George R. Beers Sr. age75, of Broadview Heights,
passed away peacefully November 2, 2021.
He now joins his wife Suzanne (nee Bailey)
his “Suzy Q” who passed in 2011.
A proud U.S. Army Veteran and loving father of
Rob and Fredrick (Jaque).
Devoted grandfather of his “little buddies” Austin and Ezekiel.
Dear brother of Shirley Syfert, uncle and friend of many.
All will miss his contagious laughter and sense of humor.
After 26 years of duty, and retiring as a Sargent 1st Class,
George loved this country and would go out of his way to thank
a fellow serviceman while proudly wearing his veteran hat.
He left his mark in this world, at 19 he was credited with
Saving the life of a 4 year old child. George was at the laundromat,
and was approached by scared screaming children
who explained their brother was drowning in a pond nearby,
George jumped into action and ran
to the pond, dove in and saved little Andy Rodriguez,
he then went back to the laundromat and continued with his laundry.
Known to be a deal seeker, he loved a good garage sale.
Ohio State lost a faithful fan with George’s passing and
all the ladies lost an unbashful flirt
“nothing ventured, nothing gained” was his motto.
George had a sweet tooth and a way of making every
situation fun with his sarcasm, wit and generosity.
After living a majority of his life in the Lancaster area,
George moved to the Cleveland area to live with his son
Fredrick and his wife Jaque.
Funeral services for Lancaster family and friends will be held
11am, Wednesday, November 10th
at FAITH MEMORIAL CHURCH
2610 West Fair Ave.
Lancaster, OH 43130
where family and friends will gather from 10am until time of services.
Pastor Jonathan W. Morgan will be officiating.
Funeral services for the Cleveland area will be at
4pm Thursday November 11th,
at the CANNON CATAVOLOS FUNERAL HOME
6953 W130th St. Parma Heights,
where the family will receive friends from 2pm until time of services.
Burial will be at 11am Friday November 12th at the
Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery in Rittman, OH.
In lieu of flowers, those who wish may contribute to
the Soldier’s Wish Foundation, PO Box 2396 Tulsa, OK 74101.
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