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George John Nemec

LTC. George J. Nemec of Warwick died peacefully on December 31, 2020 at Doylestown Hospital from complications of Covid-19. He was 74.

Born in Philadelphia, he was the beloved husband of Marianne (Menardi) Nemec for the past 51 years and the son of the late George and Laura Nemec. George was a graduate of LaSalle College High School, Class of 1964 and received his Bachelor of Science Degree in Accounting from Drexel University in 1969. Shortly after, he became a Certified Public Accountant.  George started his career at Price Waterhouse (now PWC). In 1995 he joined Air Products and Chemicals of Allentown as an Internal Auditor.  He retired in 2006.

George was a proud veteran of the Unites States Army.  He joined the ROTC at Drexel University and then served active duty during the 1970s at Fort Jackson Military Base in South Carolina.  He served in the Reserves for 27 years at Fort Indiantown Gap Military Base and Willow Grove Naval Air Station in Pennsylvania and proudly retired with the Rank of Lieutenant Colonel in 1996.

He was a faithful parishioner of Nativity of Our Lord Parish and was an active volunteer with their weekly BINGO nights and the annual Carnival for over 20 years. He also was a volunteer in the Warminster Community coaching soccer, basketball, baseball and softball, as well as refereeing and umpiring those sports.  More recently, he volunteered his time with the Brad Fox Foundation, as well as the Finance Committee at Heritage Creek.

George was a family man.  His beloved wife, children and especially his grandchildren were the focus of his energy. He was a proud supporter at all of his children and grandchildren's educational, social, and athletic events.  Not only was he there for everything, but he made it feel like it was the most special event in the world. 

He enjoyed his own activities too.  He ran several family and friend football pools.  He loved to golf, participating in several golf leagues as well as golf outings with his children and grandchildren.  He also enjoyed the quiet simplicity of a puzzle, model boats or fishing.  In his free time, he was traveling with Marianne to away Eagles games, various casinos and racetracks.

George was a Legend.  He was larger than life. His contagious laughter filled the room.  He loved everyone he met and treated them like family.  He was always there with a smile for you, a beer, advice or a good-natured sarcastic comment.  He had a way about him where you always wanted to make him proud.

In addition to his beloved wife Marianne, he is survived by his devoted children; Denise Hill and her husband Jerry, Michelle Rich-Bonn and her husband Ed and Michael Nemec and his wife Rachel; the proud grandfather of Joseph and Thomas Hill, Vanessa, Patrick, Jason, and Alex Rich and Michael and Alyson Nemec.

George’s family will receive condolences on Wednesday, January 20thfrom 3:30-5:30 PM and again on Thursday, January 21st from 10:30am until his Funeral Mass 12:00 Noon at Nativity of Our Lord Church 605 W. Street Road, Warminster, PA 18974.  Interment with Military Honors will follow at Washington Crossing National Cemetery, Newtown.

In lieu of flowers, contributions in George’s memory may be made to Tunnel to Towers Foundation at 2361 Hylan Boulevard Staten Island, NY 10306.

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  • Afternoon Visitation

    Wednesday, January 20th
    3:30 PM - 5:30 PM

    Nativity of Our Lord Church
    605 West Street Road
    Warminster, PA 18974

  • Morning Visitation

    Thursday, January 21st
    10:30 AM - 12:00 PM

    Nativity of Our Lord Church
    605 West Street Road
    Warminster, PA 18974

  • Funeral Mass

    Thursday, January 21st
    12:00 PM

    Nativity of Our Lord Church
    605 West Street Road
    Warminster, PA 18974

  • Interment with Military Honors

    Thursday, January 21st
    2:00 PM

    Washington Crossing National Cemetery
    830 Highland Road
    Newtown, PA 18940

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