George S. Cavadeas

Resided in Escanaba, MI
Died January 4, 2013

Escanaba, MIGeorge S. Cavadeas, age 79, of Escanaba, passed away Friday afternoon, January 4, 2013, with his loving family at his side.

George was born November 3, 1933, in Escanaba, the son of John and Mary (White) Cavadeas. He was raised in Bark River and was a graduate of the Bark River High School. In the early 1950

6 Tributes for “George S. Cavadeas

    Dear Uncle George,
    Thanks for taking the time to come to Virginia & visiting with us. Mama always looked forward to your stays.
    You were most gracious with your time and talents handling all of her handy man items and renovation projects. We all very much appreciated that part of you.

    You and I made good road partners the time we went to the equipment auction in Baltimore. I remember you couldn’t get over the fact that they sold big pieces for major money in less than a minute. And then our trip to Camden Yards to see the Orioles play a night game. I cherish the memory of that visit.

    I’ll never forget the time I wanted you to come for a visit and told you that I would book and pay for your flight to come for a visit,… give you the royal treatment.. It was my first time using . The prompt asked me which City to fly out of, and me not knowing my Michigan geography chose Grand Rapids. Wrong move, Holy Jez !!! You cussed me up one side & down the other!! ” That son-of-a bitch’n airport is 9 @#$% hours away !!!
    I felt terrible and offered to eat the expense & re-book the trip, but you wouldn’t let me pay for my stupidity. You manned-up and made the drive, I’m sure cussing me the whole way to GR. Good Times !


    You will always be remember for being hard core,hot headed but tenderhearted. I loved the way you were so proud of how all of your children turned out to be successful, productive members of society.

    I look forward to seeing you again when it’s my time to enter in to the joy of our Lord and share many more laughs & hugs.

    These memories of you bring me comfort and I’m sure sweet memories from all of those that loved you, will comfort them as well.

    With Love & Respect,
    Your Nephew Jon

    In talking with George on many occasions, I had a great deal of respect for him. I would see George at the stores, cansino, and gas stations! Even though we were not close friends, George helped me through a time of great despair. This was during my divorce to my first wife! George gave me advice that I will never forget! He invited me over to his house and we had a beer and chips and dip, and then proceeded to help me through my toughest times. And to take it one step further, he gave me the name of an attorny who help me get through very tough times! I will never forget George and what he had done for me! Sincerely, Robert Fleetwood, Gladstone, Michigan!

    As did everyone who knew him, I liked George immensely.He was cheerful, caring, and personable. He made me laugh
    and I enjoyed his company. My condolences to his family. I
    Know they’ll miss him.

    So sorry to hear of your passing, God seems to call home the great workers when he needs them. Didn’t have the opportunity to see you in my adult life, but have such warm menories from childhood!

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