A funeral mass was offered July 25 at Sts. Peter and Paul R.C. Church, Hoboken, for George Gregory Gaspar. He died in his home on July 21 surrounded by his family. Born on May 25, 1938 in Philadelphia, Pa., he spent most of his adult life in Hoboken. George attended Philadelphia College of Art, graduating with a degree in Fine Arts. George served in the U.S. Army during the Berlin and Cuban Missile Crisis. After serving in the Army, George worked as an architectural interior designer, breaking ground in office layouts and model floors. His accomplishments included the interior spaces of The Bank of SF, US Steel building in Pittsburg, NC National Bank, First Church of Christ Scientist in Boston, Brown Brothers Harriman, World Trade Center, Bank of NY., and the AXA Equitable Interior spaces. When George was not working, spending time with his family was his favorite past time. He loved to fish and build model railroads. George is survived by his wife of 51 years Mary Gaspar, his children Maggie McIntyre, Catherine Bowidowicz, George Gaspar, Mary GasparHillenbrand, Andrew Gaspar, and Teresa Gaspar and their spouses, Peter McIntyre, James Bowidowicz, Gabrielle Lepore Gaspar, and Otto Hillenbrand; also his 12 grandchildren Sean, Shannon, Devon, and Megan McIntyre; Andrew, Michael, and Daniel Bowidowicz; Isabella and George Gaspar; Christen, Alexandra, and Ryann Hillenbrand, and his sister Florence Muzi. Services arranged by the Lawton Turso Funeral Home, Hoboken.

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