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George Peter Dragovich

Born: Sat., Apr. 10, 1943
Died: Wed., May 17, 2017

No services to be held

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George Peter Dragovich age 74 of Chesterton, passed away on May 17, 2017. He was born on April 10, 1943 in East Chicago, IN to Samuel and Mary Dragovich, both of whom preceded him in death. He is also survived by his children: Colleen (Robert) Sheffer of Walkerton, George (Dawn Lamar) Dragovich of Thayer, and Tracy (James) Stovall of Crown Point; nine grandchildren; three great-grandchildren; and brothers, Samuel Steven Dragovich of East Chicago and Joseph Dragovich of East Chicago.

He is also preceded in death by his brother, Victor Dragovich and his friend, Cindy Krantz.

George worked as a Coordinator at Inland Steel for many years. He was a very hardworking man who enjoyed riding his bike and lifting weights. He was also a flawless craftsman.

There will be no services held at this time.

Arrangements are under the direction of White-Love Funeral Home, Chesterton. Memories may be shared at: www.whitelovefuneralhome.com.

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Rose Dado
   Posted Sun May 21, 2017
Dear Colleen, George and Tracey, my sincere sympathies to you all and your families. I can tell you your father was a kind and hard working person and I know he loved you all very much. God be with you all at this difficult time. May your Dad Rest In Peace.

Hageman Public Library
   Posted Wed May 24, 2017
Dear Dragovich family,
The staff of Hageman library in Porter would like to express our sympathy for the death of your father. He has been coming here for several months, almost daily, for several hours. He read the papers, chatted with other patrons, and enjoyed watching the children who visited the library. We introduced him to using the WiFi (HiFi to him) with one of the tablets we have available for patrons to use, in house. He especially enjoyed using the voice command prompt, he was lazy he told me. He drank coffee and water, and maybe had a cookie or two, while watching movies, checking out Consumer Reports, and watching This Old House episodes. When we didn’t see him for about two weeks, we called and left a message on his phone. That evening, his obituary was in the Chesterton Tribune. We enjoyed his company and wanted you to know that he was respected and well-cared for. We miss him already.

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