George  Fassett

George Carl "Sr" Fassett

Thursday September 10th, 2020
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Date of Birth: March 22, 1951

Date of Death: Thursday, September 10, 2020

Age: 69

FORT WORTH – George Carl Fassett, Sr. known as “Pops”, gracefully passed on Thursday, September 10, 2020, at the young age of 69 years at a hospice facility in Burleson.

Born in Watertown, New York to Carl and Jean Fassett, Pops was a fraternal twin with John Fassett (deceased) and younger brother of his sister JoAnn. Growing up in a local grocery and butcher shop in the town of Adams Center where Pops learned the ways of a meat cutter and smoke-pit master. He was part of a band enjoying the bass guitar and was a back-up singer. In 1972 he married Linda Bickel whom he had two boys with, George Jr. and Robert. Pops continued the path of a butcher, eventually becoming a district supervisor for a grocery chain. After which he started his final career with RadioShack as a Manager. Pops, Linda, and Robert relocated to Fort Worth Texas after his oldest son, George Jr., attended Texas Christian University and chose to remain in Fort Worth. Pops retired at the age of 62 from RadioShack. He enjoyed his remaining years smoking meats on his back porch in his custom smokehouse, taking cruises with his family, being a grandfather to Paige, George III (Trey), and Emily while enjoying his life with his wife Linda.

“With every privilege there comes responsibly” was a saying Pops would share with his children and eventually his grandchildren while they were growing up. He was known for his long talks on moral and ethical grounding and what was right and wrong. He played guitar when he had time and enjoyed crocheting blankets. Pops was a hardworking provider and a family man, supporting his wife, children, and grandchildren in all they enjoyed and wanted to do.

He surrounded himself with people who equally enjoyed his company. He loved a good well marbled steak and a 7&7. He enjoyed the gospel of Reverend Robert Schuller.

Memorials: In lieu of flowers or gifts, he requests a charitable contribution to be made to Samaritan House of Tarrant County or Community Hospice of Texas.

Survivors: His wife Linda, their older son George Jr, and grandchildren Paige and George III “Trey”. His younger son Robert, and his granddaughter Emily. His sister JoAnn Hubbard.
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Linda D. Greene

Posted at 08:55am
Sending my sincerest sympathies to George's family and to JoAnn. George's parents, Carl and Jean saved Adams Center during the great blizzard. Without them, I think we would all have starved.

George Fassett

Posted at 04:31pm
If you would like to join us on Saturday, September 19, 2020 at Pearls Cherokee Bar & Lounge on Division in Arlington at 4pm we will be having a celebration of life for George "Pops" Fassett, Sr. - There is a facebook event sign up or just stop by.

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