George Flagg

April  3rd, 1951 July  5th, 2024
104 Bent Oak Trail Blythwood SC
George Flagg

Jesus said to her,
“I am the resurrection and the life. He who believes in Me, though he may die, he shall live. And whoever lives and believes in Me shall never die. Do you believe this?”


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George B. Flagg, son of Green Berry and Julia Flagg was born April 3, 1951 in Sparta, Georgia. He was raised in Augusta, Georgia. As a young man, he moved to Manchester, CT. He was employed 30+ years as a highly skilled tool dye and gauge maker at Pratt & Whitney Aircraft in East Hartford, CT.

George was an avid golfer. He derived the love of golf from caddying as a teenager at the Augusta National Golf Club. His passion for golf continued as an adult where he was happy playing everyday and competing with his work league and the Keney Park Black golfers.

George had a "special" gift of giving and not expecting anything in return. He'd see a need and fill it regardless of who you were, especially children.

George was an active long-term member of The First Cathedral Church of Bloomfield, CT. He served as a teacher, deacon and armor bearer to the Archbishop LeRoy Bailey, Jr.

George was married to his loving bride Essie for forty-seven years. He prided himself on having a marriage free of fussing and arguments but full of love, thereby creating an environment to nurture a family.

He is survived by his devoted wife Essie, two awesome children, Gina and Michael, and a cherished grandson, Caleb; his sister, Lissie Owens and brother Rickey (Cynthia) Flagg; nephews Rickey Flagg II and Brenton Schulman; and nieces Amber Flagg and Stacy (Robert) Schulman. He is preceded by brother Michael Flagg.

George leaves a host of family and lifelong friends richly blessed by his living, loving and giving..

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