George Kissell

  • Died: February 12, 2018
  • Location: Fort Wayne, Indiana

D O McComb and Sons - Maplewood Park

4017 Maplecrest Rd.
Fort Wayne, IN 46815

Tel. (260) 426-9494

Tribute & Message From The Family


George Kissell , 87, passed away Monday, February 12, 2018. Born in Erie, PA. George worked with Iron Workers Local 147. Surviving are his children, Dawn Fahlsing of Wawaka, IN, Tina Fahlsing of Fort Wayne, IN and Greg (Dawn) Kissell of Grove Hill, AL; 4 grandchildren and 6 great-grandchildren. George was preceded in death by parents, Floyd J and Fannie Belle Kissell, wife, Marlene J Kissell, and sister, Catherine Ferree. Please sign the online guest book, go to www.domccombandsons.com.


Condolence & Memory Journal

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow. Geroge was an interesting gentleman Al thought kindly of your father. So sad to see the death notice in the paper.

Posted by Al and Bonnie HENDERSON - Orland, IN   February 18, 2018

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

Posted by A friend   February 18, 2018

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I'm so sorry for your loss.

Posted by Nikki - Fort Wayne, IN   February 18, 2018

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We are very sorry to hear of George's passing - we have very fond memories of our time spent with him at the American Legion in Rome City - such a great man - Our thoughts are with each of you

Posted by Tom and Jane Hulen - Wolcottville, IN - Friend   February 15, 2018

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Sorry for your loss. My thoughts and prayers are with you, Tina Dawn and Greg!
Love Kristy (Call if you need anything.)

Posted by Kristy Grabowski - Fort Wayne, IN - Family Friend   February 15, 2018

Dawn , Tina and families I am so sorry for your lose ,you all are in my thoughts and prayers. Love to you all Cheryl Erck

Posted by Cheryl Erck    February 14, 2018


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Life Stories

George was always man of honesty and conviction. He was a mentor to me in my younger days. At the ripe age of 13 he gave me my first driving lesson in his 1929 ford. No synchros in that transmission. No power steering. Then in later years he taught me how to rabbit hunt. I almost shot his dog by accident one time. That was a close one. Glad that turned out well. LOL. He loved his trains and built many over the years. Guns were also of great interest to him and he had quite a collection. I didn't se Uncle George too often over these past years as we seem to grow abart as we grow up. Still, the memories of him will always stay with me.

Rest well. You've earned it.
Love always, Steve

Comments:

I would just like to add that Uncle George served in the Navy during the Korean War. I believe he was a flagman if memory serves. He looked very sharp in his uniform in pictures I saw. Steve looked just like him when he was a young child. He was a good man.