George F. Miscavage

George F. Miscavage

WATERTOWN — George F. Miscavage, 74, of Watertown, passed away on Thursday, April 28, 2022, at Waterbury Hospital. He was the partner of Jacqueline “Jackie” (Davis) Tasker.

George was born on January 6, 1948, in Waterbury, the son of the late Frank G. and Helen (Pernerewski) Miscavage. He attended Crosby High School in Waterbury. George worked for Scovill Manufacturing, Sherwood Medical Industries, and the town of Watertown Highway Department then for the Water and Sewer Department for many years until his retirement.

George enjoyed gardening. He had a natural green thumb for growing both flowers and vegetables, which he would share with his family and friends. He was an animal lover. Animals in need always found him and he was always there to nurse them back to health.

He enjoyed his music from the ‘50s and ‘60s and loved to listen to it while outside in his yard. He was a member of the Yankee Cruisers and attended many car meets along with Jackie in his 1964 Pontiac GTO.

Beside his partner, Jackie, of 20 years, George leaves his three nieces, Lauren Pawloski and her wife, Shannon Scanlon, of Harwich, Mass., and Tracy and Jaime, and his nephew, Frank Ferraro of Waterbury. He was predeceased by his two sisters, Francine Pawloski and Sharon Sasso.

A funeral service took place Tuesday, May 10, at Chase Parkway Memorial/The Albini Family Funeral, 430 Chase Pkwy., Waterbury. Burial followed at Mt. Olivet Cemetery in Watertown.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made in George’s name to ASPCA, 424 East 92 St., New York, N.Y. 10017.

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