Born On: December 16, 1952

Passed On: June 26, 2020

Rosemary “Mimi” George

Rosemary “Mimi” George age 67 was born on December 16, 1952 in Muskegon, Michigan to the late Floyd W. and T. Mary (Polifronio) Hepworth and passed away on June 26, 2020. Along with her parents, Rosemary was preceded in death by her husband of 37 years, Tim George; a brother, Floyd Hepworth Jr. and brother-in-law, Wayne Secrest. Rosemary is survived by her children, Kris Lindsley, Dan (Theresa) Kammers, Karen (Andy) Myers, Kimberly (Rory Fox) George, Tim George Jr., Bailey George and Damien George; grandchildren, Brett (Brandi) Kammers, Brittanie Kammers, Brandon Lindsley, Adam Belmarez, Xavier Belmarez, Nicholas Kammers, Isabella Behling, Bianca Kammers, Madeline Myers, Andrew Myers, Kenneth Melton, and Kyro Fox, Rory Fox Jr., Desiree Fox, Daven Fox; great-grandchildren, Lillyanna Kammers, Symphoni Kammers, Brett Kammers Jr., Mariyah Melton; sisters,  Glenna (Michael) Castagna, and Jacolyn Secrest. Rosemary loved cooking, feeding everyone and everything. She was the Dr. Doolittle of the neighborhood. She enjoyed fishing, camping, casino trips with Tim, along with spending time with her family.  She also worked as a BINGO volunteer for over 20 years.  Funeral services will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Thursday, July 2, 2020 at All Shores Wesleyan Church, 15550 Cleveland Street, Spring Lake, Michigan 49456, Pastor Dave Boomgaard officiating. Visitation will be held outdoors at the church one-half hour prior to the service from 10:30 a.m. until the time of service at 11:00 a.m. An outdoor visitation will also be held on Wednesday, July 1, 2020 from 6:00 p.m. until 8:00 p.m. at Shoreline Memorial Services, 137 E. Laketon Ave. Muskegon.  Interment will be next to her husband Tim at Lakeside Cemetery, Muskegon. In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be directed to the family in care of Kimberly George.

ARRANGEMENTS BY SHORELINE MEMORIAL SERVICES-MUSKEGON-(231)-722-5050

Visitation Information


Shoreline Memorial Services - Muskegon
137 E. Laketon Ave.
Muskegon, Michigan 49445

Date: Wednesday, July 01, 2020
Time: 06:00 PM - 08:00 PM

Funeral Information


All Shores Wesleyan Church
15550 Cleveland Street, Spring Lake, Michigan 49456
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Date: Thursday, July 02, 2020
Time: 11:00 AM

15 thoughts on “Rosemary “Mimi” George

  1. Patti olsen

    Many prayers to the family and friend. Rosemary was a very kind thoughtful person. She will be surely missed. The childhood memories are very much cherished. The Olsen family thought the world of mimi

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  2. Michelle Caviness

    You will be miss by everyone, the bingo world miss you also, you always had a open heart to everyone and you will be so miss, I didn’t get to be there with you, and I would have if I could have, I know you are glade you are with Mr. Tim now. RIP

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  3. Patricia A. Gattone

    Want you to know that our family is with you in thoughts and prayer and that Mimi will always be remembered for her sharing spirit. I miss my sister Mary and feel sorrow for Mimi… I hope they are together now in peace.

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  4. Sue Ostoin

    I’m so sorry to hear of Rosemary’s passing. She was one of the most sincerely kind hearted people I’ve been so privileged to know. She was so devoted to her mom ; my parents, who lived next to her mom, were the beneficiaries of her overflow of kindness and we loved her even more through that. She had so many stories to tell and I will always wish that I’d heard more. Rest well, dear Rosemary.

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  5. Lisa

    So sad your gone, I have known you since I was about 9, I work for you at bingo and enjoyed every minute of it. Such a good person to leave us so soon. I know you were welcomed home with many open arms to greet you, although you were missed in Heaven, you will be sadly missed on earth. Until we meet again, fly high with the angels. Love you Rosie R.I.P

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  6. Connie LaFrance

    Hugs and Prayers to all of Rosemary’s Family. I do remember her from Bingo and from being Married to Tim George. The George Family was well known in Spring Lake. To Paul & Sherri, I am sorry for your loss 💞💞

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  7. Connie LapFrance

    Hugs and Prayers to all of Rosemary’s Family. I do remember her from Bingo and from being Married to Tim George. The George Family was well known in Spring Lake. To Paul & Sherri, I am sorry for your loss 💞💞

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  8. Wendy sowa

    Rosie. U will be missed at bingo by many. I known u my whole life. U were a amazing woman that helped so many people. U lit the room up when u walked in. My thoughts and prayer’s for family.

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  9. Trena johnson

    Rosy you will surely be missed. You was a friend to all and was always the first person to lend a helping hand you taught me alot on how to do the paper work in the back room. I loved those times working bingo for you I will miss you.im sure tim was waiting for you with open arms fly high rosy

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  10. Karen (Kay Kay) Hepworth Grady

    When ever we came to visit, Mimi always made me feel like we were best cousins.. She had so much energy, comfort and love. Even though we were miles apart and seldom talked I frequently thought of her and how much fun we had as kids. The world is a sader place with out you Mimi

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  11. Paul and Shari George

    We are going to miss her very much. We had great times playing cards, camping , grilling out, got her to traveling further than she ever had. and bingo.

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    1. Janet Smith Polgardi

      I hadn’t seen Cousin Mimi in years. That’s what happens when you move out of state. But as children we played together a lot and I distinctly remember those family reunions and the mischief we would get into with a few other cousins. Glenna and Jackie, you are enduring so much loss right now. I am so sorry for this shock, having just lost your mom. I’m praying that you can sense God’s comforting arms around you right now as you grieve this loss.
      Janet

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  12. Karen Myers

    I truly can not believe you are gone. I know you are reunited with Dad, grandma and grandpa. I know you missed them so much that you wanted to be with them. You always were the first to help someone in need. You were loving and giving and put yourself last. I know you loved us more than life. I hope the squirrels and other critters in heaven like fruit cake lol! Rest easy. I will love and miss you more than I can express. Thank you for always loving me unconditionally. Until we meet again…..I love you.

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