Doyle Ray “Chief” George

April 17, 1946 ~ February 23, 2022 (age 75)

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DENNIS, MS   Mr Doyle Ray "Chief" George age 75 passed Wednesday, February 23rd 2022 at North Ms Medical Center, Tupelo.  He was born to Delbert and Ruby Mae Baugus George on April 17, 1946 in Arkansas.  Chief was a Army Veteran and was a retired security guard for APMM in Baldwyn.  There will be no formal funeral services per Mr Georges request.  Simple burial will be in the newly formed George family cemetery. He leaves his wife Paula Healey George of Dennis, 3 Daughters, Trina Wright (Chris) of Corinth, Linda "Squeeky" George of Tishomingo, Amber George (Franklin Anderson), of Corinth, 3 Sons Matt George (Matt Kelley) of Pigeon Forge, Tn, Seth George (Kelsey) of Guntown, and Devin George (Kendall Johnson) of Tupelo.  He also leaves a brother Bennie George (Kem) of Manilla, Arkansas,  friends of his and the family, John Marshall of Booneville and Linda George who is the mother of his 3 oldest children.  He leaves 9 grandchildren to mourn his passing, Gary Wright, Coty George, Junior Kelton, Avery George, Mikkilena Wright, Breann Nash, Ray George, Ainia George and Camden George. 5 great grandchildren, Addison Wright, Elijah George, Chloe George, Avilee Wright and Finnely Wright.  Our family at Associated are very honored and grateful to have been chosen to serve the George family.  Our prayers to all the family and friends of Mr George's.

6 thoughts on “Doyle Ray “Chief” George”

  1. Prayers for his family and Doyle Ray thanks for serving our country and rest in peace.
    I know Jimmy was waiting for you on the other side.
    Everyone is going to miss you and Jimmy singing for them.
    A friend from Manila

  2. My thoughts and Prayers are with all of his Family and Friends I know that it’s hard losing a loved One I lost My Dad one Year ago on Jan the 8th his name was Charles George I Pray that God will Wrap arms arms around You and May You Peace in Knowing that he’s in a Better place love Yall

  3. Love & prayers for all the family. Doyle has gone home to be with Jesus & will be missed by many. He was a man who loved serving God. As well as one who served our country when he was younger. God bless all who knew him.


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