Randolph Summers in Northern Vermont over many decades. The memory of their loving friendship will always be cherished the wise council never forgotten. Fly through the clouds forever. It's really about the wind and the love.
It is a sad time for us left behind but we hope George is in a happy and peaceful place.
The memorial video is so nice and it makes us remember how many events and experiences make up one life.
We wish you strength during this difficult time and hope that many fond memories will carry you through.
My Dear Pam, Larry, and your loved ones, your name came to my mind a few minutes ago, I googled on it, and I found your Facebook page. Then I was surprised to see your beloved Father's obituary. I am so sorry for your loss. I read your heartfelt Facebook posting about your Father's illness. Please know that my prayers of comfort will be with you and your beautiful family. Your Father had to be a wonderful person. I know that you and your dear family will cherish your most loving memories of him. I think of you from time to time because our granddaughter is a 2L at UVALAW School. May the Lord bless all of you graciously, especially during this time in your lives.
Love and Prayers,
Lillian and husband Hinton Clark
My sincerest condolences to Georges family. His great spirit will be forever missed. I had the privilege of sharing wonderful memories with George and his beloved wife Claire at Camp Randolph. Peace to them both.