We gather to honor and remember the life of George Michael Dincher, a remarkable man who left an indelible mark on the hearts of those who had the privilege of knowing him. Born on June 18, 1968, in Augusta, Georgia, George's journey through life was filled with dedication, perseverance, and unwavering commitment to his family, his country, and his community.
George's educational accomplishments were an example of his desire to achieve his lifelong goals. He graduated from Andress High School in 1986 and later he went on to earn a Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from the University of Texas at El Paso in 1999, demonstrating his determination to pursue his dreams.
In 1987, George embarked on a new chapter of his life, answering the call of duty by joining the United States Army. As a dedicated soldier, he served his country with honor and distinction for five years, attaining the rank of Sergeant. George's commitment to his fellow soldiers and his unwavering sense of duty made him a respected leader within the military community.
After his military service, George's compassionate nature led him to a career as a detention officer at the MTC in Otero County, New Mexico. His dedication to maintaining law and order, coupled with his empathy towards those in his care, made him a trusted and respected figure in his profession. George's unwavering commitment to justice and his ability to treat others with kindness and respect set him apart.
Beyond his professional accomplishments, George's true legacy lies within his family. He was a loving brother to his surviving siblings, Bernadine M. Rolniak, Miriam E. Dincher, and Monika D Millard. He was a devoted and loving uncle to 3 nephews, 2 nieces and 3 great nieces and nephews that he embraced as his own. George's devotion to his family was unwavering, and he cherished every moment spent with them. He provided them with unwavering support, love, and leaving an indelible impact on their lives.
We remember today not only George's remarkable life but also the loved ones who preceded him in death. His mother, Winifred A. Dincher, and his father Albert J. Dincher, his brothers Albert "Pete" Dincher, and Erik E. Dincher, have undoubtedly welcomed him with open arms in the eternal embrace of heaven.
As we say our final goodbyes, let us remember George for his remarkable character, his unwavering commitment to duty, and his undying love for his family. May his legacy serve as a guiding light for all of us, reminding us to embrace life's challenges with strength and determination, to cherish our loved ones, and to always strive to make a positive difference in the lives of others.
Rest in peace, George Michael Dincher. Your spirit will live on in our hearts forever.
Visitation will be from 5:00pm to 8:00pm on Thursday, May 25, 2023 at Sunset Funeral Homes Northeast, 4631 Hondo Pass Drive. Funeral Service will begin at 9:00am on Friday, May 26, 2023 at Sunset Funeral Homes Northeast, Committal Service to follow at 10:30am at Fort Bliss National Cemetery, 5200 Fred Wilson.