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George Clary

George Wesley Clary

Thursday, November 24th, 1927 - Tuesday, August 6th, 2019
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Chief Master Sergeant USAF (retired) George Wesley Clary age 91 of Bracey, VA passed away August 6, 2019 in Richmond, VA. He was preceded in death by his wife of 66 years Jean Spicer Clary. He is survived by: his three daughters Belinda Snow (Butch) of Colorado, Deborah Crowder (Lewis) USA, and Carla Owen (Cotton) of Bracey, VA , seven grandchildren Eric (Adina), Jeramy (Kari), Michael (Amy), Bryan (Jennifer), John, Taryn (Michael) and Hank, thirteen great-grandchildren Kendra, Kelsie, Isaac, Ethan, Alexia, Bella, Eli, Zac, Cameron, Elliott, Jackson, Quinn and Bailey, his brother Terrance Clary (Doris) of Virginia Beach, VA and their children Brenda, Howard, and Stella, numerous cousins and other family members. He was an Eagle Scout and Ranger with the Boy Scouts of America. He was a meteorologist in the United States Air Force and later worked for the Federal Bureau of Investigations. A private graveside service will be held at Crestview Memorial Park in La Crosse, VA. The Herbert L. Farrar Funeral Home of South Hill, VA is serving the family.
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Tom, Brenda, Megan and Sarah

Posted at 02:45pm
To be planted for my Uncle George, to give life to the planet in his memory!
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Brenda Staab

Posted at 02:35pm
My Uncle George was an amazing uncle, so kind, loving, patient, and generous! He had an amazing heart, and I will treasure so many memories that I have of visiting him, my Aunt Jean, and my cousins throughout the years. He will be greatly missed, and I will be planting trees in his memory, as I know that would be something he would treasure! All my love to all the family! Love, Tom, Brenda, Megan and Sarah

Taryn Crowder

Posted at 07:01pm
My Grandpa was a sweet, funny, caring man.
A few of my favorite memories:
-When I was sick, you came to the rescue with countless grilled cheese sandwiches.
-You used to call me your favorite grand daughter, to which I would quickly reply with “I’m your only grand daughter, Grandpa.”
-Your sarcastic laugh after you made a joke (because you were constantly joking)
- How much you loved me. You always made me feel special and like I could accomplish anything

I’ll carry you with me forever. I love you, Grandpa.

The Castro Family

Posted at 04:03pm
Family is a great treasure to have. Our condolences to the Family of Retired Chief Master Sergeant George Wesley Clary. In honoring him and preserving our planet, we donate a tree for each of his daughters and one for his grand daughter, Taryn. May his love and influence grow and flourish as the trees grow.
Thinking of you and wishing you moments of peace and comfort.
Michael, Ana, and Ceasar
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4 memorial trees were planted in the memory of George Clary — Plant a Tree Now

Sarah B Parker

Posted at 12:30pm
The sweetest gentlest man I know. Had no idea when I was growing up and hanging out with his daughter Carla that he had such an extensive background!! Just knew he was a great dad! I will miss seeing him when he comes to get his weekly pizza at my store!! Condolences to Carla, Debra and Belinda and all his extended family for your loss. You were all truly blessed for having been part of Mr. Clary's legacy.

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