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OFFICIAL OBITUARY FOR

George L. Bebout

1947 - 2021

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George L. Bebout, 74, of Knoxville, PA passed away on Wednesday, June 16th, 2021, at the Quirino Province Medical Center in the Philippines.

Geroge was born on Sunday, April 20th, 1947, to Roger and Nina Bebout of Knoxville. He moved to Aglipay, Quirino in the Philippines in 2017, where he married Angelita Villanueva Acoba Bebout on December 28th, 2017.

George served in the United States Army for two years, where he received many medals and...

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Mona Acoba

November 11, 2021 12:29 PM

Kuya George is fondly called “Kuya G” or “Boss” by his new family in the Philippines. The word kuya means big brother. Our first encounter on facebook happened when my husband and I were visiting in Rochester, NY. He said he was just an hour away from us and wanted to meet, knowing that I am Ate Angie’s cousin. I found that so nice of him and told Ate Angie she should marry him because I feel in my heart that he ‘s a nice fellow.. My husband and him chatted occasionaly about their military life even if they havent met personally. I had the chance meeting Kuya George when I attended my cousin Mae’s funeral while visiting my family in the Philippines. He was a sweet, kind and thoughtful man with a good sense of humor. Knowing that my husband and our 2 boys were supposed to follow me in the Philippines while I was there before the pandemic hit, he told me that I must take my husband to his place in Quirino and visit him. Prior to that, we also extended our invitation to him and ate Angie to visit us in Las Vegas.
When he was in the hospital, we video chatted with him cheering him up, telling him that he is stronger than COVID so he can kick its ass! My husband told him to get well so they can drink all the beers in the world! He smiled at the joke and thanked us for the video chat and said he was feeling better. I will never forget that last smile. He will always be remembered as the big Kuya G with a sweet smile, a big heart and a bubbly personality!

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