George M. Hart, Jr.
1939 ∼ 2020
Koch Family (Mary Naab) of Williamsburg VA wrote:
Dave and I send our warmest condolences to you all. Uncle George will always be remembered as bigger than life with his beautiful warm smile and contagious laugh. We all adored him, especially Mom ❤️ You are in our continued prayers. With love, Mary
Theresa Naab of Las Vegas Nevada wrote:
My heart is heavy and my prayers are with my Aunt Joanie and all of my cousins. I loved my Uncle George so much. He will be missed by all of Naab's and especially my Mom. Love you all....xxoo
Betsy (Domer) Nebiolo of Glenshaw, PA wrote:
I am so very sorry for your loss. I remember Mr Hart as being very kind, and loving his family. Hoping your wonderful memories carry you during this difficult time.
Curtis Gluck of East Bridgewater, MA wrote:
Rest in peace Lion George. We will miss your grand smile, your great sense of humor, your wonderful personality and your dedication to the Lions. Not above you, Not beneath you, but with you.
Shannon (Morris) Johnson of East Bridgewater, MA wrote:
Joan and Family, I am so sorry to hear of George's passing. We were just watching an old video of the two of you dancing to "Dirty Dancing" at my parents' anniversary party from 25 years ago. He always made me smile, and will be missed. Sincerely, Shannon
Dorothy Weidenfeller of E Bridgewater, Ma wrote:
Great memories of the Hart family during Music Parents days. George was always there smiling helping cheering the kids on. I will always remember Georges great smile and his cheery personality. He never lost his smile or friendly attitude. My condolences to you Joan you were a great couple and to his family he loved and cherished you all he always showed it to the world. I will always remember the band competition in Plymouth in the middle of a thunderstorm George standing in the middle of the wet field as each of the color guard handed him their mettle flag poles as they ran from the field to escape the lightening and he was left holding them all.
Jesse Armell, III of So, Attleboro, MA wrote:
I've known George and Joan for probably 30 years. They are some of the nicest people that I've met in Lions. George, what comes to mind most is your caring for others and doing it with a sense of compassion and a sense of humor. All is well here in Lions, because of leaders like yourself. I know that you will keep up the good work as you go home to God.