George McArthur IV

March 30, 1947 ‒ February 14, 2020

Ostrander, Ohio

“Big” George McArthur IV passed away peacefully in the early afternoon, Friday, February 14, 2020 at home, after several months of illness. He was born in 1947 to the late George and Carolina (Pilon) McArthur in Detroit, Michigan. George and his family came to Delaware in 1949. He graduated from Hayes High School and spent most of his working years at P.P.G. Industries.

After having three daughters and living on Delawares east side, George moved to Ostrander to raise his second family. He loved the extra lot there and filled it with all kinds of vehicles. A dreamer to the core, he had big plans for every car, truck, and motorhome.

George liked 80° summer days, flowers, plants, guns, knives, action movies, tools, NASCAR, fishing, bowling, riding motorcycles, playing cards, and drinking Coca-Cola. George had a silly streak he never lost. He enjoyed smiling, joking, and making others laugh. He was a large, powerful man with a big personality to match. From his own cool sense of masculine fashion to his perspective on life. George was always uniquely and uncompromisingly himself.

He was preceded in death by both is parents and his beloved son, George V. Left to cherish his memory, are three daughters; Karol (John) Lewis, Kandy Feaster, and Dawn (Chris) Chuck; nine grandchildren, and nine great-grandchildren. He will be missed by his sister, Sharon (Huey) Long; his cats, Oscar and Nellie; and friends, cruise-in pals, and dear buddy, Joan Rappaport.

Calling hours are at Snyder-Rodman Funeral Center, 101 Valleyside Drive (1510 W. Williams St.) Delaware, OH 43015 on Tuesday, February 18, 2020 from 4 to 6 pm, with memorial service at 6pm with Reverend Josh Melvin officiating.

To share found memories or message of condolence, please visit www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

The Snyder-Rodman Funeral Center is proudly serving the McArthur Family.

  • Our Condolences and sympathy going out to the families, Heaven recieved another awesome Angel and GO REST HIGH ON THAT MOUNTAIN . Siders Taynor and Justice families

  • sorry for your loss . Gof be eith this failmy. i will remembet you as my uncle love you

  • Sorry for your loss. I knew George for a long time from high school to all of the years at PPG . He will be missed.

  • Sorry to hear about George. I want to wish his family the best of luck in getting over these hard times and I know he will be missed by a lot of people.