George Overath

I think I can reach the height

Although the O claims he's shy, just watch him at any of our basketball games, and you'll see quite a competitor...George's words of wisdom to the guys -- Bob, Al, John, and Al -- are "You I need!"...that pep rally in '67 will always be remembered with a chuckle.

Yearbook page: 80

George Overath



On October 5, 2009 4:59 AM, Mary Alice Clark wrote:

The Maryland cousins are numerous and still stay in touch thru facebook. The McNeals, Aunt Betty's girls are on face book as is Meredith and Aunt Madalyn's Clan are also viewing all the news from family members. Francie and Susan, Uncle Babes girls...have not heard from for a long time. If you find this write a note to all of us !
George...I think of you everytime we travel to Leesport for craft shows...I know you are not too far away. Love , Sweetie, now a grandmother of 4

On February 13, 2009 2:16 PM, Pat of the Overath clan wrote:

Hi Maggie Overath Wendell,
I found your note when I was asked to search my name on the internet for work and see what was there. Rather than continue to communicate via public sites, please email me @
So glad to hear from you. Just want to connect. We are the branch that moved to Chicago so I don't really know many of the cousins.
Thanks, Pat

On February 2, 2009 3:53 PM, Maggie Overath Wendell wrote:

Hey Pat,

I am working on the family history. It is good to see some people online. I ran into this photo. This George is my uncle. My Dad is the oldest son of George Nicholas Overath, Jr. Uncle George is the youngest son. This is a small world! Grin please email me :)


On December 30, 2008 10:59 PM, Pat Hagemann wrote:

I'm the daughter of Octavia Overath who'se eldest brother was George Nicholas Overath. Last address for Uncle George that I know of was in Livingston, NJ. Uncle George used to edit the monthly publication of Livingston Newsletter. Most contributors were Uncle Babe, Aunt Madalyn, Uncle Rich and Uncle George.
My son Jim Hagemann is a 1st Lt. @ McGuire AFB. Dan & I are here at his house in East Windsor through Jan. 2, 2009. We'll be driving back to Michigan on Saturday.
Just thought it would be great to find the Overath clan.
Happy New Year! Pat Marshall Hagemann

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