Georgette Amouri

georgette amouri
God opened his arms & welcomed Georgette Amouri of Vienna, Virginia on Tuesday, March 10, 2009 at her home. Loving wife of 64 years to George Amouri; devoted mother of Robin & her husband, Jack Schueneman & son, Michael Amouri. She is also survived by her brother, Pete Barrick; her sister, Lillian Purdy; & the light of her life "The Girls" her granddaughters, Heather, Kim & Nicki. Georgette leaves behind many friends from her 65 years of employment at N.A.D.A.

"God has taken you home. We will remember you & carry you in our hearts."

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. I am sure God has a lot of work for Georgette to do in heaven since she proved what a hard working and faithful servant to Him she was here on earth. She was the most courageous woman I have ever met. As she always said to me, “God Bless, you are truly loved.”

  2. To one of my faithful helpers with Operation Santa Claus and Easter Bunny. Thank you for all your contributions and love for the children at ACCA. You will truly be missed. I will keep George and the family in my prayers. Love always, Debbie

  3. If I needed an icebreaker when interviewing candidates or during new employee orientations, I could always assure people that they could look forward to a long career because we had an employee with over 60 years of service. It was always fun for me to watch their expressions. It was a pleasure to have known and worked with Georgette. She will be missed. George, I pray God will keep you and your family lifted up in this difficult time. Janet Gray, NADA Human Resources

  4. Tita as you would have me call you. 🙂 I will so miss you and your warm hugs that you shared with me. The sharing of family photos and that gracious smile that you shared, energized my soul daily-and I told you this each day that I could tell you!!! I pray that Mr. Amouri (George) and the family stay strong in this time of sorrow. My condolences I love you Tita! Mary*

  5. My deepest sympathy goes out to your family. You were a very lovely and kind lady. You will be missed by many.

  6. Georgette was one of the most inspirational female figures in my life and I had the privilege to witness, first-hand, her amazing dedication and devotion to her family, friends, and career at the N.A.D.A. Official Used Car Guide Company. Time after time I would observe or learn of her selfless acts of kindness and compassion. Whether it was someone who was hurting or someone who had fallen on hard times or someone experiencing an illness or personal loss, Georgette was right there to lend a helping hand or a shoulder to cry on. I’m eternally grateful for having known Georgette and will forever cherish the memories of our time together. Resilient, like the automobile dealers she served for 65 years, one couldn’t help but be inspired by Georgette’s ability to face, and overcome, the adversities of life. Her earthly battles are over now and she’s resting safe in the arms of her Lord. My thoughts and prayers are with George and his entire family.

  7. My thoughts and prayers are with Mr. Amouri and Family. Georgette was an amazing woman and dear friend. I worked with her at NADA for 23 years. I have since left NADA, but will always remember her kind, loving, and caring spirit. I admired her strength and courage. She will be greatly missed. We will all have a very Special Angel watching over us. May God Bless you and your family

  8. Uncle George,Robin, Micheal, Aunt Lil and Uncle Pete I am so very sorry for your loss. I can’t begin to list all of the wonderful memories I have of our familes together. I think of all of you every New Years Eve. Please know that my thoughts and prayers are with you today and always. Aunt Georgette will be truly missed, her laugh still rings in my ears.I’m so saddened that I can not be with you today. You are in my heart and prayers. God Bless you, love Denise,Tom and family

  9. Please know – the David Rawson family (David, Karen, Zachary and Caleb) send our most heartfelt sympathy for your loss. We all have such sweet memories of Georgette, thank you for sharing her with us through years of family celebrations. It was always a delight to see her smiling face and to feel so welcomed by her warm spirit. We are grateful for her time here and we celebrate in the promise of eternal life!

  10. Nineteen years ago, my mother was terminally ill in the hospital, and the nurses would allow no one but relatives to visit her. We were hoping that two of her sisters from Pennsylvania would make it down before she passed away, but the icy weather all but precluded that. However, one afternoon, a nurse rushed in and excitedly told me that my mom’s sisters, Ruth and Dorothy, were on their way in. This was very surprising news given the weather conditions, but even more surprising was the fact that “Ruth” and “Dorothy” were none other than Georgette and her partner in crime from NADA, Winnie Malone. I played along with their story and once the nurse left, we woke my mom telling her that Winnie and Georgette were there to see her. To this day, I remain in awe and am most grateful of the determination and thought Georgette and Winnie showed that day to see my mother one last time. May peace be with Georgette and her family.

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