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Sad news... My condolences to Marilyn and all of you that have known George as a friend and mentor.
I FIRST MET G.W. AT ALBIE'S FIRST CUBFEST----I WAS AMAZED AT HIS VAST
KNOWLEDGE OF SO MANY SUBJECTS ( NOT JUST INTEREST BUT KNOWLEDGE
OF THE SUBJECT ) --VERY INTELLIGENT MAN-------
MY CONDOLENCES TO THE WILLER FAMILY------
HANG IN THERE MARILYN IT WILL GET BETTER-----
Wow... I have been away from the forum for quite a bit and didn't see this announcement until I got a PM that brought me back to the forum. This is truly sad news. I met George in person only once and that was in Ohio when he single-handedly taught me how to adjust the valves on MerlinCub when I got him. Really sad to hear of his loss, but I am certain that he is in a much better place now...with no pain and no illness...
Praying for eternal rest for George and comfort to Marilyn...
Mike in La Crosse, WI
Mike in Gibsonia, PA
We will miss you George. God Bless
David, Alicia and Sydney
I may be old but I got to see all the cool bands
Condolences and prayers to the Willer family! Dusty & Janas Burton
Grandpa's '41 B
'51 Super C
'55 Case SC
Fairbanks-Morse 3KW Generator
Dad's DB garden tractor
'31 "A Coupe
'51 Ford PU
'55 Dodge PU
God looks out for those of us who don't know how to look out for ourselves!
i was going to dig up my photo of George, BD, Country, and John, but i see it's already posted. way back on page 1. Rest in peace, George, it's good to have known you. My condolences to Marilyn.
'If they're tappin', they're not burnin'
I, too, have not had the pleasure of meeting Mr. George, but he has helped me quite a bit when I bought my first cub and didn't know anything about tractors. Mr. George made me feel welcome to the forum and unafraid to ask what I thought were "stupid" questions. My condolences to his family, he will be truly missed.
Have not been on the forum in a very long time. Don't know what caused me to check it today. Like most I never met him but we e-mailed some. He was a very smart fellow in lots more then just Cubs. Prayers already said for his family.
Young man for work, old man for advice
I am so sorry to hear about Mr. George. Please give Ms. Marilyn and the family my deepest sympathy and let them know my prayers are still with them.
Rest in peace, Mr. George. You will never be forgotten!!
rest in peace brother , i am glad to have met a person of your stature ..
1955 intrnational lo-boy w/ fasthitch, 1960 farmall cub w/fathitch .fasthitch moleboard ,disk,carryall rotovator,54a blade,I.H. 1ooo loader , Syms all wheather cab. PROUD MEMBER OF THE 500 CLUB LO-BOY THAT IS . 1972 154 lo boy
A Good man and a man's man and a friend. Rest in peace George. We will all miss you
Pictures of George
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"The time you spend making sure you are safe is probably the most productive time you can spend!"
I met George at BigDog's, and it only took 5 minutes to see that he was a fine gentleman and that I wished I knew half of what George forgot about tractors; engines and shop knowledge in general.
It was also immediately apparent he and Marilyn shared something few get to in this world, hence, the two-seater Cub. It's the little things isn't it?
He will be missed by many.
Prayers of strength and peace to the Willer family as they go through their time of loss.
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