Memorial Service for George Paris
Landmark Community Theatre will be hosting a memorial service to celebrate the life of Friend and Volunteer, Franklin George Paris, on Wednesday, September 13th, from 5-7pm on the main stage. Please come and honor the man who helped bring life back to the Thomaston Opera House. Whether George was directing, acting, or volunteering, he brightened all those whom he came in contact with. He was a true friend and will be forever missed. Social hour will be from 5-6pm with memoriam from 6-7pm. Please see George's obituary below for any additional information:
George Paris of Thomaston, CT (originally of New Britain) passed peacefully Sunday, August 13, 2017, at the age of 86. George will be lovingly remembered by his family: sister Barbara (Paris) Ouellette of New Britain, niece Jill Robbin and son Perry, nephew Jeffrey Ouellette, wife Teresa, Carly, Candice & Jared, niece Jerilyn Gagnon, husband Tim, Hillary & Troy. He was predeceased by his parents Franklin "Benny" Paris and Jean (Kobus) Paris of New Britain. George was surrounded by amazing friends who were more like his adopted family. We are indebted to and so grateful for you all! George's life (and love) was theatre; George acted, directed, managed and volunteered for theatre groups throughout the Northwest corner of CT, last seen on stage in 2014 in The Thrill of It All at Thomaston Opera House (now Landmark Community Theatre) where he continued until just recently, as a volunteer Elevator Operator. A New Britain High School graduate, George worked at American Savings Bank & Fafnir in New Britain, and served in the U.S. Army. Donations in George's name may be made to Landmark Community Theatre, P.O. Box 158, Thomaston, CT 06787.