Guest Book for George B. Chapman Sr.

Provided by Ronnie L. Stewart Funeral Service

Posted by: Eric Norton
Tue October 01, 2013

SPATHIPHYLLUM was sent by Ric Norton.

In loving memory of a true gentleman and friend.


Posted by: Leon and Janice Butler
Tue October 01, 2013
Each of you are in our thoughts and prayers.  Peace be with the family.  God bless.  Leon and Janice

Posted by: Tifton Drugs
Tue October 01, 2013
Sorry for your loss. Praying for peace in this difficult time.

Posted by: Tammie Gibbs
Tue October 01, 2013
We are so sorry to hear of your loss. Your dad was always good to us and you have all been such good friends. Know that we are lifting you up in prayer during this difficult time. Please let us know if you need anything.

Tammie, Mike and Anthony Gibbs

Posted by: Peggy Donehoo
Tue October 01, 2013
Sarah, I'm sure John was one of the first to greet George on the other side.  He was so grateful that you and George had each other.

We (Tim & I) had planned in advance to come down when this occured, but this week-long advance training course of his is almost mandatory.  
My prayers will be with you constantly.

Posted by: Wayne and Kathy Davis
Tue October 01, 2013
Wayne and I were so sorry to hear about Mr. Chapman passing away. He was a fine man and will  be missed. My condolences go out to his wife Sara,his two sons and families..

Posted by: Ricky & Marsha Ussery
Tue October 01, 2013
Wes, Byram, Mrs Sarah & extended family;

Mr George was  truly a gentleman  and I count it a pleasure to have known him over the past 20 or so years.  I met Mr George when I first came to work in Vidalia over 20 years ago, he was always encouraging and helpful in giving back to the community.

May the peace which surpasses all understanding be with each of you during this time.

Posted by: Trent Akins
Tue October 01, 2013
When I opened my first pharmacy in 1988, I went and visited George at his home and asked him for advise. The one thing he told me and I've never forgotten was, "you run your business and don't let your business run you". I have struggled to adhere to his advise over the years,but have strived to keep that at the forefront. He also told me on another occasion to not let business cause me to neglect my family. He was a true mentor and friend who left his mark on my life. Well done good and faithful servant! Enjoy your eternal life with our Savior!

Posted by: Pat Van Dyke Mc Cullough
Tue October 01, 2013
Our thoughts and prayers are with each of you during this sad time.  George was such an inspiration to me when I was growing up.  As the kids babysitter, I got to know him in a private setting as well as through our church.  He was truly a man for the people, for his family, but firstly, for his God.  Thank you Mr. George for the inspiration you shared with so many people throughout your professional, Christian, and personal life.  We know you will not be forgotten.

Posted by: Peggy Sanders
Wed October 02, 2013
I will miss my Uncle George. He was an example to me of what a good man should be.  I will miss our talks we used to have. I have loved you all my life.

Posted by: Barbara Williams
Wed October 02, 2013
Dear Wes, Briam, and Mrs. Sara,

I was so saddened when I heard about Mr. George. He was a highly respected man that had many friends. Mr. George was the best "BOSS" I ever worked with. I love my Chapman Pharmacy and Healthcare Family! We will miss Mr. George very much!
God Bless you all, I will keep you in my thoughts and Prayers.

Barbara and Donnie


Posted by: J Charles Coleman
Wed October 02, 2013
The Pharmacy will not seem the same without the presence of Mr. George.  He was always  polite and kind not matter the situation.  He will be missed.

J Charles & Janeth Coleman and family

Posted by: Joseph Morris
Thu October 03, 2013
Biram and Family,
I hate to hear about your father.  I hope you and your family the best. Hopefully, you will remember the good times that you had together.

God Bless

Posted by: Fred & Sheila David
Sun October 06, 2013
Mr. George will be missed. He had the kindest soul and easy spirit. Fred & I enjoyed his stories and sense of humor. Most of all, we were struck by his genuine kindness and love for others. Our only regret is that we did not know him better! I know Mr. George was greeted by many in the Promise Land where he knows no more pain and sickness. He must be so full of joy...Please know that we are praying for you, all of you!
Fred, Sheila & Lily