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George W. Nathan Jr.
April 1, 1930 ~ December 17, 2023 (age 93) 93 Years Old
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George W. Nathan Jr., aged 93, formerly of Sarasota FL, and Brockton and Brewster MA, passed away peacefully on December 17, 2023. He was the devoted husband of the late Mary T. Nathan for 41 years. Born on April 1, 1930, George was the cherished son of the late George Nathan Sr. and Mary A. Nathan, and was a loving father, grandfather, brother, and friend.
George grew up in Duxbury, where he attended Duxbury High School. He also attended Bentley College of Accounting and Finance and developed a strong foundation that would guide him throughout his life. He was known for his analytical mind, a trait that served him well in his long and respected career in the finance department of the Boston Gas Company. George's professional dedication and astute financial insights were greatly valued by his colleagues and associates.
In his personal life, George enjoyed golfing, and belonged to the Captains Golf Course in Brewster MA for many years. He also enjoyed traveling to the U.S. National Parks as well as taking long walks with his family. He was an avid sports fan and enjoyed watching all Boston sports. Additionally, Finance was not only his career but also his passion, as he took a special interest in the stock market, always eager to learn and share his knowledge with others. After retirement he enjoyed being on the board of directors at his residences in Sarasota Florida as their Treasurer.
George was loved and adored by his family. He is survived by his loving children: Jean Sullivan of Bridgewater, Judith LaBelle and her husband Brian of Plainville, Gary Nathan of Norton, Robert McGee and his wife Marian of Holyoke, and Beverly Capece and her husband James of Easton. George was the proud grandfather to ten grandchildren: Marc Sullivan and his fiancé Madison, Ryan Sullivan and his wife Brooke, Brian LaBelle and his fiancé Jessica, Daniel LaBelle and his wife Shannon, Emily Nathan, Timothy McGee and his wife Jenny, Lauren O’Roark and her husband Evan, and Bradley, Jeffrey and Molly Capece. He also had 3 great grandchildren: Eagan and Callum McGee, and Will O’Roark. He is also survived by his sister, Barbara Copeland, and was predeceased by his first wife Helen A. Nathan, and his brother, Robert Nathan. Each family member holds dear the memory of George's steadfast love and guidance.
As we bid farewell to George W. Nathan Jr., we celebrate a life well-lived, marked by love, dedication, and a zest for life that inspired all. He will be deeply missed, but his spirit will continue to live on in the hearts and memories of his family and friends. The funeral and burial will be private at his family’s request.