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George Lawrence Bailey Junior – May 4, 2019

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George Lawrence Bailey Junior

“If we are fortunate, we one day find that person who impacts our world in such a way that our life is never the same again. By chance, or by design, we meet that someone who offers the support, encouragement, and inspiration to become more than we ever thought possible.” For the Bailey family that person was George Bailey, and his passing on May 4, 2019 has left them at a loss.

George Lawrence Bailey Junior was born to George and Jane (Stone) Bailey on July 7, 1949 in Susanville, California. He grew up on his family’s ranch in Janesville, California and attended Lake School through the eighth grade. He graduated from Lassen High School in 1967, and after attending two years at Lassen Junior College, he transferred to California State University, Chico where he graduated at the top of his class with a bachelor’s degree in Business. George then returned home to begin working with his grandfather, Bill, and father, George Sr., on the family ranch. In January of 1975, he married Margie Chappuis, and the two dedicated their lives not only to each other but to the Bailey ranch. They had three children: Diana, Robert, and Lee. George was a unique individual, and anyone who met him never forgot him. Lassen County will not be the same without him.

George is survived by his wife Margie Bailey (Chappuis), his three children: Diana, Robert and Lee, his daughters-in-law: Stephanie (Morish) and Brenna (Parr), son-in-law: Robert Pastor, sister: Susan Dow, Nephews: Willis Dow, Chris and Justin Hughes, Casey Weeks, and Matt and Jesse Handy, niece: Geordon Handy, and his seven grandchildren: Justus Nagel, Mitchel Pastor, Tucker, Kemper and Samantha Bailey, and Jake and Cooper Bailey.

 

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