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George Frank Mayrosh

August 07, 1928 ~ May 11, 2023

George Frank Mayrosh, 94, passed away on May 11, 2023, in Vero Beach, Florida. He was born on August 7, 1928, in Easton, Pennsylvania, to Stephen J. Mayrosh and Verna Hagenbuch.

George was a successful real estate attorney at Morgan Lewis & Bockius.  After practicing in the Philadelphia office, he later established their commercial real estate office in Miami, Florida and relocated to that area.  He graduated from Blair Academy, Georgetown University, and Georgetown Law School. When George was younger he worked for the family brewery Kuebler in Easton Pennsylvania. In high school at Blair Academy, he played baseball as a pitcher and he was scouted by the New York Yankees. However his father wanted him to go to law school.

In his free time, George enjoyed gourmet cooking, playing golf, and traveling to new places. He began to learn gourmet cooking with Julia Child’s programs in the 1960’s. Also, he enjoyed watching football especially the Philadelphia Eagles. He was a loving father survived by his daughters Mary B Mayrosh of Fort Lauderdale, FL, Helen T. Mayrosh (Daniel R. Brangan) of Marmora, NJ, and son Stephen J. Mayrosh II Fort Lauderdale, FL. George is also survived by his grandchildren Rachel Kneas Rottman (Tanner) of Palm Coast, FL,  Jennifer Kneas Travis (Brady) of Durham, NC, and William Henry Kneas IV of Northfield, NJ, as well as great-grandchildren Autumn Rottman and Maverick Rottman of Palm Coast, FL.

George was preceded in death by his daughter Denise Mayrosh Kneas, his sister Veron Frankenfield,and his wife Rose Marie N. Mayrosh.

In lieu of flowers, the family requests that contributions be made to Blair Academy, 2 Park St, Blairstown, NJ 07825.


Sheldon P Davis

May 21, 2023, 11:23 am

Wonderful and adventuresome person. At his suggestion, in 1976 in Phila., he and I studied for,took and passed the Florida Bar. We both relocated to sunny Florida; he to enjoy golf and me to enjoy outdoors year round.

Blakely Mayrosh (granddaughter of John J. Mayrosh)

May 21, 2023, 12:19 pm

Sending our deepest condolences and prayers to the Mayrosh family.

Frances Davey

May 21, 2023, 6:17 pm

I’m so sorry for your loss!! George was such a kind man. I knew him from Harbor Chase of Vero Beach. Rest in heaven George!!

Pat Colbert '65

May 22, 2023, 8:19 pm

Condolences to your family. I remember your family from my days long ago at Holy Child.

Sr. Marcia Sichol

May 22, 2023, 8:57 pm

Dear Mary and all the family. I was so sorry to read of the passing of your dad. Your family will all be remembered by me and all the Sisters of the Holy Child along with him (we know he is already in the loving arms of our dear God) as you feel his loss. I remember you so well from Holy Child so many years ago. I do pray he will be close to you all in new ways as time passes. I also see on the Millenium page that his granddaughter, Blakely, passed away shortly after. Please be assured of prayer for all of you. these must be difficult days. With much love and continued prayer, Sr. Marcia Sichol, SHCJ

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