801 Teas Nursery Road
Conroe, Texas, 77303
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Marcia B. George
September 16, 1937 - July 20, 2005

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Tributes Add Your Tribute
By: Sandra (Greenwood) Vines Jan 21, 2015
My favorite teacher of all time. I was very privileged to know her and be taught by her in the VOE class. I loved her.
By: Pat Stone Jul 24, 2005
Pat, while I did not know your sweet wife I think very highly of you. I want you to know you and your family are in our prayers.

Pat Holcomb Stone and Roy Stone
By: Meredith Dwyer-Lewis Jul 22, 2005
My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time. I wish I could have met your mom JG. After reading about her life accomplishments, I lost out on knowing an amazing woman. I know your family is very proud of her and all that she accomplished in life. Use this time to listen and remember what all your family and friends have to say about your mom. Make notes that you can treasure years from now. Memories are amazing and very healing. I can see where you get your spark from JG.

Much love being sent your way,

By: Judy Larson Jul 22, 2005
I loved Marcia. She was positive, upbeat and fun! She had a wonderful sense of humor. Marcia always called me, "Ms. Special". She would say, "You are soooooo spe-cial." Whenever I would see Marcia we would just take right up wherever we left off. I treasure all the beautiful items I bought at her store. The wonderful things that she chose for me will always remind me of her and her precious personality. I grew up in Conroe and in so many ways Marcia is "Conroe" for me--a very important part of the hometown I love. I will always remember her and I will always miss her.
By: Donna Lonon Jul 22, 2005
Pat, Allison and JG,

What fight and determinaton Marcia had. So much like my mom who was diagnosed with cancer in February 2003 and passed away in May of 04. Both had such a sweet spirit through the very rough times. I miss mother daily as you all will miss Marcia, but what a joy in knowing that they are pain free and with our Lord who loves them as they love him. My thoughts and prayers are with you all and the entire family.

By: Vickie Blake-Homman Jul 22, 2005
Born & raised in Conroe, I once babysat for the George's. I will not forget the touching love letters pasted all over the bathroom mirror. My parents were divorced at a young age...that glimpse into their life so many years ago taught me that love does last & grow. Her influence has stayed with me & I am thankful.
By: le'ann Klotz Jul 22, 2005
Mr. George, Alison and John,

Jeff, Klein, Lawson and I want you to know you are in our thoughts and prayers... having lost our Paw Paw just two weeks ago we too are grieving and find comfort in knowing he now has a friend in Heaven. I am thankful for having known Mrs. George and will never forget her sweetness and grace. May God comfort all of you in this time of sadness.

By: Judy Roberty Jul 22, 2005
What a great lady! I have many fond memories of our times together. Know that I will miss Marcia. She was a friend to so many. Wendy and Jeff send their prayers and thoughts to the family, also.
By: Todd Taylor Jul 21, 2005
The cornerstone of the one of the nicest familys I have ever met was Marcia George. Marcia, Pat, Alison and John have treated us like they treat everone, like family. Everwhere I ever went when Marcia was around, she drew a crowd of friends. Everyone knew her, and we loved her. The tears I shed are not for Marcia for she is surrounded by new friends in heaven, they are tears of sorrow and selfisness because of how much I will miss her love, touch, friendship and company. It would be near impossible to find a finer person. We will miss you dearly. Todd Taylor and family
By: Dee Dee Dwyer Jul 21, 2005
My heart goes out to you in the loss of your mother and your wife. What an incredible person she was! She made such a difference in the lives of so many people. J.G.,(John)I love you like a son. You were blessed to have such a special mom. And she did such a great job in raising you to be the wonderful man you are. This is something that helped me when my Daddy died recently: "All that we can know about those we have loved and lost is that they would wish us to remember them with a more intensified realization of their reality. What is essential does not die but clarifies. The highest tribute to the dead is not grief but gratitude." -Thornton Wilder

You are in my thoughts and prayers.

With my deepest sympathy,

Dee Dee Dwyer

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