- June 11, 1926 - January 17, 2013
- Clearwater, Florida
of George's Passing
5771 Roosevelt Blvd.
Clearwater, FL 33760
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Memories & Candles
I played against Coach Deuel's basketball team in the late 1960's when Montrose High School would play exhibition games with Catholic Central.
Years later I would visit Mr. Deuel when I worked as an admissions counselor and he was then a guidance counselor. I have never forgotten his graciousness and kindness. His caring attitude toward his students was so
obvious. Over the years whenever he would come to mind I would remember his wonderful smile. He liived his life by example. I will never forget him and what he taught me.
Posted by: David Canfield - Binghamton, NY - Friend Mar 11, 2013
Mr. Deuel was a wonderful man who made a positive impression on the hundreds of young adults he mentored. He had a heart of gold. Rest in peace
Posted by: Kim Daley, class 1988 Feb 23, 2013
Coach Duel was an inspiration and role model for his students and players. My thoughts are with the Duel family.
Posted by: Marjan DeSilva McGuire - Charlotte, NC - CCHS class of 72 Feb 06, 2013
Theresa and I were saddened to learn of Georges death.
We are still on Crestmont and fondly remember you both.
Please accept our deepest sympathy.
Posted by: Al and Theresa Perna Feb 05, 2013
My condolences to Mr Deuels family. I had Mr Deuel as a teacher in mid 60's at CCHS. He never had a bad word towards anyone.....not even me........even when I was a "challenge" at times in his class. A great teacher, coach, counselor and gentleman. He will be missed.
Posted by: Gary Slattery - Binghamton, NY Feb 05, 2013
As a student at Seton Catholic HS, my first look of Mr. Deuel was as an opposing basketball and baseball coach. Later in life, I refereed some of his HS basketball games. I heard good things about him from my wife, a graduate of CCHS, and her classmates. He was very popular and respected for preparing his students for their journey through life. George was a class guy and highly successful, when measured by the positive effect he had on
Posted by: Jim Miller - Binghamton, NY - Friend Feb 02, 2013
Thoughts and prayers to the family on "Mr. Deuel". I had him as a guidance counselor at CCHS in hte 70's. He helped me with my career path, and was a wonderful part of my high school years. A true gentleman. May he rest in well deserved peace.
Posted by: eileen fox - binghamton, NY - former student Feb 02, 2013
My condolences to all the Deuel Family;
Growing up there were three men who had a strong influence on me: my dad, my grandpa, and Mr. Deuel. I had the pleasure of being the varsity basketball manager under Coach Deuel at CCHS during my years there. He always did things the right way and taught you to respect people. The leesons I learned have stayed with me to this day.
While our paths didn't cross since his move to Florida many years
Posted by: Mark J. Riley - Port Washington, NY - Friend Jan 31, 2013
I was very sorry to hear that George had passed away. I know that he had been ill for some time, but his passing does not make it less sad. He was a true gentleman, and may he rest in peace. May God give you the strength to get through this sad time.
Posted by: Gloria Grablutz - Forest City, PA Jan 29, 2013
Our hearts are with you as we honor and remember a great man. Mr. Deuel was our Guidance Counselor at CCHS, ever sincere and genuine in his care of students. God bless him and his family.
Posted by: Camille Muscatello Jan 22, 2013