George R. Lindsay
August 10, 1938 - November 16, 2020
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It’s impossible to summarize or capture the life of George Lindsay in only a few short paragraphs. His life was an example of what he believed in most, a gift from God, and George lived that gift daily to its potential. To say that George was a father, a son, grandfather, brother and friend would…

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Carol Peacher Cross left a message on November 21, 2020:
Barbara, Rick, and Lindsey Children, I was deeply saddened to read of George’s passing. I have known George almost as long as I can remember. He was a good friend of my sister Susan from their youth group at the church. He was such a a good person and so faithful. I will miss him, as I miss your lovely parents. I miss those days when we were all young. I have no doubt they are resting safely and I hope that will comfort you. Your were blessed to have this brother and father. Carol Peacher Cross
Gary & Carolyn Sorrells left a message on November 20, 2020:
Rusty, Lisa & Mindy, We have so many wonderful memories of your dad & family when we were attending Parkview Christian Church. We know you will miss him terribly but take comfort that you know he is with the Lord. We pray God's comfort & peace on all of you.
Shirley Randolph left a message on November 20, 2020:
George was a good friend and teacher. He will be missed.
Wanda Young left a message on November 19, 2020:
Mr.Lindsey was my neighbor for many years. I always enjoyed visiting with him. He was truly a kind man. We always enjoyed talking about our dogs. The last time I was at his home I knocked on the door and he yelled come in. When I opened the door there was Mr. Lindsey sitting in his recliner with Burger curled up in his lap, all 75 pounds of him. They were sharing cheese and crackers. This may sound silly to some but in my mind I can see Burger passing first then patently waiting for Mr. Lindsey to catch up with him and off they went together. I don't think he would have wanted it any other way. He will be missed.
Linda Shelton left a message on November 18, 2020:
George. was my Sunday School teacher and my friend. So many times we have gone out to celebrate birthdays or just eat out. We made several trips to Marionville for peaches until this year. In the obituary it talked about his pride in family. He certainly loved his family. He was always bragging on his grandchildren. I will miss him.
Greenlawn left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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