George Wayne McDanell
December 6, 1936 - October 13, 2011
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Kilpatrick Funeral Home
1200 Lamy Lane
Monroe, LA 71201
318-323-9611 | Map
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Kilpatrick Funeral Home
1200 Lamy Lane
Monroe, LA 71201
318-323-9611 | Map
Sunday 10/16

Funeral services for Mr. George W. McDanell, 74 of West Monroe will be held at 11:00 AM, Sunday, October 16, 2011 at West Monroe Convention Center Conference Hall. Rev. David Womack, Rev. Daymond Heinrich, and Rev. Timothy Shapley will be officiating. Interment will follow at Hasley Cemetery West Monroe under the direction of Kilpatrick Funeral…

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DALE MCDANELL left a message on November 14, 2011:
Brother, There Will Never Be A Nother You. I Have And Always Loved You, Respected You, And Come To You For A Lot Of Advise. I Relive Time And Time Again The Memeries We Shared And All The Good Times We Had. Tell The Lord Our Savior I will See him And All My Love Ones Soon. Your Baby Brother, DALE
Mike Belk left a message on October 19, 2011:
A candle was lit by Mike Belk on 2011/10/19
Carla & Greg Rolen left a message on October 15, 2011:
Aunt Sylvia and family - please know that we are lifting all of you up in our prayers at this difficult time. While we didn't get to be around George too many times, he sure was a caring and nice man; very enjoyable to talk with. George must have been extra special to share in Aunt Sylvia's life. Heaven is brighter with George there and we are thankful that George is healed. Peace and comfort to the family.
Carol Hudson Parker left a message on October 15, 2011:
Sylvia and family - My deepest sympathies to you for the loss of my dear friend and "brother figure". Since I was a little girl, I always wanted to marry George Wayne or Ronnie George. But neither of them waited for me to grow up. I am very sorry for your loss as I know he was a good man and a wonderful friend and companion to you. Your time seems so short together. I'm truly touched by the grief you have suffered because I know you are a good person and a faithful, lovely wife to two good men. You deserved more time with each of them. My heart goes out to you. May the Lord comfort you and keep you in his arms. Love, Carol Ann
Cynthia Starr left a message on October 15, 2011:
Rest In Peace Chief. Our prayers are for your family, friends and departments as they pass thru this time of sorrow. It is our prayer that all feel the loving comfort of the Lord Jesus at this time.
Peace of mind is a call away. We're here when you need us most.
Frank Mobley left a message on October 15, 2011:
I received a call early Friday morning telling me you had moved into your new mansion and I was thankful you were no longer suffering with pain. You were always a man of character & integrity that I admired and highly respected. You touched many lives, had many friends, and we all will miss you greatly. You were a GREAT UNCLE!
Wilma Partrige left a message on October 15, 2011:
George, one of the God's greatest blessings in my life was having you for a brother. You were such an inspiration to me and to all who knew you. Although my heart is aching, I rejoice today in knowing that you are with Jesus and that your healing is complete. Until we meet again, I'll keep you close in my heart. Little Sister, Wilma
Myrlene Axtell left a message on October 15, 2011:
My dearest, big brother, George. What a glorious day for you on Oct. 13th, when Jesus took you by your hand and led you to your heavenly home, where you have a new body, you have a new life...no more suffering, no more pain. When you left, you took a piece of my heart with you, and when I meet you in Heaven, you can return it to me. Your life was not always easy, but it was always one of honesty and integrity. To all your friends, family, and caregivers who made your fight a little easier: your wife, Sylvia, whom you adored, L.V. Frith, a faithful friend, your litle sister, Wilma, and nurse and niece, Mary Kate, and your doctor, nephew, Keith, who tirelessly tended to you during the last days. To everyone who visited, and prayed. Until we meet again, I remain your sis, Myrlene
Jerry C. Steele left a message on October 14, 2011:
George McDanell and I were friends more like brothers in high school. Things we did together like dragging third street, going for a midnight swim at the Magnolia bridge, hitchiking to mississippi on week ends going our different ways when we graduated..Always over the years we have kept in touch..A friend may move away but the memories you never forget...My condolences for his wife and family. You may be gone George but you will never be forgotten.....Steele......
Jay Kavanaugh left a message on October 14, 2011:
I had many opportunities to call on Major McDannell while I was pursuing my career with Ruston PD. The Major was never too busy to help and was always friendly. My deepest sympathies to his family and the many officers who worked with him.
Michael Perkins left a message on October 14, 2011:
"Good Ole George," may as well have been his real name, instead of a nickname, for as many people that called him by that title. The last time I saw him was at a WMPD Old Timers reunion earlier this year, and he was the same Ole George; gravel-voiced, good-natured, loveable character. He regaled us with stories, some about my own exploits or foibles as a young cop. I've met and worked with cops all over the US and the world since I left the WMPD, and let me tell you, George was among the best. He could have policed anywhere, and he chose to serve his local community. The community is better for his service. Class act, that one. Rest in peace, George. We'll miss you.
Eileen Depner left a message on October 14, 2011:
Dear George, We talked several times that we both knew that God was the Great Physian, and if He wished He could take you to be with Him in Heaven at any time What a thrill to know that now you are face to face with our Lord. The song goes "Just think of stepping on shore and find it Heaven." Love you, and will miss our talks that we had during the year. Now we wait the Lord's return, where we will be once again reunited with love ones who have gone on before us. Eileen {cousin}
Larry W. Norris left a message on October 14, 2011:
I began my law enforcement career in July 1971. On that day, a little more than 40 years ago, I met George. Anyone who is not a police officer will probably not understand the bond that we all shared with one another. It was a bond unlike the bond I have with my non-cop friends. I immediately bonded with George then, and have loved him like a brother since. I spent the day with George Sunday before last. Other than being uncomfortable, he was alert and as sharp as ever. We spent the entire day reminiscing, laughing and telling old stories. I told him then that I envied him because he was a man that everyone liked. I’ve never heard of a soul who disliked George or had a bad word to say about him. His demeanor earned him his well-deserved nick name.. ‘Good Ole George’. I will forever cherish the time I spent with George that Sunday. I know where you are now George and I am grateful you are no longer suffering. My friend, I will see you again someday.
Kilpatrick Funeral Homes left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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