George Wells

George Edward Wells

Thursday, August 25th, 1949 - Thursday, March 26th, 2020
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George Edward Wells, 70, passed away on Thursday, March 26th in Arlington, TX.

George was born in Hot Springs, AR on August 25th, 1949 to Cecil and Alyne Wells.

He grew up in Sanger, Texas, graduated from Sanger High School in 1967, and earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of North Texas. George was a loving and devoted grandfather (G-Dad) and a good friend to many. He loved music, sports, his dogs, and spending time with his friends and family.

He was preceded in death by his daughter, Rachel Wells, ex-wife Holly Wells Thomas, and wife Vickie Wells.

He is survived by his son, Jimmy Wells, daughter-in-law Katy, his grandchildren, Whitney, Wylie, and Wesley Wells, sister, Merri McReynolds and brother-in-law Wesley, his brother, James (Dude) Wells and sister-in-law Jon Ann, sister, Beth Souleret, and many nieces and nephews.

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Rick Brown

Posted at 03:49pm
George and I were best friends from birth. George’s mom and dad were my dads age and were good friends of my parents. George and I alternated watching Boris Karloff’s Nightmare at midnight at each other’s home in our early school years. We played every sport together, and all the made up games that elementary school kids played. He formed The Duck Creek Navy, and wrote all the rules and by-laws, including summer and winter dress codes in small tablets (which I still have). He was funny, smart, generous, dependable, and a dear friend. I’m proud that my son’s got to know George, and enjoy his sense of humor and appreciate his kindness. He is missed. God Bless George and his family.

Carolyn Adams

Posted at 12:28pm
George is a part of so many memories of growing up in Sanger. He was intelligent, fun, mischievous with a capital M, good on a guitar and friend to all. George had the ability to provoke a good laugh but always presented a kind heart. George certainly was one of a kind who will be missed. RIP George.

Claire Thomas

Posted at 10:58am
George treated me like family throughout my life. He was kind and loving to me as I grew up, and I saw that same love in him in regards to his grandchildren. When the girls spend the night, they often argue over who gets to sleep with Monty, the huge stuffed animal dog that George gave me when I was little. I am deeply saddened that he is gone, but we can take comfort in knowing that he is at peace. To the Wells family, we love you very much, and we'll be here if you need anything. Take care.

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