Ride in memory of George Madill

Friends and family of the late George Madill celebrate his life with a memorial ride through town.

The memorial ride in honour of George Madill is lead by his wife Gail and their son

Twenty-eight collector vehicles paraded through the downtown core of Princeton on Sunday, Sept 9 at 2 p.m., to honour the late George Madill. The ride of honour was led by his wife, Gail and their son Mike.

Besides  being  remembered as a ‘most special Grandpa,’ George Madill will be remembered by many as an avid car enthusiast as well as a dedicated volunteer at many Princeton events.

Madill was a member of  Citizen’s on Patrol and especially enjoyed his volunteer time at the Princeton Air Show. George and Gail were frequent “cruisers” on Tuesdays at the A & W Crusin’ the Dub nights, right up until George became to ill to attend.

A fall car show hosted by Krankin Vintage Restoration will take place on Saturday, Sept 22 from 10 a.m., to 3 p.m. ~ In memory of George Madill.

 

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