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George Robert Stadlmayr, 88, went to Our Lord the morning of February 19, 2018 while at the Battle Creek VA Medical Center Palliative Care Unit.

George entered this world on September 26, 1929 to parents, Alois & Josephine (Fenn) Stadlmayr in Columbus, Ohio. He served in the Army during 1951-53 Korean Conflict. He was a longtime resident of Southwest Michigan as proprietor and operator of V J George Beauty Salon, St Joseph, MI since 1969. George was an entrepreneur of many commercial ventures, supporter of the arts and good conversationalist.

George is preceded in death by his parents; his sister, Mary Jo Carlisle; brother-in-law, Walter J. Carlisle Jr., and nephew, Walter Joseph Carlisle III. He is survived by niece, Barbara Carlisle King; nephews, Stephen & Dianne Carlisle, Thomas Sr. & Dena Carlisle, Pete & Sue Carlisle and Paul & Anita Carlisle; sixteen great-nieces and nephews: Allison & Phil, Colleen & Matt, Elizabeth & Charles, Stephanie, Ben & Trent, Audrey & Mark, Thomas Jr., Adam, Joe & Amanda, Michael & Savannah, Meghan & Alan, Jill, Jenna, Sam & Cortney, Greg and Faith; great-great nieces and nephews, David, Michael, Danny, Riley, Braeden, Kandice, Zac, Thomas III, Cavin, Maryah and Calysta and many friends including Chuck Mills. 

Honoring his wishes cremation will take place and a private burial will take place at St. Joseph Catholic Cemetery in Columbus, Ohio, later this spring. To send a message of sympathy to the family, sign George’s online guest book, or to share a favorite memory, please visit:

Arrangements are entrusted to Michigan Cremation & Funeral Care, Grand Rapids. An exclusive provider of Veteran’s Funeral Care. 


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  1. Mary Hossfeld on February 27, 2018 at 2:01 pm

    You were a great man who will be missed. Have many memories of you but the best one is when I went cross country skiing with you.

  2. Cheryl Glowacki and Doris Champagne on March 3, 2018 at 8:54 am

    George will be missed. He was a kind-hearted man with a great sense of humor. Always greeted us with a smile. He will be missed by us a great deal. It was always a joy to keep in touch even after he stopped working. God be with his family, friends including Chuck. Take care, Good Friend, and May God hold you tight in his tender arms as He welcomes you to Heaven.

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