George Glines Obituary, Death – This past week saw the demise of two beautiful people: a delightful farmer and a good friend of mine. Both had lived full lives and will be missed. George Glines lost his brave battle against cancer precisely one week ago today, after undergoing a relatively brief and effective round of treatment for his condition. Agricultural endeavors are carried out on the sloping acres that are available.
The first time I actually spoke to George was when I started working for him at the beginning of my first year of college. It was a relief to finally get the opportunity to converse with him. He was an exceptionally fascinating individual. George possesses an exceptional level of patience, which is one of the many qualities that contribute to making him one of the most lovely people with whom I’ve ever had the honor to engage in discussion.
He had patience with his elderly father, his younger employees, and his younger employees who had less experience. He was also patient with his younger employees who had less experience. His father, along with some of his younger employees, and even some of his younger employees themselves, all possessed less experience. George possessed an incredible ability for tolerance as well as an undying affection for each and every one of his offspring.
This includes his offspring as well as his children’s offspring, grandchildren, nieces and nephews, cousins, and the offspring of his friends. In addition to his own children and mine, he loved each and every one of his descendants with an unending passion and possessed an extraordinary capacity for patience. Everyone who had the privilege of being able to call George a friend and coworker will think fondly of him and pray that he is now at rest now that he has passed away.