George Bernard Tack

  • Born: September 22, 1931
  • Died: November 24, 2020
  • Location: Manchester, New Hampshire

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George Bernard Tack, 89, of Manchester, passed away November 24, 2020 in Manchester at Maple Leaf Health Care Center.

He was born in Manchester on September 22,1931, the son of Bernard and Gertrude (Deroo) Tack. In his youth he tap-danced at the Palace theater and while he served in the United States Navy on the USS Bataan from 1949 to 1953. Upon his return home from the Navy, he started his 59 years of employment at Granite State Manufacturing and wed Marilyn (Hutchins) with whom he celebrated 65 years of wedded bliss.

He enjoyed spending time with his family, whether it was vacationing on Popham Beach or numerous trips to Disney with the grandchildren. He also traveled to Red Sox spring training games in Florida. He loved being a grandpa to his grandchildren and especially to his great granddaughters. George always put his love of family and his faith of god first. George was a lifetime member of Faith Baptist Church, and was instrumental in their move and building at the present location 53 Mammoth Rd.

He was predeceased by his wife Marilyn in 2018 and by a daughter Susan and two sons, Eric and Allan.

Family members include three sons, Glen and wife Carol, Gregg and wife Susan, and David and wife Liz, all of Manchester; six grandchildren, Amy Johnson and husband Steve, David Jr and wife Jessica, Jon, Craig, Adam and fiancée Abby Smith, and George; two great granddaughters Emma Johnson and Rachel Tack; his brother Jon and his wife Phyllis of Florida; his cousin "like a sister" Ann Southmayd of Londonderry; and nephews, nieces and cousins.

A memorial gathering is scheduled for Saturday January 9, 2021 from 10 to 11 followed by an 11 AM memorial service at Faith Baptist Church, 53 Mammoth Rd, Manchester. A graveside committal service with military honors is scheduled for this coming spring at Pine Grove Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, please make donations in memory of George and Marilyn to Faith Baptist church youth ministries. Phaneuf Funeral Homes and Crematorium, Manchester, is in charge of arrangements. To view an Online Tribute, send condolences to the family, or for more information, visit www.phaneuf.net


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we miss your smile and kindness at Mape leaf rest peaceful

Posted by judy Foote - manchester, NH - Friend   January 27, 2021

To the whole Tack family, I'm so sorry to hear your patriarch has passed. George and Marilyn were such a nice and loving couple, I mourn them both. The passing of my own Dad three years ago was the hardest I've ever dealt with, so I understand the loss felt by three sons. The hole left in your hearts...devastating.
Much love and sympathy, Adrian Sargent

Posted by adrian sargent - Manchester, NH - Family   January 19, 2021

Glen, Gregg and David; George was a dedicated and very accomplished gentleman and I am honored to have known him. Please accept my deepest sympathy.

Posted by Forrest Evarts - Deering, NH   December 16, 2020

To a loyal and dear friend in business and in life. A significant influence in the success at GSM for more than 50 years and to three generations of Allard family management. You were highly respected and always represented yourself and the Company at a high standard. A life well lived. Thank You with deep admiration Ron Allard

Posted by Ron Allard - Bedford, NH - Coworker   December 15, 2020

To Glen, Gregg and David, So sorry to hear of the passing of your father. He was a kind person and great co-worker at GSM My deepest sympathies to you and your families.

Posted by JOYCE KRAR - Naples, FL - Coworker   December 14, 2020

George and Marilyn were a blessing to everyone at Faith Baptist. They were first to greet us when we came to Faith Baptist. They were a very loving, Christian couple, and will be missed. Paul and Lynn Collins

Posted by Paul and Lynn Collins - Manchester, NH - Friend   December 11, 2020

George has been a blessing to me and my family since the first day I met him. God be with his wonderful family.

Posted by Joseph Malynn - MANCHESTER, NH - Friend   December 09, 2020


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