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 George McNenny  (1912 - 1998)

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Lived/Active: Nebraska      Known for: sculpture-wood carved wildlife

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The following personal recollections are from Don H Shalla:

George and his wife Fran (Frances Morrissette McNenny) were friends of my parents in Beatrice, Nebraska in the mid to late 1960's.  They hosted a wedding shower for myself and my wife, and my parents were greeters at their first son's wedding. 

George worked for Store Kraft Manufacturing, a local manufacturer of retail display cases, etc. I'm unsure of George's job title, but I understand he had the artistic ability to design a floor plan for a retailer (such as Macy's) and did  that in his occupation as well as the design..
 
George took my father  duck hunting to a duck club he belonged to near Shickley several times in the mid to late 1960's and a couple times I tagged along. His duck calling seemed excellent and  I remember hearing references to Stuttgart, Arkansas about his earlier life and how he learned to call ducks.
 
I think he started carving after his retirement, but don't know for sure.  His carvings sold at local Ducks Unlimited banquets, as I recall and at the time unfortunately they sold much above my affordability.

He was a gentle man, soft spoken and rather quiet yet not shy.  He suffered a debilitating stroke a few years before his death. 
 
 




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