Daniel George, 63, unexpectedly passed away June 15th, 2023 in Bernville, PA. His loss is deeply mourned by his loving wife, Eileen (Relleva) George, his daughters, Jennifer George, Katelyn George, and Cassandra George. As well as his beloved grandson Greyson George and siblings Ira George, Wally George, Johnny George and Barbara George.
Born on June 9, 1960 in Philadelphia to predeceased Marion (Kavanaugh) George and Walter George. Dan lived life with a sense of humor and compassion for everyone that crossed paths with him. Dan had a passion for cooking. Cooking was most certainly his love language. Dan loved to share food with others, learn about food and collect any kitchen appliance he could. That enthusiasm was contagious to all who knew him.
He will be remembered for his enormous heart, infectious laugh, unique sense of humor, humility, and incredible selflessness. Anyone that knew Dan knew he was unapologetically himself to anyone he met. He made you feel like he knew you for years rather than moments. He was a giver but never a taker. He did whatever he could to help anyone who asked. He extended his compassion and support to others even if it meant leaving himself with nothing
A memorial service to celebrate the life of Dan will be held on Saturday, June 24, 2023, at the Dengler Funeral Home, 144 N. Spruce St, Birdsboro, PA from 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM. Friends and family are invited to join in paying their respects.
Donations can be made in honor of Dan to support his wife, Eileen, through GoFundMe (https://www.gofundme.com/f/george-family-fundraiser). To add to an already stressful circumstance, Dan’s passing unfortunately left a financial burden on his family. Please help support the George family adjust to the needs surrounding his passing and adjustment to life without his contribution. The goal is to ease the financial burden of Dan’s passing to allow his wife and family to focus on healing emotionally. Please keep Dan’s friends and family in your thoughts and prayers.
As we bid farewell to Dan, let us carry his memory in our hearts, cherishing the moments we shared and the impact they had on our lives.