LOGANVILLE, Ga. – Clois Dale George, 76, of Loganville, GA, went to be with the Lord on April 23, 2016. Clois was born March 26, 1940 in West Prairie Township, Poinsett, AR. He grew up in Arkansas but also lived in Michigan, Ohio and finally Georgia. One of Clois’s first jobs was as a route truck driver for Stim-U-Plant. By the time he finished his career there he had worked his way up to national sales manager. He was a member of the Masons and his hobbies included hunting, fishing, camping and boating. He loved to have large family gatherings at his home and was always happy to see new friends be brought along. Clois was a member of Faith Community Church of Grayson. Married on July 3, 1986 in Lawrenceville, GA, he is survived by his loving and devoted wife of 30 years, Carol. Clois is survived by his seven children: Mike Brunton of Columbus, OH; Regina Bunn (Tim) of Burlington, KY; Dale George (Kathy) of Crawfordville, GA; Gordon Mills (Marilyn) of Winder, GA; Joyceann Solomon (Jeff) of Bold Springs, GA; Lisa Reynolds (Ken) of Bethlehem, GA; Phillip George (Tammy) of Loganville, GA. He is also survived by his siblings: Lendol George (Ginny) of Lapeer, MI; Jean Ahart of Fort Smith, AR; Jack George (Wanda) of Vilonia, AR. His legacy is the many grandchildren he leaves behind: Tony George, Wally Brunton, Chrissy Baker, Shelly Reynolds, Tiffany Page, Rachel Abbott (Brandon), Cory Solomon, Ivy Bonner, Echo Mills, Cody Solomon, Dylan Bunn, Michael Brunton, Sydney Boyd, Cady Solomon, and Great-Grandchildren. Preceded in death by parents: Alton Ray & Addie Hazel George of Newport, AR; brother-in-law Clifton (Cliff) Ahart of Fort Smith, AR; grandsons Joshua & Jeremie Page of Lawrenceville, GA. A memorial service will be held at 4:00 P.M. on Wednesday, April 27, 2016 at Wages and Sons Gwinnett Chapel with pastor Steve Mason officiating. The family will receive friends prior to the service from 2:00 P.M. until 4:00 P.M. at Wages and Sons Gwinnett Chapel, 1031 Lawrenceville Hwy., Lawrenceville, GA, 770-277-4550. Online condolences can be expressed at www.wagesandsons.com

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  1. I am so sorry, clois was such a wonderful person,he was such a joy to be around made me feel just like family ,I will miss him I love all the George family,some of the best people god ever put on earth

  2. We are so sorry for your loss. Clois was a special man — he will be greatly missed! Much love to all of you.

  3. So sorry for your loss. May God be with the family during this hard time. You will be missed.

  4. I am so sorry to hear this news. I had the great pleasure of getting to know Clois at our hunting camp in Washington ga. He always told the best stories and had the funniest jokes over the campfire. He was an avid outdoorsman, good friend and family man. He will be missed

  5. I am very sorry for your loss. I had the pleasure of spending great times at hunting camp with Clois. He was a very positive man who always offered a warm greeting and great conversation when we would see him. He was a tremendous story teller and will be missed greatly in the fall around the campfire. Rest in peace Clois.

  6. Our thoughts and prayers are with the entire family during this time of sadness. Love you all, and wish had gotten to know Clois better; he was a good, kind and fun person to have met.

  7. Clois was one of the greatest cousins ever. He was always a Handsome fun guy. Will miss talking to him on here and seeing his pics.

  8. We are so sorry your your loss. But we know this is Heavens gain! Prayers lifted for the family and friends! We will continue to lift you all up in Prayer!

  9. We have had the pleasure of knowing Clois for over 20 years. He was a good family man and friend whose stories and laughter brought smiles to everyone around him. That’s how he would want to be remembered…Rest in Peace Clois.

  10. I knew Clois at our hunting camp and enjoyed the great stories around the campfire. He was a kind man that my kids liked a lot. He will missed for sure, rest in peace my friend.

  11. Clois, you were one of a kind and I will always remember your smile, your laughter, your little boy mischeviousness when telling stories of your childhood. My Mom loved you and her being an only child made her cousins even more special to her. You are forever in my heart and I will always smile when I hear your name. Our world is a little less radiant without you. I love you.

  12. We are sharing in your loss and sadness. It is that smile that will forever be etched in our hearts. May the love, warmth and friendships that Clois spread come back full circle and embrace you all and help you through this time. We love you guys and we are here for you.

  13. To Ms Carol & My Father & All of My Aunts & Uncles,I love You all dearly & pray for peace in your sorrrowed hearts*
    Grandfather was always special to me* He was the only one that I knew in my life time. Everyone else called him “Pa”,
    but when I was a young girl I made up my own special name for him, “Grandfather”. My Sister & I, & Our children are the only ones that called him that-
    Every holiday that We spent with Grandfather & Carol are some of mine & My sister Ivys’ favorite memories? Always Loved & Will Never be Forgotten*

  14. I’ve had the pleasure of knowing Clois for the past five years at our hunting camp. He always kept the conversation going and told the best stories around the camp fire. He had the best sense of humor and kept everybody laughing. He will be deeply missed. Rest in peace my friend.

  15. I am heartbroken! I was just sitting here this evening thinking about how to get in touch with Clois. And I came across his obituary. My heartfelt condolences to the family. I have so many good memories of our hunting escapades in Greene County back in the day. Time has a way of making you miss the particulars of a story. But that Clois had a boat load of them. Me being a teenage boy. Took them all in. Remember him saying Gordy telling him to slow down driving. Gordy said look at that big buck out in that field! It was a fox! Lol! Remember Gordy touching the electric fence with an aluminum arrow shaft. What’s this! Lol. Never a dull moment around Clois, Gordy, and Dale. I miss you guys. We had some fun times didn’t we. I always looked forward to Clois coming down to hunt. I will keep the George family in my prayers.

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