Geege was a gifted mechanic. Not too many times when his hands weren’t dirty with grease. He had a great sense of humor, always trying to make people laugh. Quick to lend a hand where and when he could.
Geege had chronic pain, back-hips, which was managed with prescribed medication. When this medication was no longer working, he went to heroin. A very short time later, he was gone.
His son Aaron and his Pomeranian Molly. Geege was proud of Aaron and loved to talk about him, and show his picture to others. He was especially proud of Aaron’s resemblance to him.
I miss Geege in all ways. He was my best friend, companion and a constant in my life for 22 years. I miss our long drives, going out to dinner and shopping together. Our marriage was not doing well before he passed, but I would have always been there for him. He would have always been in my life.
I love you Geege. No matter what. Xoxo
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