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George Lincoln Stallman Jr. ’30

Published in Jan. 26, 1994, issue

GEORCE STALLMAN DIED Oct. 29, 1993, of a massive heart attack, despite the fact that he had been doing extremely well recently.

George was born in York, Penn., Apr. 2, 1908, the son of the late Mace (Brilliart) Stallman. For many years, he managed the family business, C. H. Stallman & Son. In 1968, he bought Ettline Foods Corp. and retired as owner and manager in 1982.

He became very much interested in the theater and with others was involved with the purchase of the York Little Theater, which was having difficulties at the time. He served two terms as president of the board of governors and for many years was a capital fundraiser.

He also pitched in as an actor in 35 productions, with parts in LADY WINDERMERE'S FAN in 1933 and BRIGADOON in 1966. He was best known for playing t e part of Willy Loman in DEATH OF A SALESMAN. His daughter, Linda Stallman Gibson, noted that the theater was a "constant event in his life." The Stallman Auditorium in York Little Theater bears his name.

George prepared for Princeton at Worcester Academy and the Hun School. He was on the swimming and soccer teams and a member of the Debating Society, the yearbook, and the Y.M.C.A. as well as the Glee Club. At Princeton, he won his numerals in soccer and baseball. He was also a member of the Philadelphian Society Cabinet, Clio Hall, and Cloister.

George leaves a son, George L. "Ben" Stallman III; a daughter, Linda Stallman Gibson; four grandchildren, and a greatgranddaughter. To each of them, the class extends its deepest sympathy.

The Class of 1930

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