George joined Jebran & Abraham in 2016. Prior to that he worked for Profit Maximizers, Inc. as an accountant and office manager. He has a long history working in management in a variety of businesses including trucking, recycling, uniform services, and being a "picker". Because of that he is a great resource for clients who have a business.
George has an active side business dealing in antiques and collectibles. He enjoys hunting and is active in his church.
Another surprising fact is that George is a Life Time member of the Girl Scouts of the USA. He has been an adult volunteer for the organization for more than 40 years serving in a variety of roles from troop leader to Service Unit Manager.
When he is away from the office, George and his wife, Ann Donley, enjoy travelling and spending time with their 4 adult children and 2 grandchildren. One of their goals is to get to every National Wildlife Refuge. They also portray Santa and Mrs. Claus professionally (sshhhh…don't tell the children)
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