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George Muho, Jr.
October 22, 1934 ~ August 18, 2023 (age 88) 88 Years Old
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On August 18, 2023, George Muho, Jr., beloved brother, father, grandfather and great grandfather passed away at the age of 88.
Born the first child of six to George and Elizabeth Muho, Sr. on October 22nd, 1934 in Metuchen, where he'd continue to live until he was 18.
Brother to the twins, Eleanor and Elizabeth (Betty) and his only brother John (Jackie), who all predeceased him. Two younger sisters, Nancy and Susan. He married Rosemary Voigt on May 19, 1952. (Predeceased in 2005).
George joined the Army in 1953 and was stationed in Hopstaten Germany on an Airforce base as a helicopter mechanic. A short time later, his wife took a steam boat to Europe and gave birth to their first child, Rosemarie Muho. Then returning to the states and having their second girl, Suzanne Marie.
He then had his house built in Piscataway, NJ in 1963 where his third daughter, Carol Lynn and his only son, George III were born.
In 1972 he started his own business - George Muho Tile Co. George retired at the age of 80.
George left his daughters, Rosemarie Sturtevant; Suzanne Leigh (Dennis); Carol Laustsen (Eric) and George Muho (Shari).
George loved having his four children, 12 grandkids and great grandkids over for a swim in the pool, a BBQ or the annual Christmas Eve celebration. He also had an immense love for his indoor and outdoor cats, as well as feeding the birds on his deck. He had a great love of the outdoors - especially hunting where every year he would take a week long hunting trip with friends, as well as fishing and crabbing.
He is a lifetime member of the NRA as well as the BPOE Elks of Piscataway 2414.He also enjoyed visiting and sharing his tomatoes from his vast garden with his fellow Veterans.
George will be deeply missed by all those who knew and loved him.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in George's name to The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research at http://give.michaeljfox.org