In Memory

George Pulver

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06/20/18 12:06 PM #1    

Jane Heisterman (Naeseth)

It was a very sad time our senior year when George died in a car accident. George had been in my classes since second grade.

06/22/18 01:27 PM #2    

Pete Quinby

I sat behind George in every class when we were seated alphabetically. I can still remember the day and the study hall where his seat was empty, forever. We did not have crises teams then. We all could have used one.

06/23/18 11:36 AM #3    

Ron Sample

George and I had good times as part of the North  Grade School crowd.  (Shout out to Jane Heisterman above, my gorgeous prom date.)  Great teachers and great kids.  George and Bruce Boxleitner (aka Scarecrow from Scarecrow and Mrs. King) used to pick me up on the walk to school.  I think of George, Mike Frett, and the rest often.  Great memories.

06/23/18 12:58 PM #4    

Nancy Angsten


I had the same emotion in English class the Monday morning after he died.  His seat in front of me was empty.  I could hardly hear the teacher that day.  Yes, we could have used a crisis team, but as so many other things teens went through back then, we had to deal with it the best we could.  Pretty sad.

George was a really nice young man.

06/24/18 10:54 AM #5    

Patrick O'Grady

That was a very tough fall.  I crushed my chest in a motorcycle accident w terry williams. Hospitalized for almost a month.  Dennis rich and his sister had a motorcycle accident while i was hospitalized.  I got out of the hospital just in time to go to george's funeral.  And to visit dennis in the hospital. I didnt dress for PE, coach wanted to know where ny excuse was, so being a smartass, i just lifted my shirt, and showed him my scar.

07/10/18 07:15 PM #6    

Mike Frett

It is so great that my classmates remember our friend George Pulver 50 years after his passing. You all know what a great person he was. Our North School years were great, as well as junior high and CLHS.

    A note to Ron Sample: George and you were heroes to many of our classmates at North. As I recall, it was either you or George defending a classmate from the one bad seed at school. At the bike rack after school. The kid never learned.


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