He was honored in November by the Chamber.
For George, it’s been 38 years of owning and operating his family business, and bringing the best quality product to his community.
Those who know George say he has a big heart and a bigger work ethic.
He also pitches in to help support community efforts and missions.
“I wan’t to thank my customers and friends who gave me support,” George said when accepting his honor. “I wouldn’t be here without them. It turned out OK and I’m very happy.”
Londonderry’s longtime director of Community Development said goodbye in 2012.
After serving in the position since 1999, Andre Garron resigned from the job to take another position with the University of New Hampshire’s Extension service.
Garron said the new job presented itself at the right time.
“There is a bigger opportunity there,” he said.
Garron’s job hasn’t been filled yet, but this vacancy joins several others in town, including the senior affairs director position.
Town officials are working on the next step to post the open positions.