Wilkerson Funeral Home and Crematory
Friday September 11th, 2020
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George Anthony DiehlGeorge Anthony Diehl, 56, of Reidsville, NC passed away peacefully, September 9, 2020. A memorial service will be held on Friday, September 11, 2020 at 2 P.M. at Wilkerson Funeral Home. George was born to the late James E. Diehl and Joan Diane Smith. He was an accomplished plumber and welder and was always willing to help those in need. He loved his children and his grandchildren along with his faithful companion Buster. He will be greatly missed by all who knew him. Along with his parents, he is preceded in death by his twin brother, James “Jim” E Diehl and sister, Pauline Diehl. He is survived by his children, Kimberley Diehl (Laughlin Armstrong) and Karl Diehl; granddaughter, Aurora-Kay Diehl; step mother, Susan Diehl; sister, Joan Sullivan (Pat); brother, John Lewus; step sons, Brandon Mitchell and Michael Meyers and their mother, Wanda Diehl; nephews, PJ Sullivan (Dominique) and Ryan Sullivan (Feriel) and niece, Kelly House (Adam) as well as a large and loving extended family.
I did not know this was posted. My final copy of my speech was forgotten and Ive since updated it to what I didnt have. Thank you dulci :heart: My dad was so skilled with his hands creating something strong like him. He was devoted and proud of the things that mattered most. I had no preparation and I feel cheated having my father stolen from me so early on in life. He walked my brother side by side through boy scouts along with my mothers father, while feeding my forever changing interests from singing to cheerleading to soccer and guitar. He was my best friend, Ive been blessed with parents I can call my best friends since Ive grown as a parent myself. Thank you to those involved in the beauty of such a tragedy and loss :heart::pray:
kimberley diehl (daughter) Sep 13 2020 10:26 PM
Life is short, they tell you but dont prepare you. How to you prepare for the loss of a father, brother, uncle, friend? My dad was not an easy man; nor his father, his brother, or many of us. But he was a good man. He meant well, rolled with the punches and never let the bad in life take him out. Hard working my dad accomplished many things. He went from making my clothes, welding, roofing, building all sorts of impressive structures still standing to this day. He taught me lessons I dont know he ever knew I fully learned, yet used as I too rolled with the punches. My dad was proud of me and my brother, aswell as the rest of his family. Family was family to him and he treated many with the same respect he did the family he so valued. When my parents split I was torn because I was so blessed with parents who were not only great at, but dedicated to being so involved in their kids lives growing up. Life is beautiful, death is cruel. Short bittersweet and ever changing, nothing changed when it came to my fathers love. I know my dad was proud of me, my brother, his family and more.... but I dont think he ever got to realize how proud of him I was. I love you, Dad ***** the real, unstreamed speech.
kimberley diehl (daughter) Sep 13 2020 10:19 PM
My condolences to Kay and her family at this time of need. My god cradle you all with his love and strength . Sandy Fannock
Sandy Fannock Sep 10 2020 8:34 PM
To George's entire family, loved ones and friends. My dear friend Kay, Kimberly and Karl. My deepest condolences at this time of his passing. Prayers for for comfort, strength and peace. May God surround your family with love and healing. If you need anything please know I am here for you all. Love you
Dulci J Krautsack Sep 10 2020 7:06 PM
Joan Iam so sorry to hear about your brother George he will be miss dearly I will always rember him and the good times we had when we were kids my thoughts are with you call me sometime
Karen Quevy Sep 10 2020 6:04 PM