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George Voightmann

George Voightmann

August 18, 1946 - December 27, 2018
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George Edward Voightmann, 72, of Greeley, CO, died December 27 at Banner Health Medical Center in Greeley.

He was born August 18, 1946, in Aurora, IL, to George and Louise Baroni Voightmann.

He was an Agent Orange Vietnam Veteran. George married Sharon in 1981 and they blended a family of five children, Scott, Michele (Tony), Craigg (Sheila), Heather (Bryan), and Amy (Brad). He is survived by his wife, Sharon; his brother, Jim (Gloria); five children, and 10 grandchildren. He is remembered for his love of family and of all things trains.
George’s passion was his business Gandy Dancer Productions, through which he produced and sold educational and historical railroad videos for many years.

A Celebration Service will be held on February 18, 2019, at 2 pm at Colorado Model Railroad Museum, 680 10th Street, Greeley CO.

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U.P. Steam Operations
Attn: Ed Dickens
1800 Westland Road
Cheyenne, WY 82001
In Memory of George E. Voightmann

Colorado Model Railroad Museum
Attn: Michelle Kempema
680 10th Street
Greeley CO 80631
In Memory of George E. Voightmann

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    Monday February 18, 2019 | 2:00pm
    Monday February 18, 2019 2:00pm
    Colorado Model Railroad Museum
    680 10th St.
    Greeley, CO 80631
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Mark Tweeddale

Posted at 06:33pm
I have just found out from a mutual friend of the passing of my good friend George Voightmann. Wow, the stories I could tell you about George and I out on the train show circuit when we would do shows together. I met George in 1989 at a Union Pacific Historical Society Meet where he first started selling his videos. We became VERY fast friends and the following winter, he invited me out to visit the Cheyenne roundhouse for a personal tour and to meet the steam crew. I was in Heaven. We started doing shows together. He was selling videos. I was selling railroad books and anything else railroad related I could get me hands on. George had a LOT of friends in the show circuit. EVERYBODY knew George and George knew everybody. Our favorite show to do together was 'Trainfest" in Milwaukee over Veteran's day in November. We ALWAYS had a blast. He was THE kindest and most giving person I have ever met. Unfortunately, George's health has started to suffer as well as my own and we drifted apart. The economy went south, too and his business suffered. I had tried to contact him several times and finally got a letter from Sharon on what going on with his health. That was several years ago and I hadn't talked to him since. I'll miss him immensely. He was the older brother I never had. Thank you for everything, George. I'll see you there.

Dave Swanson

Posted at 07:11pm
Sharon and Family, I am saddened by George's passing. I will always remember him as a truly nice guy. We first met at the Elmhurst Model Railroad Club when he would come in at all sort of strange times because of his truck driving job. In later years I would see him every other week or so at one of the train shows with his massive display of videos. I think he truly loved doing the shows and always seemed to be in a good mood. He was always kind and supportive, which I can not say was common among train show exhibitors. I shall miss George as he was always a class act. While I am sure his passing is difficult on you, I hope you can take solace in knowing George will be remembered for his many acts of kindness.

Raymond and Sandy Tower

Posted at 03:02pm
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