In Memory

George Cullicott

George Cullicott

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03/10/12 02:48 PM #1    

Alan Swanson

George, you left us many years ago under tragic circumstances. You were a wonderful friend at Washington Irving School and during the 4 years at OPRFHS. I fondly remember your column in the Trapeze newsletter: "Socrates Suggests". I always looked forward to reading this humorous entry. I am sure there are many former classmates who miss you. I sure do.         Alan Swanson

04/02/12 04:21 PM #2    

Mary Lou Vasey (Staehle)

Like Alan Swanson, I too have fond memories of George. Mostly my memories are while at Irving school.  His smile and sense of humor will always be remembered.  To this day I smile when ever I think of him.

Mary Lou (Vasey) Staehle


05/27/12 03:31 PM #3    

Roy Fowles

I played hundreds of coin shuffle board games sitting across the lunchroom table from George.  Quick wit and great laugh and an unforgettable smile win or lose.

R Fowles

07/19/12 11:07 PM #4    

Carol Eifrig (Silverman)

George was my partner in chemistry lab.  If it had not been for him, I doubt I would have passed my labs!  We had Mr. Lilley, an exchange teacher from England.  It took me a semester to even figure out that when Mr. Lilley did calculations and said "naught", he meant "zero".  Thank you, George, for all your help!  George was such a smart guy with a fun personality.  We had a riot in chemistry together!  What a guy!

10/02/12 05:00 PM #5    

Patricia Mitchell (Tebbe)

George was editor and I was assistant editor of Tabula.  I'm not sure how we managed to put it out as George had us laughing all the time.  It probably was lots of work but I just remember it being fun!  Perhaps it is true that only the good die young.  I am sure you are bringing laughter somewhere, George.

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