Floyd George Hotelling
Floyd George Hotelling was born Oct. 6, 1933, and passed away Sept. 11, 2021. Floyd George was born in DeWitt Township; and since 1967, he resided in Fowlerville, MI, with his wife Mary Hotelling.
After graduation, George joined the National Guard. During his service in the National Guard, he was stationed in Lansing. Over the following years, George wore many different hats. He worked as a mechanic, a cab driver, an operator of a gas station, and an instructor of gun safety and archery club. George retired from Howell Schools, and in retirement worked for the Livingston County Juvenile Court as a transporter, tether tech, and foster parent.
George enjoyed riding a motorcycle in his younger days, fishing, watching his sons and grandchildren wrestle, and playing Euchre at the senior center as he grew older.
George is preceded in death by his parents, Anna and Floyd Hotelling and his daughter, Laurie Hotelling. He is survived by his wife, Mary Hotelling; his children, Greg, Duane, Michael (Michelle), and Tina (George Hook); his brother, James (Shirley) and sister, Janice; his grandkids, Mecheel (TJ), Alyssa, George III (Mariah), Caiden (Jenée), Shawn, Aubrianna, Haliey, and Alexis; and his great grandkids, Nicole, Samantha, Damien, David, Jasper, and Nathaniel. Several nieces and nephews also survive George.
Services were held on September 14, 2021, at the Fowlerville Senior Center at 11am with family and friends. We would like to thank Pastor Scott Herald from Fowlerville United Methodist for his eulogy during the memorial at the Senior Center.
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