Glenn R. George Death, Obituary – Glenn R. George, who had been a resident of Neffs, Pennsylvania, passed away on the first day of December in 2022 at the Lehigh Valley Hospice (Inpatient) facility in Allentown. Glenn R. George was a native of Pennsylvania. He had 74 years under his belt. Before they got divorced, he had been married to his wife Joanne M. (Scharl) George for a combined total of 55 years when she passed away. During those 55 years, they had been married.
On April 2, 1948, Glenn J. George made his debut into the world in Northampton. Before their baby was born, both of his parents, Edwin J. George, Jr. and Salome B. (Kern) George, went away from their illnesses. Their child’s name was Glenn J. George. During the time of the Vietnam War, he served his country honorably in the United States Air Force. He carried himself with dignity and respect throughout his service. He took great satisfaction in the fact that he had served his nation in the military. Glenn was employed by Air Products & Chemicals Inc. as an assembler for the entire 45 years leading up to his retirement in 2011. During those years, Glenn worked his way up through the ranks of the company. For a good number of years, the Neffs Union United Church of Christ congregation was able to count him as an active member of the church.
In addition to his devoted wife Joanne, he is survived by his son Earl P. George and his wife Jeanine Villano-George of Walnutport; his grandson Anthony T. George, who is getting close to completing his studies at Villanova University; his sister Sandra Rex of Slatington; a niece, two nephews, and a great-niece and great-nephew; and a great-niece and great-nephew.
The funeral ceremonies are set to begin at one o’clock in the afternoon and will take place in the afternoon. Funeral services will be place on Thursday, December 8, 2022 at the Heintzelman Funeral Home, Inc. in Schnecksville, which is located at 4906 Route 309; the date and time of the service have not yet been determined. The Reverend Kris P. Snyder is going to preside over the ceremony as the officiant, as was previously mentioned. Tonight, between the hours of 6:30 and 8:00 pm, friends and family of the deceased are welcome to convey their condolences to the departed and provide their support. On Wednesday, between the hours of twelve and one in the afternoon, this will take place. The day is Wednesday.