George Michael Guffee, 64 of Sadler, Texas passed away on December 30, 2021. He was born on January 20, 1957, in Paris, France to Henry Eugene Guffee and Myrtle Lee (Summar) Guffee. He married Judy Sloan in Sadler, Texas on February 14, 1991.
George owned Guffee Gas and Grocery in Sadler, Texas. He was a member of Church of Christ Faith. His hobbies included woodworking, oil painting, and building things. He loved his family and his dogs.
George is survived by his wife, Judy Guffee of Sadler, Texas; stepsons, Rick Harvey of Sherman, Texas and Scott Harvey of Sherman, Texas; grandchildren, Paige Turner, Remington Harvey, Tyler Harvey, Taylor Harvey, and Nicholas Harvey; 2 great grandchildren; brother, Robert Guffee; sisters, Betty Brill and Mary Guffee.
Preceded in death by his parents Henry and Myrtle Guffee and brother, Steve Fincher.
Visitation will be at Meador Funeral Home Chapel, Whitesboro, Texas on Monday, January 3, 2022, from 6:00-8:00 pm. Graveside service will be on Tuesday, January 4, 2022, at Sadler Cemetery officiated by Brother Rick Carney.
Miss you already, brother.
George was a gentle soul, a loving son and a sweet brother to me. He was a Momma’s boy and I know when Jesus met at Heavens gate Momma, Daddy, Steve and Uncle Calvin were there waiting. He will be greatly missed here but he is home. He is not hurting any more. I love you George and will see you again. Betty xo
We are so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.
He was so handsome back in high school. Hard to lose another S&S person of my generation. RIP sweet man.
Prayers to all George was one of the good guys. He will be missed.
Dan and I send our sincere condolences to Judy, and all George’s family and friends. He was a special friend and we will miss him so much. Rest in Peace, George.
George has such a sweet soul. He was a momma’s boy and when Jesus met him at heavens gate Momma, Daddy, Steve and Uncle Doodle were waiting. I will miss him greatly but he is not hurting anymore.
What a day that will be when my Jesus I shall see
When I look upon His face – the one who saved me by His grace – when He takes me by the hand and leads me thru the promised land what a glorious day that will be. This is your day little brother. I love you!!
George. Was a great guy
He will be missed
My prayers to his family
My buddy from High School!
My buddy from High School! Sorry we lost contact.
So very sorry to hear of the passing of your brother, our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family
George Mike I always loved you. I’m so sorry 😞.
George was one of the nicest people that I’ve ever met. He always had a smile & kind words. He will be missed
I love you George!
Great friend and buddy. I will miss George. Prayers for Judy and all the family.
George was a sweet and gentle soul and will be missed by many.
My thoughts and prayers are with the family, especially Judy, Mary, Betty, Robert and Melissa (who used to go arrowhead hunting with him as a child).
George, thank you for your kind heart and we will visit again with Jesus.
George was one of the good ones. He had a kind heart and soul. Always loved him and always will.
George was the sweetest soul and good hearted person. I loved him then and will forever.
George was one the nicest guys that I went to school with – He was crazy in a good way – lots of fun to be around and laugh with. I remember seeing him shortly after he bought the store that he had worked in during High School. I was on one of my few visits back home and made a point to stop and congratulate him on his new endeavor. Going to a small school allowed us all to be friends and stay in touch with each other and have many wonderful memories, many of those of George usually included Ron Presson. I’m sure there was a big reunion when George got there. I really wish he had made our class/school reunions in the past few years – would have loved to see him again. Until we meet again George. Prayers to Judy, Robert, Kay, Betty and the rest of the family. I am so sorry I couldn’t be at the service, but you were all in my thoughts and prayers.
He was a staple at the cafe every morning! His smile and gentle spirit will be missed by all.