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George Neal

Neal George

George R. Neal of Goodyear, Arizona died November 6, 2022 at the age of 64. He was born March 20, 1958 in Yakima, Washington to Jerry Lee Neal and Greta Huettner, both of whom predeceased him.

George was an upbeat, dependable, and loving husband, father, and friend. He was known as a “doer” who was always taking care of everyone else first. He loved “dad jokes,” pickleball, anything science fiction, and 70’s music. He was active in his church and always enjoyed watching the Seahawks and Cardinals play.

George’s proudest accomplishment were his family and kids. He was always there for them when they needed him the most. He was married to his wife for 35 years, which felt like winning the lottery to her.

George is survived by his wife, Jennifer Neal; son, Jerry Neal; daughter, Shasta Neal; and brothers, Jim Neal and Tom Neal. He also leaves behind his beloved dog, Sammy.

A funeral service will be held  at 1pm, Tuesday, December 6 at the Church of Litchfield Park (300 North, Old Litchfield Rd, Litchfield Park, Arizona 85340) with Pastor Lynn officiating .

7 Comments on “George Neal

  1. Jennifer, I am so sorry to hear about the loss of George. He was such a great friend, colleague, and mentor. Our thought and prayers for you and the family.

  2. George was an amazing individual Always there when you needed him Always there with solutions
    Always a special approach to life and challenges
    I will miss him always

  3. Jennifer, Patricia and I are so sorry to hear the news. Not only was he a colleague and friend, but to us he was a brother.
    The world has lost a great person. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the family.

  4. So sorry for your loss.. George was larger than life in so many ways and seemed to always be there when you needed him most. He was a friend and leader and never too busy to chat. I have fond memories of my time working with George at CE. He is in a better place now but leaves so many friends behind.. Love you man !

  5. George was the ultimate class act; if we were doing a project where he was the project manager, we knew it was an honor to be able to spend several months on the road with him. He loved his fantasy football.
    He spoke glowingly of his family and through his descriptions, you felt you already knew them.
    George was a great friend and will be sorely missed.

  6. I worked with George many years ago at Corporate Express. He always pushed me to be more effective, and supported me along my career later after we both left CE. He was a true mentor. My condolences to the family and those he left behind. God Bless.

  7. Shasta and Jennifer, I am so sorry for your loss. I cannot imagine the pain of losing a father. I wish there was more I could do to be there for you during this time. Know that you are loved and in my thoughts!

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