Zabor Funeral Home Inc.
5680 Pearl Road Parma, OH 44129,
between Snow & Ridge Road
KASPAR, George Jr.

KASPAR, George Jr.

GEORGE KASPAR JR. Age 84 of Brook Park drove his last miles into heaven on July 27th. Beloved husband of Arlene (nee Marquardt) for 60 years. Loving father to Christine Spies (Dave), Bernadette Derenburger (Dennis), Raymond (Angela), and Ieda Cerveira (Edie) of Brazil. Dear G-pa to Rachel (deceased), Jennifer, Valerie, Mark, April, Jeremy, Timothy, Heather and Josh.  Great G-pa to Aleena, Guiliana, and J.J. Dear son of George Kaspar Sr. and Lillian (nee Kozak) (both deceased). Dear brother of Delores Fedak (Bob deceased), Jean Clark (William) (both deceased), Larry (Mary Ann deceased) and Tessy (deceased) Loving uncle to many nieces and nephews. All have been remembered daily in prayer. Mass Sat. 8/8 at 9:30am at St. Bridget of Kildare Parish 5620 Hauserman Rd. Parma, Ohio 44130. Face coverings are required at Church. The family understands if you are unable to attend. Interment private at Ohio Western Reserve National Cemetery.


Messages of Condolence

  1. Arlene, My prayers and sympathy to you on George’s death. I would see him here at daily Mass the past few years. I just read about his death when looking up a funeral here at our parish from Zabor’s as well. I have a Memorial Mass for somebody who lived in Florida but founded St. Peter the Apostle years ago at the same time on Saturday as George’s funeral but be assured of my thoughts and prayers for him and you, and your family. Fr. Jim

  2. Uncle George, you will be sadly missed. You and Auntie Arlene have always been there for us as we were growing up. Your love for each other, you children and grandchildren and the rest of the family is unmatchable in today’s world. I know with out a doubt that you are with your Heavenly Father right now with a healthy, strong body. Until we meet again, love Mike and Tami

  3. Aunt Arlene & Family:
    Our deepest condolences go to all of you as you walk this difficult path. Keep close to your hearts loving memories and cherished moments.

  4. We’ll miss his smiling face and all the hard work for the Knights of Columbus. May he rest in peace, and may you know God’s love!

  5. Arlene and family,

    My deepest sympathy on the loss of your husband, dad, grandpa, great grandpa, uncle, and brother. You will be in my thoughts and prayers.

  6. Our deepest sympathy to the Family. Our best memories were sharing Christmas visits with each other and the manhattens. George came to dinner at our house years ago 2.5 hrs sitting at the kitchen table, he never forgot how long he had to sit and listen to a bunch of nonsense. The last visit he had one too many, put his jacket on upside down and was ready to drive home! Of course Arlene had it under control. Laughs, love of friendship is hard to find. We love you George and may heaven reward you greatly. Tomorrow’s manhatten is in your honor!

  7. When my biological dad passed away, I could never imagine that God would give me another one, almost immediately and together with him a whole family.
    Mom, I’d like to be with You all, at this very moment.
    As I can’t…my heart is.Love You all.
    Dad – all my love forever.
    Ieda – your daughter from Brazil.
    It’s an honor to be part of this family.

  8. Dear Arlene and Family:
    It is sad news to hear of George’s passing. He was a wonderful man and I have many pleasant memories of the events and Masses together at Assumption of Mary.
    My prayers will be with you and your family.
    God Bless.

  9. I didn’t hear about this until Saturday morning. So sorry to hear about George. Arlene, Mine and Nancy’s deepest sympathy.

  10. On behalf of Robin and I we would offer our deepest condolences. We have been doing a lot of reminiscing around the old Kaspar household about all the relatives we haven’t seen since growing up and moving to Seattle and we remember the fun times as a kid visiting with Uncle George and all of the Kaspar-related clan.

    Wishing you all the best as you all must also work through your loss.

  11. Arlene –
    I offer my deepest sympathies to you and your family and the death of George. I can’t believe that neither Fr. Crawford nor I saw his obituary in the newspaper. The obits are the part of the daily paper we always read! I remember George so well. He was quiet (compared to you!) and was always willing to help. He was a man of deep faith. I’m sure that we will all miss George, especially you after 60 years of wedded bliss. May he rest in God’s eternal peace.
    Fr. Mark Peygton

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