George Dumont

George Henry Dumont Jr.

May 7, 2021
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TWIN FALLS - George Henry Dumont, Jr., 80 of Twin Falls, passed away May 7, 2021 at his home.

Raised in Andover, Massachusetts on November 27, 1940, George was a beloved son to George and Yvonne (Paquette) Dumont along with two brothers and four sisters.

In his early years he served four years in the Army where he was recognized as a sharp shooter. After his military service, he moved to Santa Monica, California with his brother John. He worked as a manager at ITT Gilfillan Inc in Van Nuys, an electronic company known for their radar systems. He worked his way up to senior management of the plant. This is also where he met the love of his life Lupe. He often told the story of how difficult it was to get a date with her. Their first date was at a hockey game.

They were married on April 18, 1970 at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church in Los Angeles. They have two boys. George was born in 1973 and Jeff in 1977.
George worked hard to support his family and was a devoted husband, father and grandfather.

His hobbies included fresh and salt water fishing, shooting guns, watching the PGA and NFL. He loved watching classic movies such as What About Bob and On Golden Pond.

He is survived by his devoted wife Lupe and siblings John Dumont, Mary Hilsman, Elaine De Salvo and Anne with husband Ray Fortuna. He is also survived by his children George with his wife Amy and grandchildren Faye and Ella, and Jeff with wife Christine and grandchildren Eve and Eli.

He was preceded in death by his brother Paul Dumont and sisters Joan Webb and Claire Derosier.

He will be missed dearly but his spirit will move on.
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Mary Hilsman

Posted at 06:31pm
Visiting the haunted houses. Fishing wherever we could find a hole. Hiding from Dad and work. When he and Lupe visited in Andover, going out to eat when both he and Lupe made us laugh so hard, my daughter and I had to run to bathroom. Traveling up Pacific Coast Highway on our trip. Enjoying both In fifth wheel at Jeffrey wedding. Las Vegas with my daughter. It just goes on and on. So many wonderful memories. He made my childhood a great adventure.

Mary J Hilsman

Posted at 06:30pm
In loving memory of you George for years to come
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