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George Pignoli

George Michael "Jordie" Pignoli

Wednesday, June 22nd, 1955 - Thursday, November 21st, 2019
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PIGNOLI, George Michael "Jordie" It is with great sadness the family announces the sudden passing of George at his home in Frankford on Thursday, November 21st, 2019, in his 65th year. Dear father to Stephanie Pignoli, Joseph Pignoli, and Michael Pignoli. Will be missed by his four legged companion Patches. Predeceased by his parents George and Irene Pignoli. A private Celebration of Life will be held at a later date. As an expression of sympathy, donations to Quinte Humane Society would be appreciated. Arrangement entrusted to the FRANKFORD FUNERAL CHAPEL 40 North Trent St., Frankford (613-398-6400). To leave a condolence, please visit www.rushnellfamilyservices.com
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Deb burgie

Posted at 02:05pm
We are sorry to just hear of the passing of George. We just talked on messenger a month before, talked about getting together. You were a wonderful person, remembering all the great laughs, fishing down at the point, bon fires. Friday pizzas at our house. You will alway be remembered, never forgotten. Rest In Peace my friend love Bill, Deb

Deb Johnstone

Posted at 08:49pm
George had a special place in my heart. I will always have great memories of the good times together on Old Baldy, reminiscing about the old days while sitting around the many bon fires or just hanging out on the deck. It was always a pleasure to see him walk around the corner of the house when popping by to visit. I can still see the way he would smile and his eyes would crinkle at the corners when he would say, " Hi Deb!"
I never heard him speak ill of anyone. He was so humble. He had the best laugh. Most of all I will remember him as the true gentleman he was. You will be forever missed my dear cousin. Rest well.


Posted at 10:17pm
There are so many fond memories of fun, laughter, get togethers at the Point. Lots of fun sledding on the River. George was always a gentleman and great friend. You will be greatly missed. Rest in Peace my friend.

Donna Johnstone

Posted at 05:26pm
George was a gentleman. He was not only my cousin, he was my best friend. Whether it was dinners over here with Rick and I, or a cup or two of tea, George was welcome here always. I'm going to miss his presence and his laugh. He meant the world to me. Thank you George. I will always love you. MIZPAH.

steve robertson /pride

Posted at 05:30pm
We are going to miss you but cherish the good times. From stoping over for beers in the garage with dad to going out on sleds and Trying to get fish huts off the ice or boating at big chief George always had a big heart and was like a second dad. Love you George look forward to seeing you again some day .


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