George Feldman

Obituary of George Bernard Feldman

George B. Feldman 90 of Bordentown Township passed away October 19, 2019.

Mr. Feldman retired as a Chief Petty Officer from the United States Navy after 38 years, as a Navy veteran he served in WWII and Korea.

A Charter member of the Derby Fire Department, where he was an active member for many years.

A longtime member of the Pearson Memorial United Methodist Church. George enjoyed leathercrafting, and was very handy at fixing and organizing things for his family.

Son of the late George and Ruth Feldman.

Father of the late Gail Reinhardt.

Brother of the late Margaret Crawford, Ruth White and Leonard Feldman.

Surviving are his wife of 66 years Virginia M. Tallman Feldman.

2 Daughters and sons in law Nancy & Howard Branin of Bordentown and Dawn & Timothy McIntyre of Bordentown.

Son George B. Feldman of Hamilton. Son in law Tom Reinhardt

Grandchildren, Kelly and Brian Schwarz, Jeffrey Branin and Matthew Mueller, Karl & Beth Mueller, Lisl Mueller, Eric Mueller, Kirsten & Robert D'Haem and Nicole McIntyre.

3 great grandchildren Dean, Kira and Eleni.

Sister Barbara Craley. Sister in law Beverly Hendrickson

and many nieces and nephews.

Services will be 1:00pm Saturday November 2, 2019. at Knott's Colonial Funeral Home, 2946 South Broad St. Hamilton.

Rev. Jessica Stenstrom will officiate.

Interment will be in the Upper Springfield Cemetery with military honors.

Relatives and friends may call Saturday November 2, 2019 11:00am until services at the funeral home.

Memorial donations may be made to Pearson Memorial United Methodist Church, 71 Pearson Drive, Hamilton NJ 08610

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Visitation at Funeral Home

11:00 am - 1:00 pm
Saturday, November 2, 2019
Knott's Colonial Funeral Home
2946 South Broad St.
Hamilton, New Jersey, United States

Funeral Service

1:00 pm
Saturday, November 2, 2019
Knott's Colonial Funeral Home
2946 South Broad Street
Hamilton, New Jersey, United States
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