George Michael Collier

Died: Sun., Jan. 22, 2012


Mass of Christian Burial

10:00 AM Fri., Jan. 27, 2012
Location: St. Francis de Sales


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Collier, George M., suddenly, January 22, 2012.
Beloved son of the late Joseph and Mary A. (Losier) Collier.
Father of Ricky Collier of Everett, Harold Collier, Michael Collier, Georginne Colletti all of CA., Marshall Collier of WA.
Brother of John F. Collier of NC., Robert Collier of Charlestown, and the late Auriette Seiwert, and Joseph Collier.
Dear friend of Christine O’Connor of Somerville.
Also survived by many nieces and nephews.
Relatives and friends invited to a Funeral Mass in the St. Francis de Sales Church, Charlestown, MA., Friday January 27, 2012 at 10 AM.
Late member of the Somerville City Club.
Late US Navy Veteran Korean War.

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Richard Arsenault
   Posted Tue January 24, 2012
Our deepest sympathy for your loss. I will surely miss his afternoon phone calls inviting us out for a beer/coffee and good conversation.

Cheryl Endicott
   Posted Tue January 24, 2012
"Uncle" George you were such a kind, loving, caring man! I will miss you as well as so many others that knew and loved you! We will miss your beautiful smile! My Prayers & Thoughts are with the Collier Family at this time and always!

Love,
Cheryl Endicott

charlie casassa
   Posted Tue January 24, 2012
to the collier family,my condolences for your loss. i know that i will miss him charlie casassa naples fl.

Chuck & Noreen Casassa
   Posted Tue January 24, 2012
Dear Collier Family: Please accept our condolences for your loss. We grieve with you and will all miss George very much. George was always well liked by everyone and never hesitated to put himself out to help anyone who needed it. George was always someone to share a joke with and was a lot of fun to be around. Things will not be the same without him.

Keith Blaszak and Kelly Whitford
   Posted Tue January 24, 2012
To the Collier Family and Friends: Please accept our sincere condolences for you loss. George’s personality, sharp whit and ability to bring people together will always be remembered by the people closest to him. He’ll be greatly missed.

Frank Arsenault and Sue Levesque
   Posted Tue January 24, 2012
George we're going to miss you so much we had a lot of fun. We didn't know any for your family but we're sorry for their lost. Frank and Sue

Lori Collier
   Posted Tue January 24, 2012
Uncle George,

To hear he was gone is a great shock. I spoke with him a couple of weeks ago. Our famous conversations, full of laughter and such support and always hanging up feeling much better than the start of our talks. He was the strongest , most kindest man I know. I will love him always and my heart hurts knowing I will never hear his voice again. My sympathy to all. Let''s think of all the joy he brought to us and smile when you hear his name...
Always in my heart,
Lori Collier

Eva and Paul Hickey
   Posted Tue January 24, 2012
We are so sorry to hear of your loss, He will be missed dearly.
Our thought and prayers are with his family and friends.

Love Paul and Eva Hickey

Pete Paze
   Posted Tue January 24, 2012
George, thanks for all your inspiration and hard work. I will always cherish our sidewalk talks and friendship. You'll always be remembered.

NANCY AND ADRIAN DROUIN
   Posted Thu January 26, 2012
Our condolences for your family and all of George's friends. We will miss him very much. He always made us laugh at ourselves.

Helen & Kenny
   Posted Thu January 26, 2012
Our deepest sympathy on your loss. He was a very kind and funny guy. He is now in the hands of the Lord ... may he rest in peace.

meghan montgomery
   Posted Fri January 27, 2012
George: Your helping heart and way with words leaves Summer Street permanently changed. I am still looking for you out my window and feel the sadness even more so once I get to the street. You helped me a lot--as you did for countless others--welcoming many of us into a new building and a new neighborhood. You always looked out for us and never missed a beat. I will treasure my last conversation with you on Friday evening. We covered the gamut in less than 20 minutes. Thank you George, always.


Nancy Collins
   Posted Fri January 27, 2012
To George's family, and to his friend Chrissy: I am a tenant of one of the Laurel Street buildings managed by George. Please accept my sincere sympathy for your loss. We miss George a great deal, still expecting to see or hear him around every corner. He had a kind soul and a kind word for everyone.

I knew George before I moved to Laurel Street because he often helped us out and was a good neighbor to the Somerville Home, the retirement home on Summer Street where I work. He connected me to Laurel Street when I was looking for a more affordable apartment.

George could be a "rascal" at times, but a charming one. He was a friend to all. The last time I saw him was a few evenings before his death, when he stood waving at me from his porch. Last Friday evening, I came home to find a package outside my third-floor apartment door -- brought upstairs by George - one of the many little things he did to make our lives as tenants easier and brighter.

He was a friend to animals, too - we often chatted about his dog and cat. I often worry that my elderly cat's "yelling" may be disturbing other tenants, but George always told me, "Don't worry, they're all good people - they know he can't help it."

The funeral mass this morning was a moving tribute to a good man. I will miss George, and never forget him.

Stephanie Guanci
   Posted Fri January 27, 2012
To Christine and the Collier family,
George was a great guy always with a smile on his face. He would go out of his way to just say Hi. He will be deeply missed.

Alicia Eberhard
   Posted Fri January 27, 2012
George,
You brought our neighborhood together and provided us with a true sense of community. I will miss our talks and getting to hear your amazing stories. You always kept me laughing! Summer Street is the first place other than the house where I grew up that I really felt like was "home". I owe that to you. Thank you so much for everything you did for Pete and I. We will miss you everyday, and will never forget you ( especially your smile). My deepest sympathies to the Collier family. My thoughts are with you.
Love,
Alicia