George A. Rushton
July 31, 1916 - May 8, 2001
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First United Methodist Church
325 East Franklin Street
Appleton, WI
920-734-2677 | Map
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First United Methodist Church
325 East Franklin Street
Appleton, WI
920-734-2677 | Map
Monday 5/21, 11:00 am
Appleton Highland Memorial Park
3131 N. Richmond St.
Appleton, WI
Wichmann Funeral Home
537 N. Superior Street
Appleton, WI 54911
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George A. Rushton 2600 Heritage Woods Drive Appleton Age 84 Passed Away at the Heritage May 8, 2001 Born in Niagara Falls, New York, on July 31, 1916, he attended local schools and Niagara University for his undergraduate and graduate studies. While attending college during the Depression, George worked evenings at Kimberly-Clark Corporation‚Äôs Niagara Falls…

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Tiffani Hamstra left a message on April 6, 2009:
George Rushton was the most generous, caring and loving grandfater ever. I remember all of the summers when we visited him and my grandmother. He would take my brother and I minature golfing, bowling, out to play tennis at the club and then always out to lunch. We always looked forward to our times with grandpa. I remember going to the park down the street with him every night when I was young. I remember trick or treating our last night in Appleton before moving to California, Grandpa took my brother and I around from house to house. Our last visit with grandpa was this last Christmas. Our children had such a wonderful time playing with "Great Grandpa." Our oldest son Noah still asks us "when Great Grandpa is going to visit again?" We were looking forward to our visit to Appleton this summer to see "Great Grandpa" for his 85th birthday - but God had other plans. I know Grandpa is happy now in heaven with Grandma. Bye Grandpa we all love you very much and will miss you. Tiffani, Paul, Noah and Jonah
Wichmann Funeral Home & Crematories left a message:
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