George came to us from San Marino, Calif. At Princeton he majored in geological engineering, was president of the Geological Engineering Society his senior year, a member and president of Quadrangle Club, and vice chairman of the Interclub Council.
Following graduation, George earned an MBA from the University of Southern California and then embarked on an IT career, concurrently serving six years in the Army Reserves during the Vietnam War. He retired as the chief information officer and a senior vice president of the Federal Home Loan Bank of San Francisco.
He characterized the most important aspect of his life as coming into a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. He was very committed to his local church. He also enjoyed boar hunting, making apple cider, country music and cowboy hats, studying scripture, mentoring others, and fine coffee.
The class extends its condolences to his wife, Nancy; daughters Elisabeth Busboom and her husband, Don, and Catherine Wofford; grandchildren Torrey, Tucker, Samuel, and Ellie; brother Bill; and sister Carole.