George B. Sigler

george sigler
George B. Sigler of Oakton, VA. Died on Monday, March 14, 2005 at his residence. He was retired from the Defense Mapping Agency.

Beloved husband of Sharon Sigler. Son-In-Law of F.M. and Lola Froelich. Brother-In-Law of Keith and Sandra Cramer. Uncle of Ann Marie, Carol, Erin and Mark.

Memorial services will be held at Vienna Presbyterian Church, 124 Park St., N.E. Vienna, VA on Friday, March 18 at 1:00 P.M.

Interment will be private.

Memorial contributions may be made to Capital Hospice, 9300 Lee Hwy, Suite 500, Fairfax, VA 22031.

Funeral Home:

Money & King

171 W. Maple Avenue

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. Sharon, What a wonderful picture of George! He did have a great smile. Our hearts are with you. All of our sympathy. John and Judy Pohl

  2. It’s been 15 years since I last saw George. I remember him as personable, yet with a commanding presence. I recall the respect shown him by his government co-workers and contractors alike. He was a talented man. His wife, Sharon, my very dear friend, is an inspiration to me, especially during these recent tough times. My prayer is for God to wrap His loving arms around those left behind and give them comfort. You have my deepest sympathy.

  3. Sharon, I can not imagine the pain you are in now. George loved you so much that one of his last trips out by himself was to “hobble” to the store to buy you a valentine’s present. What a precious memory to have. Love always Linda

  4. Dearest Sharon…many of my favorite memories are with you and George. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

  5. Sharon, When I remember George, I think of “style”. My interpretation of George’s style was “calm, cool, smooth & funny”. Emphasis on “funny”. I’m sorry for you loss.

  6. George & I & his many friends shared some of the most significant events of my life. Work, the golf outings, hunting trips, the 4 of us fishing, made wonderful memories that I will cherish forever. If I had a brother, I can’t imagine he would have meant any more to me than George.Hugs & kisses, Sharon, from both of us, Glen & Donna Mulkey

  7. What great memories I have of George. At work and at play he was such a wonderful spirit. Sharon you were a perfect match. If you need anything at all please let me know I am there. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your families.

  8. Dear Sharon: We were so sorry to hear about George’s passing. Please know he is in our thoughts and prayers. Donna and Jim

  9. Sharon, I was so sorry to hear of George’s death. Do you think he and H.A. might already be laughing about “old” times? I am certain this is a very difficult time for you and that you will miss him terribly.

  10. It does not seem possible that George is gone. Adam is the only remaining “member” of the Jug & Plug Rod & Gun Club. We have so many good memories. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. Bobbye and Adam

  11. Dear Sharon, I am sorry for your loss but like dad said he isn’t suffering any more. You guys and dad gave me and Lee the best vacation ever when we came and stayed with ya’ll. My thoughts and prayers are with you. Love, Chris Osment

  12. In 1949,George and I met at the City Water and Light baseball field in Jonesboro,and from that day on,we were brothers. I remember when he and Sharon got married and I was the best man in their wedding, and how happy we all were. He was the best friend that I ever had and I loved him dearly. I remember many fun occasions…George and I making the all city basketball and football teams in 1949,seeing our first World Series together in 1964…Go Cardinals!! and we had box seats right over first base.He was the God Father of my son, Ray Osment,and all of my kids thought of him as Uncle George. I’ll never forget our trip to St.Croix with me, Stevie, Sharon and George.Hey Sharon, how about that itenarary? That was great!I remember how proud George was of Keith and Sandy’s children…graduations, weddings, etc.The true definition of a friend and brother is someone who is always there no matter what, and that was George Sigler. Sharon, his passing is not the end, it is only the beginning of the resurrection of everlasting life through our Lord, Jesus Christ. As heartbroken as I am,I thank God that he took my brother and your husband as quickly as he did without suffering any longer than he had to with this dreaded disease.I remember watching my mother linger for a year and a half and it was a horrible experience. You know I loved George and I also love you. God bless you and be with you.I hope that you know that if you ever need me, or if I can ever do anything for you, you can always call on me.I pray that you will keep in touch with me. Your friend, Phil Osment

  13. Sharon, you have may sympathy. George was truely a nice guy. I admired his soft spoken and easy manner. I liked him. Sorry for your loss, Bob Lewis

  14. Dear Sharon, Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the family. Romans 8:28 Love, Ellaveen and Jack Barmby

  15. Sharon, Our heart felt sympathies are extended to you. We take comfort in knowing that George was able to spend his time at home before passing. Take comfort too, as you have stated, that he is restfully a home forever now in a much better place. He will be missed, the computer was our communications over the last years, now we’ll continue through our prayers. Love, Alexis & Ron

  16. Sharon: I am truly sorry for our loss. George and I started Carto School together in 1964, which was such a short time ago. His death reminds us of how fragile life is and how difficult it is to … No more words, just lots of love. Johnson

  17. Sharon, I am praying for you and your family as you deal with George’s passing. As you said, I’m sure he regrets not getting to fulfill his nine-month plan. Just remember the good times and know that George is no longer suffering. I’ll be in touch and hope to see you soon. Peggy

  18. I just heard the terrible news. I admired George for his intelligence, wit and friendship. My you be consoled by knowing that he is in a better place and may God comfort you in these distressing times.

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