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Our condolences and prayers to the Willer family.
Thanks to Gary and Regina Dotson, Anne and I got to meet George and Marilyn, and help work on there tractors a couple of years ago. Thank you Gary and Regina.
Roger and Anne Gillen
The good Lord's blessing, George. Rest in Peace.
"The probability of life originating from accident is comparable to the probability of the unabridged dictionary resulting from an explosion in a printing shop." Edwin Conklin, biologist
He is working on cubs now with out any pain. God bless and look over his family
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Sincere condolences to the Willer family.
May the Lord comfort and strengthen the Willer family at the loss of George. I never knew him, but sounds like he touched many, many lives.
Everyone has only one life to live on this earth; make it count for His glory.
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Like so many here, I only got to meet George in-person one time; at the first Cub-Arama. I got spend the better part of one afternoon talking to George about cubs. As many of you know, the first cub I got was a first year lo-boy, which we still have. In the process of figuring out what color to paint it, I somehow transposed the serial number to make it a '57, not a '55. I decaled and painted the lo-boy as a '57 and, during our visit at the first Cub-Arama, George asked me why I had done that. I told him what had happedend with the serial number mix-up and remarked to him, "I really like the way it looks, but I know I have messed it up big time". George's reply was, "No, you didn't....it is your tractor...paint it the color that you like!"
George will be missed by all of us here, but the memories we have of him, and his knowlege and wisdom, will live on in all of us. Rest in peace, George.
"Never forget where it is you come from, or you may find yourself someplace you don't want to be"
George, you've been through more these last couple years than most people do their entire life. Now you can rest. Thanks for teaching and mentoring all of us. Prayers go out to the Marilyn and the family.
When I told my dad I've been misplacing things and doing stupid stuff----His reply---"It only gets better"
RIP in George! Prayers sent out to the family!
Never met George in person, but after being a member here for so many years I can't help but feel like I knew him. I learned so much from George, reading his insights over the years, long before I bought my first Cub. No doubt that George is now reaping his rewards for the many good seeds he has planted over the years. Our prayers are with his family...
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My sincere condolences to the Willer family and friends. Like many I never met George but felt a connection through the Cub Family, a true testament to the influence he had on so many.
Yes, there must be tractors in heaven, and George will be at peace.
Rest in Peace George,
I am so saddened to by this.
I had a chance to meet George when I first got my Cub. He was so eager to share his wisdom, time, and sense of humor.
Sorry to hear that so many of you lost a good friend. Rest in Peace Mr. Willer
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