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Eddie George

Eddie E. George

Thursday, August 3rd, 1950 - Thursday, June 11th, 2020
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Obituary

Eddie Eugene George, 69, of Syracuse, KS passed away on June 11, 2020. He was born on August 3, 1950, in Clinton, Oklahoma, the son of Emerson E. George and Shirley L. Collier.
Eddie was a proud 1972 graduate of Fort Hays State University and went on to a long career in the feedlot business as well as operating his farm in Syracuse, where he resided with wife of 40 years, Brook Hughs. Eddie enjoyed spending time tinkering around the farm and studying as much family and regional history as possible. He was a caring husband, father, grandfather, and friend to many.
Eddie was preceded in death by his parents. Survivors include wife, Brook, daughter Cheyenne and husband Tim Strunk of Wamego, KS; one granddaughter, Emerson, another grandchild due in September; Uncle Bill and Aunt Rosa Collier of Taloga, OK; Aunt Pauline Fahle of Taloga, OK; and numerous friends and extended family members.
A celebration of life service will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday, June 16, at the Coolidge Gym 501 Santa Fe, Coolidge, KS. In lieu of flowers and in line with Eddie’s wishes, memorial contributions may be made to his grandchildren’s education fund in care of Garnand Funeral Home, 412 N. 7th Street, Garden City, Kansas 67846
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Glenn Hartshorn

Posted at 09:09am
Eddie was my solid OU Sooner fan cohort. We talked sooner football over the years, along with farming, politics, and life in general. I will greatly miss visiting with Eddie. Every OU/KSU game Carol and I attended in Manhattan, we ran into Brook and Eddie.

Linda Todd

Posted at 06:25pm
lifting youre family up in prayers linda todd and family
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Norman Clark

Posted at 07:06pm
Eddie I will miss you. I have lots of great memories. The private trip you took me on to SW Hamilton County, where I learned all kinds of things. We exchanged books. You and Brooke went with us a couple of years ago to the Battle Canyon site, when the Northern Cheyenne returned to the site. You came to Deerfield and talked to the 4th and 5th graders about he was related to both sides at Battle Canyon(US Army Scout and the Cheyenne Indians.
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