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George “Wyatt” Greenleaf III September 20, 1946 – April 17 2020

In Memoriam

George “Wyatt” Greenleaf III

September 20, 1946 – April 17 2020

George ‘Wyatt’ Greenleaf, III

George “Wyatt” Greenleaf III passed away peacefully in Randolph,MA. He was surrounded by his special family of caregivers after suffering with dementia and complications from Covid 19. 

He was born on September 20,1946, in Boothbay Harbor ME.

He is predeceased by George W. Greenleaf II and Betty Madeline (Bell) Greenleaf. Wyatt  graduated UE highschool in Endicott NY leaving behind true friendships that he valued for years. After graduating he proudly served in the U. S Marines from 1965-69. His final assignment was in Portsmouth N. H. Naval Prison.

Wyatt spent his working career in beverage sales at Pepsi-Cola in Binghamton and later at Coca-Cola bottling in Oneonta.

Hall Of Fame Regrets Tom Seaver’s Decline

Hall Of Fame Regrets

Tom Seaver’s Decline

Mets’ Pitcher Has Dementia, Family Says

Tom Seaver on the Induction podium in Cooperstown.

COOPERSTOWN – Hall of FameR Tom Seaver’s family announced today that, due to dementia, he is “retiring from public life.”

“Tom will continue to work in his beloved vineyard at his California home,” The Hall said in a statement, “but has chosen to completely retire from public life.

“The family is deeply appreciative of those who have supported Tom throughout his career, on and off the field, and who do so now by honoring his request for privacy.

“We join Tom in sending warmest regards to everyone.”

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