George A. Wrasse - 92

3/8/1927 - 1/12/2020

Byron, IL


  • Susan Bicksler-Tsoukalas

    on 01/14/20

    My Deepest sympathy to the entire Wrasse family. May your precious memories sustain you during this difficult time. Love,Hugs and Prayers to all of you. RIP George. You will be dearly missed.

  • Ann Haas

    on 01/14/20

    Wrasse Family You have my sympathy. George was a special person and loved his smile at Rock River Center. Enjoyed taking him cookies at Christmas. He will always be missed.
  • Julie Debnam

    on 01/15/20

    George was a great person. My condolences to the family.

  • Sandy Strohecker

    on 01/17/20

    I am so sorry to hear of George's passing. I knew him first when you were all growing up and attended St Paul in Oregon. In later years our paths crossed again when he and my mother, Betty, met at the Rock River Center. Mom enjoyed his cooking, photography and their casual outings! Prayers for all of you.
  • Jane Voepel

    on 01/17/20

    Victoria Taylor and husband Dave are neighbors to us.

    She speaks highly of her stepfather.  I can relate as I read of his accomplishments and interests.  Know he will be missed by many, my sympathy to each of you.

  • Lorrie (Gary) Nelson

    on 01/19/20

    George was a wonderful friend to Gary and me, he will be missed, I know he is with Gary now talking about the good times they had with their motorcycles and work.

    My condolences to the family.

  • Patricia Duckworth

    on 01/20/20

    Deepest sympathy to your family. My heart goes out to you in this difficult time. Losing such a loving dad like you had is huge. Cherish the memories. God bless you and your family.
  • Linda Ames LaBarre

    on 02/19/20

    I was so sorry for the loss of your father.  When I was a child I went with my parents, Doug & Ginny Ames, to visit your parents.  My dad and your mom were first cousins.  I remember both of your parents as quiet but friendly people who were so kind.  Your mom made us pizza while your dad showed us slides or movies, I can't remember which.  That was a new and exciting experience for me and was sad when it was time for us to go home.  It was clear to me that your parents were very proud of all their children and they loved each of you immensely.  May your happy memories keep you going through these sad days and remember that life on this earth isn't the end.  I'm looking forward to seeing your parents and mine once again in heaven.  Sending love and hugs to each of you. Linda Ames LaBarre

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