Jollimore – George Gilbert, age 63, of Charleston, Queens County, passed away on November 19th, 2022 in Weymouth.
Born in Liverpool, George was a son of Marjorie Lillian (Whynot) of Brooklyn and the late George Thomas Jollimore.
George was a jack of all trades, there was nothing he couldn’t do or fix once he put his mind to it. He was employed in Ontario in his younger days doing construction before moving back home to go lobster fishing. He truly lived life to the fullest through simple pleasures such as spending time with friends, hunting, fishing and being outside. A kid at heart, George could light up a room with his smile and could make anyone laugh with his great sense of humor and his quick wit. Above all else, he was most passionate about his family and spending time with them, especially his granddaughters who were the apple of his eye. He was loved and will be greatly missed.
George is survived by daughters, Kristy Jollimore (Stephen Munroe) of Port Medway, Megan Jollimore (Brent Wamboldt) of Liverpool; son, Justin Jollimore of Liverpool; grandchildren, Rayah, Zoe, Maddison and Miley; his sweetheart, Sandra Cromwell of Weymouth; sisters, Debbie Jollimore of Ontario, Annette (Stephen) Newell of Liverpool, Angie Nowe of the Annapolis Valley; brothers, Greg Jollimore of Ontario, Jeff (Kathy) Jollimore of Mill Village.
He was predeceased by his favorite uncle, Meryle.
Cremation has taken place under the direction of Chandlers’ Funeral Home, Liverpool, NS. A private family service will be held at a later date. No flowers by request, donations may be made to Nova Scotia Heart and Stroke Foundation. Online condolences may be made to www.chandlersfuneral.com
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Wow so sorry for your loss Krissy. Sending hugs and prayers to you xoxo
So sorry to read about George’s passing I met him about two years ago he always wanted to see if there was anything he could do for me or just a big smile and good morning .George was someone I thought of as a friend .may you Rest In Peace .sending condolences to the family
To all of George’s family, please accept my very sincere condolences on the loss of your family member and my friend, George. Life was not allways easy on George but he faced each day.with his own sense of humor and energy and his love for his children and grandchildren was never a secret. I will remember his stories and his smile allways.
Sad to hear this news. Condolences to you Kristy, your family and friends. He was an interesting man and gone too soon.
Kristy and family so sorry for your loss. Keep the memories alive and close to your hearts.
Megan, Brent and family.
Sorry for your loss. I was shocked when I received word that your dad had passed . He was here several times this summer ,had quick chats he seemed to be very happy and for sure he loved those four girls.Think about the memories you have of your dad and share them with Brent and daughters .You dad will forever remain in your ♥ . Condolences to all of George’s family.
So sorry for the loss of your dad Krissy xoxo
So sorry for the family and all..George loved his children and grandbabies each and everyone as well as he loved his Sandra.
To me I have lost a dear friend and I will always miss his texts, his stopping by and his always readiness to help me with chores about the property.. May you Rest in Peace my friend and we all shall lovingly remember you.
Kim Masland, MLA
To George’s Family,
Please accept my condolences for your loss. My thoughts are with your during this difficult time.
To Kristy and family,
Very sorry to hear of your loss… Take care of one another at this difficult time
Very sorry to hear of George’s passing. He always made the best candy cane wreaths and always had a smile. Also did great work on our rock wall. Our deepest condolences.
Tanya and David Kelley
Corina & Willis Huphman
To George’s family….so sorry for your loss…I will miss buying my Christmas tree from him…condolences to all!!
To George’s family, our sincerest condolences …we first met George when he sold Christmas which he got several from us, in Liverpool Sobeys parking lot , & later supplied him with brush to make his beautiful wreaths…he actually called about 3 wks ago looking for brush , & was surprised we didn’t hear back…we were shocked when we checked Chandlers, which we don’t do often enough, I guess, & saw George’s obit …we have good memories of his laughter & great ability to sell trees .. .
George & Pat
To all those who was blessed to have had been a part of George’s life, may we all find comfort with the memories he had left in the hearts of many. To his Children and Grandchildren he truly loved you all!
Was blessed to have been able to have met him over the last few years. Always a great visit and a good laugh over his silly jokes ❤️.
May you always find comfort in the memories and remember that he truly was loved by many.
From friends , Nancy, Ella and Keegan. Rest In Peace Buddy!! We will miss you always!
JOHN R RHYNO
My brother Peter just showed me this today (25 Dec 2022). He came across it while searching for something else. I am very sorry to the family for your loss. George and I were best friends for a very long time; back in our school days. We lost touch several years back. He was a joker. And yes, he loved the outdoors with hunting and fishing. I will miss him a lot. I lost another drinking buddy. Not too many left these days.