George Maupin Death, Obituary – We are all going to have to say goodbye to George Maupin, who was one of the most treasured members of our KHQ family, and we are going to have to do it with heavy hearts because of this. To say that George was one of a kind would be an enormous understatement. He truly was exceptional. Because of his quick wit, dry sense of humor, unconventional attitude, and exceptional talent, George stood out as a one-of-a-kind individual in this field.
Today, we ask that you keep George, his wife Nancy, and their son Will in your thoughts and prayers, give him pleasant thoughts and smiles, and send joyful thoughts and smiles George’s way. You, George Maupin, are held in very high esteem by many people.
George E. Maupin, who had formerly called Princeton home, passed away on June 3, 2022 at the age of 95 in the Apache Junction Health Center. He had been a resident of Princeton.
In the year 1926, on November 15th, he was born in the city of Moberly, Missouri. His parents, Jack E. Maupin and Mary A. Maupin, rejoiced in the arrival of their son into the world. In Moberly, Missouri, on March 18, 1949, he wed Dorothy E. Mayes. The ceremony took place in Moberly. On July 13, 2010, she passed away, one day prior to his passing on July 12. He gave his service to his country during World War 2, and following that, he worked as an administrator in a nursing home until he retired.
Her only surviving relatives are her daughters, Vicki O’Bryant and Paula (Fred) Langille, both of whom live in Bartonville, Illinois and Gilbert, Arizona, respectively. two boys, both of whom go by the name Mark (Cyndy) Maupin and both of whom were born and raised in Tiskilwa, Illinois In addition to that, Scott (Dee) Maupin of Tampico, Illinois, has eleven grandchildren. The total number of great grandchildren is fourteen, and there are also five great great grandchildren in the family.