George Edward Duncan
Mr. George Edward Duncan, age 62
passed away Friday, December 30, 2011 in the Jackson Madison
General Hospital. Funeral Services will be conducted at 2:00 PM, Tuesday, January 3, 2012 in the Lea & Simmons
Funeral Home with burial to follow in Mt. Tabor Cemetery in Whiteville, TN. Visitation will be from 5:00 - 8:00 PM,
Monday, January 2, 2012 in the Lea & Simmons Funeral Home. Mr. George was a member of Harmony Baptist Church,
President of the South Hatchie Volunteer Fire Department, Treasurer of J.B. Moore Community Center, a Vietnam Veteran
and loved riding his Goldwing motorcycle. He was preceded in death by his parents: George Odell Duncan and
Lorene Davis Duncan. He is survived by his wife: Carolyn Duncan, three daughters: Connie Hendrix (Johnny),
Rebecca Bond (Edward), Misty Casteele (Paul), all of Brownsville, TN; two brothers: Jimmy Duncan, Collierville, TN
& Earl Duncan, Somerville, TN; one sister: Martha Ann Duncan Henry, Somerville, TN and six grandchildren:
Cassie Hendrix, Morgan Hendrix, David Hendrix, Parker Bond, Chandler Bond & Briana Casteele.
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be sent to:
South Hatchie Volunteer Fire Station, District #3, Nancy Hendrix, 1593 Eurekaton Road, Stanton, TN 38069.
George served in Mortars from August 1969-1970. We first met George and his wife Carolyn in 2007 at the 3rd Annual B Company Reunion in Branson, Missouri. George was a soft-spoken, true country gentleman. In 2009, at the Atlanta reunion, George and Carolyn reunited with Loren Winebrenner and Bill Joe Williams, a very special reunion for all three. ---------Garry and Kathy Root
Raymond Richard, who served with George Duncan in B Company writes:
This is a photo of us getting set up on LZ Terrace. George is standing right next to the mortar tube. Vietnam April 1970.
Photo by Raymond Richard
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