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GEORGE SANDERS

March 29, 1959 — January 15, 2024

George Sanders, a beloved delivery driver for a furniture company, has passed away at the age of 64. Born on March 29, 1959, in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, George lived a life full of adventure and generosity until his untimely death on January 15, 2024, in Dallas, Texas.


George's journey began in Baton Rouge where he attended school in the Baton Rouge School District. It was during these formative years that George's compassionate nature and affable personality became evident. He had an innate ability to connect with people from all walks of life and was always eager to lend a helping hand.


After completing his education, George embarked on a new chapter in his life as he decided to move to a new area. This move marked the beginning of his career as a delivery driver for a furniture company. With his friendly demeanor and unwavering commitment to excellent service, George quickly became a favorite among customers and colleagues alike. He took pride in ensuring that every piece of furniture reached its destination with care and precision.


Beyond his professional accomplishments, George Sanders will be remembered for the countless memories he created with those around him. He was the life of every party, radiating joy and laughter wherever he went. His kindness knew no bounds as he selflessly gave his time and resources to those in need. Whether it was lending a listening ear or offering a helping hand during difficult times, George had an immeasurable impact on the lives of those fortunate enough to have crossed paths with him.


When not working, George indulged in various hobbies and interests that brought him immense joy. He loved spending time in the kitchen, experimenting with new recipes and delighting his loved ones with delicious meals. Cleaning was an art form for him as he found solace in creating an orderly environment. Fishing trips were another passion of George's; there was nothing quite like being out on the water surrounded by nature. Supporting his favorite team, the New Orleans Saints, was also a source of great excitement for him. George's booming laughter and enthusiastic cheers could be heard throughout the stadium as he cheered on his beloved team.


While George's career and hobbies brought him fulfillment, his proudest accomplishments were undoubtedly his family. He was a devoted and loving husband to Eula Young and a proud father to his son, George Sanders Jr. His bond with them was unbreakable, and he cherished every moment spent together. George was not only a provider but also a source of strength, guidance, and endless love.


George Sanders is survived by his wife, Eula Young, and their son, George Sanders Jr.

 He was preceded in death his parents, stepmother, and four brothers. The void left by George's passing will be deeply felt by all who knew him.


As we mourn the loss of this exceptional individual, let us also celebrate the beautiful life that George Sanders led. His infectious spirit filled every room he entered, leaving an indelible mark on the hearts of everyone he encountered. May we honor his memory by embracing the qualities that made him so remarkable – kindness, generosity, and an unwavering love for life.


Rest in peace, dear George. Your cheerful presence will forever be missed but never forgotten.

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