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Phillip C George

December 15, 1983 - October 14, 2020

U.S. Veteran

Phillip Carl George
December 15, 1983 – October 14, 2020

Phillip was born at Naval Hospital Bremerton and graduated from Bremerton High School. Many of Phillip’s years were spent here in Bremerton but he also traveled abroad with the Army. He was proud to serve his country and always remained a steadfast champion for his family (both blood relatives and those he chose to love as family). He lived briefly in Florida where he enjoyed the ample sunshine and friends he spent time with. His recent return placed him back near his family where he planned to settle in. He appeared to be healthy and happy but suddenly died from a heart attack while working for Hunt Industries on Bangor Base.

He is survived by Bill George (aka Dado), Pam George (aka Momma Bear), Billy George (always his hero), Cami Guzman (niece and bestie), Tristan George (nephew-the TMan), Archer George (nephew), Norma Tompkins (Grandmama), Christine George (aka Auntie Bluebell), Don Wiseman (Uncle), Sunny Wiseman (Great-Niece), as well as many others related by family and friendship.

Phillip enjoyed a diverse array of hobbies and activities that included reading, Martial Arts (he earned a Black Belt in Taekwondo), collecting weaponry, assembling and painting Warhammer/Space Marine Figurines, drawing (he was actually quite talented), Cooking (this he was also very good at), telling elaborate stories (his true talent), and sharing his time with family and friends. His favorite holiday, by far, was July 4th when he could be found with an ear to ear smile while setting off fireworks {safe but the bigger the better, right buddy??} So, PLEASE, instead of remembering his birthdate or death date with sadness (he wouldn’t want that) remember him with as pictured above on July 4th and celebrate his eternal peace.

Your life mattered, Phillip, and you will be missed by many. Instead of flowers we encourage family and friends to make memorial donations in Phillip’s honor to one of the following:
American Heart Association (AHA: www2.heart.org)
Iraq & Afghanistan Veterans of America (IAVA: https://donate.iava.org)

We welcome your favorite stories, memories, and comments regarding Phillip. Just add them below in the comments section. Then “Carry On” for he was not about falling and staying down. Oh no, he was about standing strong and moving onward.

To our son, brother, grandson, uncle, nephew, and friend all our hearts are broken but …
Good Byes are not forever.
Good Byes are not the end.
They simply mean I’ll miss you
Until we meet again!

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