In Remembrance of George E. Garland

George E. Garland, a longtime resident of Burlington and fixture of the BCAT community, passed away last Thursday evening at Lahey Hospital and Medical Center. He was eighty years old. A native of Wakefield, George moved to Burlington in 1964 with his wife Barbara, and worked for many years as a graphic designer. In 1970, he owned his graphic design company, Garland Graphics.

George was a key member of the Burlington community. He was a regular at True North, where he could often be seen chatting with friends. He was a member of the Masons, and was also a member and Commander of the Burlington DAV, William Hurley Chapter 113, an organization which he cared about very much.

George also brought his unique talents to BCAT for many years, as producer and host of programs like “All About Freemasons”, “Masonic News” and “The True North Series”, and was always available to crew for productions when needed. George survived by his wife Barbara, whom he was married to for 57 years, and multiple children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. We here at BCAT offer our condolences to George’s family during this difficult time.


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