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George Ancira, Sr.
GRANDVIEW — George Ancira Sr., 48, passed away Tuesday, April 20, 2004, after a courageous battle with cancer. He was surrounded by his loving family.
Condolence Messages

13 Responses

  1. Nina, George Jr, Stephen and Bryan,

    I just want to let you know that I mourn with all of you.

  2. I wanted to say on behalf of my family that we are extremely sorry for the loss of George. I know that we have not be able to keep in touch since we are all out of school and out of Godley but please remember that our memories never go away and that we love you very much.

  3. I just want to say to Bryan, Stephen and George that I know that this time is going to be difficult for ya’ll right now, becuase I’m dealing with it myself…I just lost mom to cancer in February.

  4. I speak for sooo many people that George and your whole family has touched our hearts and our spirits.

  5. I knew George through Dealers Electric, where he always had an answer for any problem we had. Not once did he fail to meet our needs with a smile and laugh, even after becoming so sick. I also knew George Jr., Stephen and Brian from their school days, and Big George sure raised three fine boys. I cannot say how sorry I am for your loss, and how much I will miss your husband and dad. Our loss, Heavens gain.

  6. Tio,

    Thanks for always being cheerful and loving…you were truly the life of the party.

  7. I grew up with George in the neighborhood,what i remember the most was always playing football with him.We either played in the street or the empty lot across from his house.We had a great time,his illness growing up never slowed him down.I would throw the football to who ever he wanted me to so i could hold that person down so he could tackle him or jump on them.He would get up with this big smile and say who’s next.We lost touch from each other for many years,i know that my friend is in heaven with a new body,but that smile and laugh will never go away.(God Bless His Family)

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