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In Memory

George Machuga

George Machuga, 59, a radio technician troubleshooter for Alyeska Pipeline Service Company, died March 2 at Providence Hospital.

A graveside service was held at Fort Richardson National Cemetery. A visitation was held at Kehl's Forest Lawn Memorial Chapel. Born Nov. 13, 1929, in Struthers, Ohio, Mr. Machuga had lived in Anchorage for 21 years. He was retired from the Air Force.

He is survived by his wife, Suzuko, and son, Tom, of Anchorage; two brothers, Harry and Steve, of Youngstown, Ohio; two sisters, Bertha de Varennes of Fort Mill, S.C., and Mary Ann Porter of Houston, Texas; and two grandchildren. Arrangements were by Kehl's Forest Lawn Memorial Chapel.

Published in the Anchorage Daily News, March 6, 1989

 
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01/27/15 10:51 AM #1    

Larry Motschenbacher

George was a Master Sargent in the Air Force and served both in Korea and Vietnam.  He was buried at the Fort Richardson National Cemetary in Anchorage, Alaska.

When I worked with George, he was on the "as-built" team, working with the Drafting Department.


05/16/17 10:45 PM #2    

Mike Smulski

George was one of a kind, and I certainly enjoyed every minute I spent with him. Go with God my friend.


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