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GEORGE ALVIN RUSSELL HALL
Born: Jun 07, 1958
Date of Passing: Apr 19, 2020Send Flowers to the Family Offer Condolences or Memory
GEORGE ALVIN RUSSELL HALL
Left to cherish his memory is his daughter Sylvia Pongratz, whom he loved so very much, and Colleen Magnusson, his sweetheart of 16 years, along with his favourite brother Arthur, and George and Colleen's siblings and their spouses.
He was predeceased by his parents, Alvina and Percy, as well as some of his siblings. He was the second youngest of 23.
George was a big part of his family. He's been there through it all, seen it all, and heard it all!
George was blessed with a huge family full of step-grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and their children, and their babies, whom he loved with his whole heart! Their eyes would light up when Uncle George was around! He always left them laughing!
Even though he hadn't drank for almost
forty years, you wouldn't know it!! He was
always the life of the party! George had a quick wit and a sarcastic remark when
needed. He was very loving, caring, and
kind-hearted, and would go out of his way when help was needed. He lived by the truth and a handshake would seal a deal. George worked hard his whole life, and never left a job unfinished. He loved his Winnipeg Jets and his Die-Cast car collection, along with his love for a good ride under his steering wheel on his way to his favourite fishing spot.
George will be missed dearly.
George had worked many years at Palliser Furniture when he was younger, before he moved on to Quantas Flooring, where he had worked until his passing.
We extend our heartfelt gratitude to the ambulance staff for their quick response, and to the emergency staff of the Selkirk &
District General Hospital for their genuine care and compassion, and to Interlake
Cremation and Memorial Services in Selkirk for their sincere kindness in this sad time. They are all truly appreciated.
Due to social distancing, a celebration of George's life will be held at a later date.
R.I.P. George... Until we meet again.
We love you!
Arrangements entrusted to
Interlake Cremation & Memorial Services.
As published in Winnipeg Free Press on Apr 25, 2020
Condolences & Memories (7 entries)
I remember when we all went out bike riding in the early 70s . There was 5 of us on bikes, we had a lot of fun, meeting you was awesome. Miss you bro. Bless you, RIP til we meet again - Posted by: Richard Czuba (Friend) on: Jun 24, 2020
Sorry to hear of your loss Colleen. Georges was a great guy and will be missed. - Posted by: Dale Hrabi (Acquaintance ) on: May 03, 2020
Colleen, sorry for your loss, - Posted by: Angie Gregoire (Friend) on: Apr 30, 2020
Uncle George thanks so much for making me feel special when ever we were together you had a big heart that showed in your eyes an smile. Your my god father and you always will be. Your with everyone I hold dear on my heart forever especially my mom. I love you uncle George. I'll never forget you! - Posted by: Charley Wiebe (God daughter and niece ) on: Apr 28, 2020
I met George 20 years ago through work and we did business for the 20 years. George was a class act, always wanting to do the job to highest standard. He had a crazy sense of humor, probably why we got along so well. I will miss George a lot. R.I.P. my friend - Posted by: Don Desjardine (Friend) on: Apr 25, 2020
Thank you for all the great memories uncle George, I love you and will miss you always, say hello to my mom and grandma and grandpa for me , watch over us all ... until we meet again xoxo love always your little Angel. - Posted by: Angelina Hall (Niece ) on: Apr 25, 2020
Words cannot express the sadness everyone is feeling with your loss Colleen and family. With this Covid-19 and the fact that we can’t be with you at this difficult time. Uncle George will be missed with that silly smile he had and yep even that laugh. If there’s anything we can do please don’t hesitate to ask. Please accept our deepest Condolences on the loss of Uncle George. Love you Sherry and Jay - Posted by: Sherry (Niece ) on: Apr 25, 2020
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