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GEORGE BEER

PLAQUE TEXT:

This ball field is dedicated to Mr. George Beer 1937-2018. George was dedicated to serving his community. He was amongst the founding members for the Thurlow Volunteer Fire Department, deputy reeve, and reeve in Thurlow for 18 years, member of Belleville City Council for 9 years, active member at St. Mark's United Church in Cannifton, and avid sports fan all throughout his life. George will be remembered by the love he had for his community - always striving to make a positive difference. Last but not least, he love he had for his family.

GPS co-ordinates: 44° 14' 25.99" N 77° 23' 20.01" W (44.240277778, 77.38888889)

Street Address: 552 Harmony Road, Belleville

The plaque is mounted on a boulder placed just outside the entrance to a baseball playing field.

George beer


GEORGE BEER
Information Last Updated: Monday July 27, 2020