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George J. Barron

Born: Thu., Mar. 15, 1945
Died: Thu., Jul. 11, 2019


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George J. Barron

 

 

George J. Barron, 74, of Nesquehoning passed away Thursday evening at St. Luke’s Miners, Coaldale.

 

George was born in Tamaqua on March 15, 1945.  

 

He was the late Florence (Schaffer) and Harold Barron. 

 

George was the husband of Eileen (Rehatchek) Barron.    

 

George was a graduate of Tamaqua High School, Class of 1963.  

 

He played semi pro football for the Philadelphia Eagles in 1963.

 

George was last employed as a general foreman for Air Products, Bethlehem.

 

He was a social member of American Legion-Coaldale.

 

He is preceded in death by his parents and sister Carol Stauffenberg.

 

In addition his wife George is survived by; brother Harold Barron husband of Joan, Hometown; daughter Michelle Ann Edens, WV; mother in law Helen Rehatchek, Nesquehoning.

 

He is also survived by his 2 grandchildren Zachary and Brooke Edens and 4 great grandchildren Mahayla, Delaney, Leo and Eva Edens.

 

Services and internment will be private at the family’s request.

 

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Robert Schaeffer
   Posted Sat July 13, 2019
What a great friend big George funny guy he will be missed

Jeff Seng
   Posted Mon July 15, 2019
George was a great guy to work with. Always willing to do what it took to get the job done. You will be missed by many. Rest in Peace and God Bless

Anna Mary Milot Slatington,
   Posted Mon July 15, 2019
Dear Eileen & Family,
George was a friend to many & a member of the Tamaqua Area Class of 1963. He was an Outstanding Athlete in every sport he participated in, be it Football, Basketball, Track or Baseball. He loved playing & doing his best. We the classmates of 1963 will miss him, but are glad he no longer is in pain & disabled from enjoying life to the fullest. God Bless you all with many great memories of this very special man. We, his classmate & friends, will carry his memory in our hearts.

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