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This memorial website was created in the memory of our loved one, George Sterling Fowlkes who was born in Greenbay, Virginia on September 29, 1943 and passed away on July 25, 2007  in Taylorsville, Georgia at the age of 63. We will remember him forever.

George was a Master Sergent in The United States Air Force were he served for 27 plus years

George and his wife (Jean) owned a small farm. He had a love for animals which was reflected in the care of the farm animals he owned. They were all raised for pleasure.

George was a dedicated husband, father, and grandfather. He left behind his wife (Jean) and 6 children (George Jr., Kim, Chuck, Kelly, Misty, Donnie), 8 grandchildren (Jason,Kyle,Kory,Amanda,Abby,Ashaleigh,Joshua,Jennifer) and 1 Greatgrandchild (Canaan). George also left behind two brothers (Reginald Lenoid Fowlkes his wife Barbara Jean,John Henry Fowlkes and his wife Margie along with a sister-in-law Ruth Fowlkes).Also left was Linda DeFord(sister-in-law),Sharon and Denny Hudson(sister and brother-in-law.)

George was preceeded in death by his mother, Bessie Spencer Fowlkes in 1985 and his father Wharey L. Fowlkes in 1991 and a brother Robert Lewis Fowlkes.

George was a member Of Mt. Tabor Baptist Church. He loved his church family. He was very thankful for his salvation and showed it in his daily life. He knew that God had a plan and he followed it to the end.

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Family Tree
Tributes and Condolences
Memorial Day   / The Maloney's (Kids/Grandkid)
Just wanted to say "Happy Memorial Day"...We Love & Miss you!!! 
Wish you were here   / Sadness
It's been almost a year and the days are still long and the full of sadness. That wonderful ability you had to make us laugh or just even crack a smile no matter how bad it was or how bad we felt is missed more each day. You would be proud, We lift o...  Continue >>
My Promise   / God (His Savior )
And ye now therefore have sorrow: but I will see you again, and your heart shall rejoice, and your joy no man taketh from you.                      ...  Continue >>
Missing You.   / David, Misty &. Kory Maloney (Kids/Grandson)
Well, it's been almost a year and we miss you just as much today as we did the day you left us.  Our faith is strong and I know we'll see you again in Heaven.  Keep looking over all of us.  We love you.
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His legacy
George served in the United States Air Force for 27 years. He served  two tours of duty in Viet Nam. After retiring from the Air Force he became founder and CEO of Affordable Blinds and Shutters,Inc.
George's Photo Album
On the Flight Line
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