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George Edward Bostic
January 19, 1959 ~ August 25, 2023 (age 64) 64 Years Old
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George Edward Bostic was born on January 19, 1959, in Kansas City, Missouri to the union of George Gershon Smith and Shirley Ann Bostic-Smith. George departed this earthly life on August 25. 2023. His parents, George G. Smith and Shirley A. Bostic-Smith; sister, Charnese R. Bostic- Wright brother, Anthony T. Bostic; sister-in-law, Mary A. Pon-der-Bostic: and nephews, Charles R. Bostic- Wright and Anthony E. Bostic, preceded him in death. George was a life-long area resident. He received his education in the Kansas City. Missouri School District.
George enlisted and served in the United States Army from 1978 to 1984. He received his basic training at Fort Dix Military Base in New Jersey. He was later stationed at Fort Meyers Military Base in Arlington. Virginia. with assigned duties as a Motor Transport Officer and Supply Specialist. George proudly served this country with devotion and loyalty, thus, completing a tour of duty in Germany. George received an Honorable discharge in 1984.
On August 25, 1979, George united in marriage with Wilma Diane Dooley at Andrews Air Force Base Chapel in Camp Springs, Maryland. To this union George Edward Bostic, Jr., and Latasha Raeann Bostic were born. The marriage was later dissolved, and George eventually relocated back to Kansas City, Missouri to reside. After returning to Kansas City George met and dated Rosiland McNeal and the relationship blossomed into marriage on July 1, 1994. The marriage was later dissolved.
George worked various jobs in Kansas City, which included the Vista International Hotel, the Kansas City Missouri School District, and the Rehabilitation Institute, until his health began to decline, and he could no longer continue to work. Playing cards (BidWhist) and dominoes with family and friends in his leisure time.
He rededicated his life to GOD and accepted Christ as his Lord and Savior. George, affectionately known as "Brother" to everyone, was loved by many and will be greatly missed and remembered by family and friends. We love you "Brother" and you will forever remain in our hearts. (Dennis), Brenda Smith, and Carnita Thomas; brothers, Charles Bostic (Gertrude), , Richard Bostic, and Clifford Bostic (Janice), aunt, Doris Kem-merer; ex-wives, Wilma D. Bostic, and Rosiland McNeal-White, and an abundance of nieces, nephews, cousins. and friends of the city.