Kim Dale George

KimKim Dale George was born to Dennis and Alice George in Mandan, North Dakota on October 7, 1960. The George’s later moved to Bellevue WA, where Kim graduated from Sammamish High School.

 

He worked as a commercial baker and bakery manager for the past 24 years. His passion was Seattle Seahawks and UW Football! His other interests included; baseball, baking, crossword puzzles and listening to music. Kim loved to socialize with family and friends. He loved to make people laugh, and always had a joke or faded memory ready to share. He will be dearly missed.

 

After a four year battle with prostate cancer he died peacefully on January 8, 2013. Kim is survived by his wife Gale, daughter Ashley, parents Dennis and Alice George, sister Tami, 2 nieces, 5 nephews, 3 great nieces and 1 great nephew, as well as, numerous extended family and friends.

 

There will be a memorial service on Saturday, February 2, 2013 at 2pm. Light luncheon following. It will be held at North Kirkland Community Center, 12421 103rd Ave Ne, Kirkland WA 98034

425-587-3350,

http://www.kirklandwa.gov/depart/parks/Community_Centers.htm

 

In lieu of flowers; please give generously to Seattle Cancer Care Alliance

www.seattlecca.org

17 Responses to “Kim Dale George”

  • Paul E. Morris C/RMA EMT says:

    Thank you for the announcement.

  • Marybeth Williams says:

    Kim was a wonderful man…we’ve lost a funny, gentle, kind soul!

  • Mike Heinrich says:

    We enjoyed spending time occasionally with Kim and his family back in his school days. Kim was a delightful young fellow who as we recall was rarely seen without a smile. Once he was on his own, we still enjoyed hearing of Kims activities from his parents.
    Kim will surely be missed by all who’s lives he has touched.

  • John & Jamie Casey says:

    Hi Gale. Our deepest sympathy to you, Ashley and all your family. We are so sorry for your loss and will keep you in our thoughts and prayers. Love, Jamie and John

  • Pete Melchior says:

    Kim was a great co-worker, and most importantly, a great friend. I only got to know Kim the last 7 years of his life, but he made a great impression. He was always willing to help out at work, and always looked forward to our tailgating adventures. Even after Kim was diagnosed, he made it a priority to attend as many Seahawk games as he could. I’ll always remember his huge grin, as we would drive to the games in the fire engine. He especially enjoyed the reactions of people going to the games. Kim will be missed dearly.

  • patrizia petersen says:

    Kim was a great friend and co-worker for 17 years, He was always happy to help and a friend to everyone, He loved his sports and music and sharing stories of trips to The Gorge. His big heart and his big voice will always be remembered.

  • Diane Leifer says:

    Kim was a kind soul and in the 6 years as our manager there were never harsh words to any of his bakery crew or co-workers. Kim could talk a bluestreak,I will miss his stories.

  • Bill, Julie and Will Schafer says:

    We will truly miss Kim. Kim came to work for me when he was 18 years old and stayed 10 years. We became good friends and even roommates for a short time. He was like a little brother. We will miss him dearly.

  • Marlys Nickisch says:

    Dear George Family,
    I am a very good friend of long ago. Dennnis and I grew up in the same town and church in ND. Then later had the pleasure of getting to know Alice. My late husband and I met Kim at the bakery several years ago when we were in WA. Also met Ashley one evening when the five of us went out to dinner and then came back to our motorhome to visit. I know you will miss Kim very much – may the memories you have of him sustain and comfort you. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

  • Curt & Betty Myers says:

    Dear George’s–spring training baseball games in AZ won’t be the same without Kim. We treasure our memories of time with Kim, Dennis,and Alice, burgers at our house later or a trip to the local Chinese restaurant. Kim was a good guy. Our thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

  • Brett Hagedorn says:

    Kim was always the guy that kept the conversation rolling. I was always a good listener with him. He was a great guy and I was looking forward to growing old with him as a friend. Tragically he had to move on before his time. He will truly be missed. Our prayers and thoughts go out to Gale, Ashley, family and friends.

  • From the Hargraves says:

    Thinking of you at this difficult time. Our prayers are with you all. Enjoyed talking with Kim at the mailbox and hearing about the games he’d been to. Sorry that we’ll miss the celebration on Saturday

  • Hyun Sook Cadwell says:

    I will miss Kim and Love him forever. I worked with him in the bakery the last 6 years, we enjoyed many laughs together and made a great team. He is dearly missed. My prayers are with you. God Bless your family.

  • Lou and Nancy Williams says:

    Dennis and Alice,
    We have read all of the kind words and thoughts of your
    Dear son. He sounds like a person we would have enjoyed
    Knowing. You are in our thoughts.

  • Stuart Chernis says:

    Gail and Ashley,

    So sorry to hear of Kim’s passing. I will always remember Kim as a great team mate and upbeat person. I loved having him on the Blue Rocks and we will all miss him.

  • Steven Moline says:

    So sorry for your loss, just found out today. Went up to the bakery hoping to run into Kim today, and order a cake. He was a good friend in Elementary and Jr High School. We had a lot of fun back when we were young.

  • Steven Moline says:

    Hello,

    A few months ago I set up a facebook page for classmates that were no longer with us. I just posted the information about Kim’s death on the site. If you want to view the comments feel free to join. My son died about eight years ago, would have liked to have known more about his school days myself. Hard one to believe, it’s hard not to think about the years we hung out together.

    https://www.facebook.com/groups/383943395031586/459359027490022/?notif_t=like

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