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George Elmer Laupp
September 2, 1931 ~ February 28, 2023 (age 91) 91 Years Old
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On February 28, 2023, George E. Laupp passed at the age of 91.
Born and raised in Westport, George would come to settle and spend the balance of his life in Glen Burnie.
He was a veteran of the Korean War, who served his country as an Airman 1st Class, Engine Mechanic. George worked as a Union Brewery worker, IBBW, at G. Heileman Brewery a landmark of our area for many years. He was married to his dear wife of over 60 years Patricia who passed in 2020. George was a member of the Chesapeake Sons of the Severn Barbershop Choir and was an avid fan and coordinator for Hydroplane Boat Racing and was the founder of the Stoney Creek Boat Racing Club. He enjoyed drinking beer and spending time with his pet dog "Cingy."
Surviving George is his beloved daughter Julia and husband Robert Peach and Ellen Crispell. He joins in passing a daughter, the late Mary Susan Patton. He will be deeply missed by his devoted son "Danny" and wife Melissa Laupp and Charles G. Laupp. George will be cherished in the memories of his loving grandchildren, Brent, Shane Rhys and Gavin Laupp, the latter known as "my wild IrishrRose," and Terri Milleker, Craig Trucimowcz and Sean Provenson. His legacy continues in his dear great grandchildren, Bowen and Joe Miller and Braiden. George will be fondly remembered by his close friend Eugene Ambrose. The Laupp family wishes to extend their sincere gratitude to Andrea, Stacy and Naja of Almas Grace Assisted Living, for their caring and compassion during George's time there.