Allan LaVern Georgson

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Allan LaVern

Georgson, Allan L.
Went Home to his Savior on Sunday, January 5, 2014, age 86 years. Beloved husband of Viola Georgson (nee Hofer). Father of LaVern (Lynn) Georgson, Trudie (Evan) Roloff, Steve (Janice) Georgson, Peter (Rose) Georgson and Milton (Ellen) Georgson. Brother of Ramona Ginter, Luella (Roy) Moericke, Maynard (Carol) Georgson and Clementine (Donavan) Feiten. Also survived by 12 grandchildren, 7 great grandchildren, 2 step grandchildren, 5 step great grandchildren, nieces, nephews and other relatives and friends.
Visitation Saturday, January 11, from 11:00 AM until 1:00 PM at RISEN SAVIOR EV. LUTHERAN CHURCH, 9550 W. Brown Deer Rd., followed by the Memorial Service at 1:00 PM.
Mr. Georgson was a retiree of Allen-Bradley Company.
If so desired, memorials to Risen Savior Ev. Lutheran Church or WELS Lutherans for Life, Metro-Milwaukee appreciated.
Altstadt Tyborski
Johnson Reiss Klemmer
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Steve Georgson

To be the son of a man who was kind, firm, gentle, genuine, sincere and selfless has been a blessing beyond measure. Our Dad was a quiet, humble man who served his Lord and helped in his church. It didn’t stop there however, for him serving and helping was who he was, as his family, friends and neighbors would attest to. As the years have passed so has my appreciation for my Father grown.
He was truly a wonderful example for his family. His words and actions gave clear evidence of his love to Mom and all of us. Most certainly he will be missed.
For now we rest assured knowing the love he had for His Savior was preeminent and thanks be to God through Jesus we will be best friends forever.

Until we meet again,
Your loving son,

“For to me, to live is Christ and to die is gain.”
Philippians 1:21

Donald Loose

My memory of Al was that he was always a great guy. Very pleasant and happy too talk
to. I never had the privilege too work with Al, because I was always on a different shift.
May you rest in peace, my fellow retiree of Allen Bradley.
Donald Loose


My memory of Al will always be as a great Friend and one of the nicest and
honest person’s I ever knew.
We shared so many good times for many years as Partners working as Electricians at
the Allen Bradley Plant in Milw..
My respect and admiration for Al for his dedication to succeed as an Electrician and
for his Family values was at the highest level.
Every once in a while you meet someone like Al and realize how just how Blessed you were to have had Him as a Friend.
May God bless Al’s Family and especially Vi that He loved so dearly.
God Speed friend.

Milt & Joyce

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