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LINDA GAIL OATES GEORGE

Linda Gail Oates George, 71, of Savannah, Georgia and wife of Michael “Mike” Eric George, died Saturday, January 9, 2021, at St. Joseph’s Hospital.

Born in Mooresville, North Carolina, she was a daughter of the late John Franklin Oates and the late Margaret Elizabeth Lytle Oates. Linda was a retired registered nurse and case manager. As a nurse, she was known as a strong advocate for her patients.

Survivors include her husband of almost 42 years, Michael “Mike” Eric George; her daughter, Kelly Louise George; her granddaughter, Philippa Louise Cenzer-George,and her sister, Louise Herlocker.

A memorial service will be held at 4 o’clock Wednesday afternoon, January 13, 2021, in the chapel of Gamble Funeral Service – 410 Stephenson Avenue conducted by Pastor C. Michael Chastain.

You are invited to attend Mrs. George’s memorial service via Zoom by clicking here.

     Meeting ID: 918 7028 0452
                                Passcode: 736786

Remembrances: Alzheimer’s Association, Georgia Chapter – Suite 103, 4849 Paulsen Street, Savannah, Georgia 31405-4424.

Online Condolences

  1. Joanne Chastain says:

    Linda was a sweet neighbor. I enjoyed many great conversations with her as we were both nurses and shared our love for nursing. Her husband Mike has been a faithful and loving caregiver and both of them are dear to our hearts.

  2. Mike Chastain Pastor says:

    All my condolences, Mike. Thank you for being such an example as a husband to Linda and showing consistent faithfulness in caring for her in love. I will miss her.

  3. Mr and Mrs Karl Jacobs says:

    We are very sorry for your loss and pray the Lord will strengthen you and give you His peace during this difficult time.
    Sincerely, Karl and Barby Jacobs

  4. Patti Secreast says:

    I went to school and graduated with Linda here in SPENCER NC. Although I haven’t seen her in years I remember her very well. She was very smart and witty and I enjoyed being in classes with her. She had a determination and maturity about her that most 17 yr olds don’t have. I remember her beautiful red hair and was glad to see her still a red head. RIP, my friend, and enjoy seeing your former classmates who are mow in their Heavenly home.

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