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George S. Poe

December 9, 1931 - November 15, 2020

Posted by:
Lynn Johnson

Posted on:
November 19, 2020

Brenda and Mike: I was saddened to read about George’s passing. Since I was one of Eastman’s most frequent travelers, George was the Clemons person who took me to the airport most of the time. He was proud of his family and kept me up to date on what everyone was doing. He particularly kept me me current on Mike’s golf and basketball coaching success. Although Clemons had many good people, George was my favorite because of our mutual interest in local sports. He had many Eastman friends and I was happy to be one of them.

Posted by:
Gary Stewart

Posted on:
November 19, 2020

Brenda, I'm sorry to hear about pooch. He was a good man and was always helpful to me whenever I asked. My thoughts are with you and the rest of the family. He will be missed greatly. Take care,your friend Gary.

Posted by:
Bobby Hagood

Posted on:
November 18, 2020

Brenda I am so very sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. May God give you strength and comfort during this time of grief. God bless each one of you!

Posted by:
Patricia & Eddy Lumpkins

Posted on:
November 17, 2020

We are so sorry for your loss. Just know that you’re in our prayers. Pooch was such a sweet and caring man and I can just see the joy on his face when he sees Bev!!!!

Posted by:
Kim Winn

Posted on:
November 17, 2020

I helped care for Mr. George at The Village at Allandale. He was a joy and loved his oatmeal pies . Precious. Kim Winn

Posted by:
Jerry and Wanda Lifford

Posted on:
November 17, 2020

Brenda, Mike and Family, We are truly sorry for the loss of Pooch. He was a wonderful, kind man, and special dear friend. Just as you all do, we have many fond memories of our time spent with Pooch; at the baseball field, golf course, the Farmer's Market, and the many times he ate with us when he worked for Clemon's Limousine Service - he would bring me home, and Jerry would have a 'country meal' prepared; we loved having Pooch eat with us! Jerry and Pooch loved to reminisce about their times at the baseball field and golf course with Mike, plus their many other Church Hill friends they grew up around. They shared many laughs about some of their experiences and times spent together. Our thoughts and prayers to each of the family - we love you all, Wanda and Jerry Lifford