Theseus ‘Theo’ George Obituary, Death Notice and Service Information

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Theseus ‘Theo’ George Obituary, Death – After a long and courageous fight against leukemia, Theseus ‘Theo’ George, who was 90 years old, passed away in a calm and serene manner on December 27, 2023. Theo was a person who never stopped learning and was not afraid to share his expertise with anyone who was willing to listen to him. In 1946, Theo immigrated to the United States from Greece, where he was a poor villager. Since then, he has constructed an incredible life for himself in the United States. It was him and his two brothers who were responsible for the establishment of a family enterprise that extended from the Northeast to the Midwest.

Theo’s intense allegiance to his family was unwavering. He had a high IQ, put forth a lot of effort, and was a passionate bodybuilder (he won the title of Mr. New York in 1954). To his two grandkids, Theo cherished the role of “Papou” more than anything else in the world. Additionally, he enjoyed going to the gym, playing chess, and imparting his knowledge of Greek mythology to anybody he came in contact with. His devoted wife, Judy Allen George, his granddaughter, Danielle George, his brother, Stefanos George, his cousin, Voula Aronson, his mother, Anastasia George, and his father, Jordan George, all passed away before Theo made his debut into the world.

His son, Eric George, his daughter-in-law, Anne Creech George, his grandkids, Cassandra and Alexander George, his brother, Nick George, his sister, Dawn Xanthoudakis, and his numerous nieces and nephews, as well as their children, are among those who are able to carry on his legacy. Theo was a man of great strength, intelligence, care, self-assurance, dedication, wit, gregariousness, and a never-ending sense of humor. Everyone who had the privilege of knowing him will miss him terribly. Throughout the past two years, Theo has been cared for by the great personnel at The Residence at Glastonbury, also known as The Hearth. The family would like to express their gratitude to all of them. Instead of sending flowers, the family requests that you consider making a donation to the American Cancer Society.