George W. Lunney, V


George W. Lunney,V of Bryan,TX  passed away unexpectedly on December 7, 2016 at the age of 26. He grew up in Franklin, PA and Fredonia, NY. He recently moved to Bryan, TX to be closer to his sisters and nieces.
George’s passion was physical fitness. He loved animals, playing video games, and going to the gun range. He enjoyed his job as a general contractor and fixer upper. He loved riding and working on his motorcycle.
George is predeceased by grandfather George W Lunney III and grandmother Betty Foster of Franklin, PA and brother in law, Jeremy Pace of El Paso, TX. George is survived by his father George W Lunney IV and stepmother Tina Lunney of Rochester, NY.  Sisters Leigh Lunney and Fiance James McCauley, and Sabrina Pace of Bryan, TX, step brother Mike Greco and Tori Greco of Rochester, NY.  Nieces Fallyn and Marley McCauley and Karliah Pace and many other friends and family.

Betty Robinson

December 9th, 2016



  1. karen yingling says:

    so sorry for you loss. many prayers for the family

  2. Phyllis Parks says:

    George will be missed very much. He was a good friend of my son’s and we loved him very much. My prayers for the family in such a tragic loss.

  3. Gladys Dickson says:

    May your fond memories of George bring you some comfort during this difficult time, look back at the good times you shared and know that when we lose a loved one here on earth we gain an angel watching over us. May you take comfort in know that George will always be watching over you guys. Our deepest sympathy, our hearts are with you guys, we love you. Joe and Gladys

    • George W Lunney IV says:

      Thank you both, Tina and I look forward to hanging the windchime up that the gang got for us. We were so thankful that we all had the chance to spend time with him on the cruise.

  4. You touched a lot of hearts, you will not be forgotten by anyone, least of all by your family. You were taken too soon from this world, just as everything was looking up for you! I love you my son and will miss your voice. Good night, I love you was what we always said to each other. I know it to be true and will never be lost. When it’s my time to leave this world we will meet up again. Good night, love you, ttyl! Dad

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