Conway, NH — George A. Dubois II died in the arms of his beloved, Eve Diegoli, on Monday, July 15, 2013. He had deep vein thrombosis that finally sent a blood clot to his lungs (pulmonary thrombo embolism). He is finally out of pain.
He was born November 7, a proud Scorpio, in 1956. He was a graduate of Pinkham Academy. He lived in Derry and Rochester, N.H., before moving to Mount Washington Valley with "Buck the Wonder Dog," his black lab who could rock climb. For five years, he was such an outdoors person that he lived in his van.
He worked at Eastern Mountain Sports, Saco Bound, Appalachian Mountain Club, and Attitash. He traveled to Europe and Canada with Channel One Video. He was president of two companies; Video Ad Ventures and Pollutions Solutions. He invented the Eco-Tray personal ashtray. He was also a versatile cook. He broke his back in five places while helping a child at Attitash, which was a source of chronic pain afterwards.
He was an adventurer and a top-notch athlete, including rock climbing, Alpine, cross-country and back-country skiing, whitewater canoeing, rafting, kayaking, roller-blading, mountain biking, hiking and fire-walking. He enjoyed rock and roll music, and invented a new art form of rock and roll harmonica. He was a regular at the valley’s various open mike shows. He loved to take photos and videos. He considered himself a scientist and wrote, “A Beautiful Theory of Everything," which can be found on his Facebook page, as well as many poems and song lyrics. His favorite place was the outdoors and he considered the White Mt. National Park his playground. He cared deeply about all of mankind and earth’s animals and plants. He was constantly striving for excellence, always learning new information, always trying to be the best he could be. We will miss his stellar mind.