Our deepest condolences. We would see George walk up and down Petman and Soudan rain or shine , snow or sunshine and would always have a smile on his face . Our Great Dane Sterling would always give him a familiar sniff and always be very gentle with George. Rest In Peace.
It was with great sadness that we heard of George's passing.
George was always a great patient and someone whom I would look forward to seeing over the years.
Myself and the staff of the office always looked forward to both of you visiting us with your warm smiles and sunny disposition to life regardless of circumstances.
Truly Jennifer , you and George were a great couple and a very welcome addition to the acquaintances in my life.
George will be missed. You are of course we will hopefully connect with in the near future.
You are loved.
Dr. Robert Graham
and the Staff of The Dental Office
Professor Rigg was the generous and forgiving instructor for my small graduate course in History and Structure of the English Language, a rigorous introduction to Old English for, mostly, bewildered twentieth-century lit students who had previously avoided pre-Chaucerian exposure in 1998. He sighed over us--I can't have been the only one who failed every weekly quiz, yet mysteriously passed the course--but drilled us so thoroughly that the words "nominative, accusative, genitive, dative" still occasionally pass through my mind. So many thanks for a brilliant, kindly, mentor of many generations of students.