George Partner

George L. Partner

Sunday, October 29th, 1944 - Monday, August 24th, 2020
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George L. Partner, 75, Bellwood died unexpectedly Monday morning August 24, 2020 at UPMC Altoona.
He was born October 29, 1944 in Antis Township, son of the late Arthur and Winifred (Moyer) Partner.
On Sept. 6, 1969, he married Barbara L. Norris in Winchester, Va.
Surviving are his wife; a daughter, Loretta L. (Richard, Jr.) Dillen of Tyrone; two grandchildren, Amanda Partner and Robert Pruznak, Jr.; two great grandchildren, Madison and Asher; two sisters, Rose (Vernon) Davis of Blandburg and Terry (Clair) Wyland of Bellwood; many nieces and nephews; and his extended family.
He was preceded in death by six siblings; infant Caroline, Betty Hamilton, Ruth Stine, Alice Witt, Arthur Partner and Marjorie Campbell.
George was a 1962 graduate of Bellwood-Antis High school and served in the US Navy during Vietnam. He retired as a laborer at Proctor Silex and also as a groundskeeper at Blair Memorial Park, Antis Township. He was a member of Logan’s Valley Baptist Church, Bellwood.
George was a helper at The Hope Center, Bellwood. He enjoyed riding his bicycle and his riding mower through town. He enjoyed family picnics and especially loved spending time with his family.
To honor his request, there will be no viewing, visitation or funeral service.
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Rick Beatty

Posted at 09:24am
George was such a blessing. His smile and greeting were always a welcome gift to all who knew him. We really enjoyed how he would reach out to others in ways that were fun and meaningful. I counted George a dear friend and I will miss him. He often came to Soup's On at The Hope Center and he would go out of his way to make others feel valued and appreciated. His life wasn't easy but I never heard him complain about anything. Submitted by Rick Beatty

Tim Bell

Posted at 08:50am
Dear Barb , I would like to express my thoughts an prayers to you an the family in this time of need. May God bless u all.

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