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1946 - 2023

I heard about the passing of George Entz not long ago. Sorry we missed this obit. We used to live close by to the Entz family. George was a very nice person and am sure he is missed. Rob and I had not seen him in a while and his duaghter told me about his passing. May he be a blessing to all who knew George.

Posted by Ellen & R0b Lerner on April 9, 2024

I knew George for about 15 years, and enjoyed his company. He had a great sense of humor, and liked to laugh. A darned nice guy. My sincere condolences to his family. Tim Luce

Posted by Tim Luce on March 9, 2023

Many a fond memory of George do I have. The memories that stick out the most though are his pride in being a Dad and then a Grampy. From the very start of Alex's life, the love George had and the times that they shared together will be what I think of. From watching planes, to rides in the care, to having breakfast and working on trains, George was in. I can remember tag teaming with him sometimes to look after baby boy (the dropping off and picking up) when Amy was working. Just a good all around guy who always took the time to ask how you were. You leave a big hole Grampy. Thankfully there are beautiful memories to look upon. Sending the Entz family as much love and healing vibes as I can. {{{HUGS}}}

Posted by Kris Angevine on March 8, 2023

My heart is broken. George was such a GREAT dad. Sending tight hugs to Amy, Laurie and Alex! Love you guys

Posted by Dania Langley on March 8, 2023

George was a wonderful person with a great sense of Humor. A hard working family man who loved his wife Carole, Daughters Amy and Lauire and his grandson Alexander. George had a BIG smile and big heart. The Phoenix Relatives send our condolences and blessings to Amy, Lauire, and Alexander. RIP George. Love to all The Fannings

Posted by Donald C Fanning on March 8, 2023

I have many memories one of my favorites is when we all went to Penn State. It was the 1st time I ever tailgated and what a blast. Then the best Bloody Mary, your dad said I would love it (cuz I didn’t like tomato juice) he was right the only time I loved it. He was full of life and could always make you smile. I’m so sorry , I know y’all are hurting. Know he is at peace and with the love of his life once again. Love y’all wish I was there to hug y’all. You are in my prayers.

Posted by Laura Gayden on March 8, 2023

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