So sorry for your loss , Cheryl , and the loss of your family. We will all miss George he was an unique gentleman.
Dedicated to his business and the business and having fun. All the tournament ladies loved George. He will be missed
Cheryl and all his Family....... My deepest sympathies to you all. I'm sorry that I can't give you hugs in person as I'm in Florida with my daughter until early May. I know George is at peace, not suffering any more and is watching and smiling over you all. He was so proud of his family and I can say that I am proud to have known him. Memories of happiness and sadness will last forever and you have many, plus photos to remind you. Love Hugs to you all, Annie Forberg
George I will never forget him ! He was an amazing man and friend! Tall his family I’m very sorry for your loss he will be missed by all he touched!!
George was a very dedicated man whom I got to know related to the Cancer Research Fund (CRF) which he initiated and led. I was on the faculty at the University of Rochester Cancer Center and was the initial contact person who met periodically with George and other leaders of the fund to identify research projects to support. We even met at his bar/restaurant so I got to know many fine folks from the Hilton area. Many discoveries from this support of the CRF resulted in expanding knowledge that was important to ongoing research at U Rochester and many other researchers internationally. No doubt that over the course of the many years of his leadership of the CRF aspects of this research progress benefited many cancer patients.
So, I salute George and the CRF leaders who worked together and the local community who contributed. Thank you!
Thoughts and prayers to the Edelman family. So sorry to hear of George's passing. He was a great guy.
My Prayers go out to you all. George was one of a kind. He had a special place in my heart. He will truly be missed.
Dear Cheryl and family, my dearest sympathy. George will be deeply missed. I was glad to have known him. Always gave me words of encouragement. He once told me ,finding Helen was probably the best thing I did. Prayers .
Margaret, I'm so sorry to read of your brother George's passing. I clearly remember the lunches I ate at the Arlington those many years ago when both your brother and father were in charge.
May his soul rest in peace and in the company of those who have gone before him. Will not be
able to join you as we are still in SC.
Dear Cheryl and family,
Please accept my deepest sympathy in the loss of George and know that my thoughts and prayers are with you all.