George S. George, Environmental Engineer at Metcalf and Eddy

Photo from Eaton Funeral Homes
Photo from Eaton Funeral Homes

Obituary from Eaton Funeral Homes:

George S. George, of Needham and Sandwich, passed Nov. 27, 2013. 

He was the son of Amelia and Stamati George. He was husband of the late Helen Laganas George.  

Born in New York, George lived his early years in Wilmington, N.C. He graduated from North Carolina State University earning a degree in civil engineering. Most of his career was spent at Metcalf and Eddy, specializing in environmental engineering. He became chief of specifications and later retired in 1995 as a vice president. During his career, he was involved with many professional organizations. Dear to his heart was the Construction Specification Institute where he served as chapter president in 1981. He was honored with two of the Institute's highest awards of Fellowship and The Institute's President Plaque… His participation in the Masons and Royal Arch were rewarding to him not only in dedication but also in valued friendships.

Throughout his life, he was a faithful steward of St. Demetrios Church in Weston. He relished traveling, photography, tennis, woodworking, and in his later years, he enjoyed the sport of golf. 

He leaves his daughter Amalie Ann George of Needham; his sibling  Dimitra George of Needham; Theda Triantafel and her husband George of Andover; Charles Sarantos of Andover; Olga and Toula Laganas, both of Lowell and Patricia Dukakis of South Natick; his nephew Constantine Sarantos and his wife, Elizabeth; his niece Anastasia Taksin and her husband, Gengiz; his grandniece Alyssa; and his grandnephew Christopher. He was preceded in death by Mary Laganas, Iris Sarantos and Arthur Dukakis.

Interment at Westlawn Cemetery in Lowell.

If you wish, memorial gifts in George's memory may be offered to Saint Demetrios Building Fund at 57 Brown St., Weston, Massachusetts 02493. 


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