Georgie Earl Bruce Starks Jr

Home: Salt Lake City, Utah
Death Date: September 8, 2017
Birthdate: January 14, 1971
Place Of Birth: Two Rivers, Wisconsin
Service Information: Friday, September 15, 2017 12:30 PM
Service Location: Cathedral of the Madeleine

In Loving Memory

I knew George through his work in the education industry and through personal friends. George's ready smile always charmed the room and we shared many laughs over the years. I was so impressed when he told me he had walked the Camino de Santiago and now I learn he did it four times. George, your earthly pilgrimage is over; you have moved on to better fields. We will miss you.

Renee Whitney
Salt Lake City, UT

My deepest condolences to the entire Starks family! I didn't know George well but I remember Kelly talking so fondly of her brother! At Kelly's wedding, I was struck by how loving and close this beautiful family was and is to this day!! Thank you for sharing these beautiful memories of him with all of us!! May God bless and keep you!

Jennifer Welsh Fahselt
Salinas, CA

Our condolences to the Stark family. My wife, Karen and I worked with George for many years as his sales and distribution supplier at Midpoint Trade Books.We truly loved George! He was such a passionate person, for people and for the causes that he supported. We will never forget that infectious laugh!! And always that twinkle in his eye. He will always be remembered in our hearts. God Bless.

Christopher Bell
Northville, MI

I wish to express my condolences to the entire Starks family. George was an amazing influence on everyone he met. By his actions in life he elevated his friends and family to be better people and made a difference in his community. Through George I have met or shared experiences with most of his family. When you met George you met his family. The Starks accepted you as a lifelong friend immediately and you were welcomed into their lives. I appreciate the time we shared and to be a small part of their circle of friends. His family, community, and friends are better from his friendship, support, and guidance he will be greatly missed and remembered for his generosity and kindness.

Brent Clackson
Vancouver, BC

Sending Out LOVE, Healing and Happy Memories to Family and Friends.  
George blessed US with a Furry very energetic puppy Madeline -"Matty" many moons back that enriched our lives with abundant energy.  
She lived a long life and now continues on with George for further "Adventures".  

Tamara Earl
Salt Lake City, UT

George was one of my writing students at SLCC before he attended Gonzaga. He was one of the very best writers and compassionate young men I've met. Although I visited Blue Star, I missed seeing him and knowing about his illness. Today I read the Intermountain Catholic after his funeral Mass (sigh!). His impressive obit and video are valuable memories of a well-lived life. Sympathy & prayers for all.

Marilyn Nowell-Bown
Salt Lake City , UT

We are so sorry for your families loss.We did not know Georgie very well, but he was always such a caring gentleman.

Jerry & Carol Diana
Murray, UT

I am very sorry to learn of Mr. Bruce Starks Jr. passing. Someday Jesus will call and the dead will answer.The question is if man dies can he live again?  
Job 14:14,15 Jehovah will long for the work of his hands.


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