George A.

George A. "Pete" Mann

Tuesday, January 28th, 1936 - Tuesday, March 17th, 2020
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HERKIMER, NY-George A. Mann (“Pete”), age 84, of Herkimer, New York passed away on March 17, 2020 with his loving daughters holding his hands.

He is predeceased by the love of his life, his wife of 58 years, Carol Mann. He is also predeceased by his parents, Florence and Albert Mann; his siblings Lois Mann Jacobs, Geraldine Mann Suchadolski, Margaret Mann, Edward Mann, Douglas Mann and his son-in-law Gary Quade.

He isn’t truly gone. He lives on in the people who loved him so very much, including his loving daughters, Corinna and Debi, his son-in-law, Pete, his devoted grandchildren, Peter (“PJ”), PJ’s wife Sam, Nicole and Sarah and his siblings, Gloria, Marlene and Bucky and many many nieces and nephews.

Pete was a man who loved pocket t-shirts and coffee with everything. He was an old-fashioned family man who told everyone that his wife was the best thing that ever happened to him. His family was his world. He took care of his family in the best way possible - by being there for them. Something broken or needed to be fixed - he was your man. He didn’t buy his granddaughters rocking chairs, he made them; and 6 months old was certainly not too young for his grandson to ride with him on the lawn mower. He was a practical joker who was always smiling and laughing. Kids and animals loved him. He loved strawberry milkshakes, a good hot dog and his sausage and peppers were legendary. He could play the guitar and the spoons and would sing Elvis songs with his granddaughters while driving the car. He always drove.

He proudly served in the U.S. Army and was rarely without his veterans baseball hat.

Dad and Poppa - we love you and miss you so much. Give Amma and Gary a hug from all of us.

A memorial and celebration of his life will be scheduled in the near future. In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the Alzheimer’s Association. Mohawk Valley Funerals and Cremations, 7507 State Route 5, corner of Bidelman Rd., Little Falls has been entrusted with arrangements. Please click above to add to his online memorial.
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Tom Jacobs

Posted at 04:34am
May you rest in peace with Aunt Carol, and all those loved ones who have passed before.
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Tom Jacobs

Posted at 04:28am
Uncle Pete would have you laughing or rolling your eyes, what a sense of humor. My mom, Lois, always made you a pineapple upside down cake when you would visit. But the thing I remember about him most when he visited was when he would say, "Well Carol, its time to go home." He always seemed to be in a rush to get home when it felt like he had just gotten there. I understand it was to take of the dog, but obviously, it left a lasting impression. In my mind, the last thing that Uncle Pete said before he died was, "Well Carol, its time to go home."

mike wilson

Posted at 08:04pm
Pete will always be remembered with great fondness, he will always be with use in our thoughts , memories and hearts. I will always remember our Holiday times and summer get togethers. He was a person with a sense of humor and a man who truly loved his family.
Mike, Donna, Amanda, Thomas (TJ).

Linda Hacker

Posted at 04:54pm
Linda Hacker
Pete was a wonderful, kind sole who always made me feel loved and cared for. He loved to joke around. For over 40 years it has been
my honor and privilege to have known Pete .
I will treasure my memories, love to Debi, Corinna and the whole Mann extended family.

Mike Callaghan

Posted at 04:17pm
For a man who gave wings to his daughters, thank you for gifting us with two incredible daughters who so embraced the world bringing us all so much joy and laughter. Corinna and Debi are your legacy, for whom I know you are so incredibly proud!!!

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