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George George

George George

Wednesday, July 8th, 2020

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Obituary for George M George

George M. George, 91 of Warwick, passed peacefully on July 8, 2020.

He was the beloved husband of 48 years to Helen George.

He was the son of the late Nancy and Massen George, and brother to the late Raymond and Joseph George.

He was the loving father to Donna George Fiore and husband Jim and Linda George Faber and husband Billy.
He was the proud grandfather to Jaimie Fiore Wilson (Aaron Wilson) and Brittany Faber, and great-grandfather to Cayden and Mason.

George was brother-In-law to Bobby and Linda McElroy and had a very special bond with his many nieces and nephews.

George had two very close step-sons, Richard Pacheco (Rose Lambert) and Anthony Pacheco (Marie Whitty).

He was step-grandfather to Amanda and Anthony Jr. Pacheco (Nicole). George also had 5 step-great grandchildren, Austin, McKenzie, Kylie, Macie and Emma.

George was a man of many talents; singer, comedian, impersonator, guitar, banjo and harmonica player. He loved an audience and would perform at the drop of a hat. He was happiest when he was surrounded by people, he liked being the center of attention.

He began his career as Maitre’d at The New Farm Supper Club in Warwick, where he managed many functions and made many great friends.
From there he moved on to Asquino’s Restaurant in East Providence.
It was here where he was remembered for his Donald Duck Impersonation and his singing skits with long time friend Julio Gionti.
He was quite the entertainer and was always ready to sing a song. His greatest all time favorites were Frank Sinatra’s My Way and New York New York.

George always kept an impeccable garden. He took pride in his gardening skills and never had enough flowers. He loved the Patriots and the Red Sox. Sunday was his “do not disturb day”. George loved life, he loved being with family and he loved showing them off. He was the official toastmaster at special occasions, which he did with his grace and comedy. He loved his trips to Florida to visit friends. George just really loved his friends and family.

A memorial mass in George’s honor will take place at a later date.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to St. Jude Children’s Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place, Memphis, Tn 38105 or online www.stjude.org or to Hope Health Hospice and Palliative Care, 1085 N. Main St., Providence, RI 02904

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Fran (Frances) Paliotta

Georgie was so wonderful. When I was about 9 or 10, “Donald” called me on my birthday one year (he was a good friend of my Dad’s and my Dad had asked him to call me and George was more than happy to oblige). My Dad, Frankie Paliotta, used to play jazz guitar and would always sit-in with Julio and Shorty at Asquino’s. When my father was jamming with them, George would often come and sit with me, keeping me company, chatting, and joking around. By tradition, every night the band played, George closed with the last song and I wouldn’t leave until he sang. Georgie was the best Mâitre D’ ever - no one was the wiser if he was ever in a bad mood because he greeted each guest with warmth and joviality every time... he simply WAS Asquino’s! He was unfailingly sweet and always, always made us all laugh. His memory is certainly alive here.

Sending my deepest condolences with all my heart to you and your family. 💕
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Susan Calestino

"I remember him!!!" I told my husband with a warm smile on my face when I read this. We were on a date in the late 70's at Asquino's and we were waiting for our dinner when George came to the table to entertain us. He grabbed a lemon from the bar and placed a napkin over it, with the four corners twisted and pushed it across the table and it looked like a crab!!! We laughed hysterically and never forgot that night. He was gifted with a golden personality!!! Heaven has been graced with great entertainment. God Bless!!!
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Dennis Paolucci

I was introduced to George by my father who was from the Hill, then I introduced my son to George. I work at ANN&HOPE, George would always come and find me we would laugh and tell jokes. Helen would shop every aisle. I would call my son up “Come to the store George is here”. They would sit for 2 hours. Dear Helen, I will miss seeing you both. Ann&HOPE is closing. One of my favorite memories will always be talking to you and George. With much love and sympathy your friends Donna and Dennis Paolucci.




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Susan Rice

So very sorry to hear of George’s passing. I lived next door to him for a long time in Warwick. He was quite an entertaining guy. Always smiling and quick with a joke. My condolences to Helen, Anthony, Rick and George’s family.
Susan Rice
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Karen E.(Pringle) Celani

Please except my sincere condolences, I have found memories of George, he always made us welcome with a laugh and smile over the years. God bless him and his loving family.
Comment | Posted at 11:42am via Condolence
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