George Nakley, 57, of Youngstown, Ohio, Passed Away on January 14, 2022
On January 14th 2022 at the Cleveland Clinic, George Nakley, 57 years old, passed away. Survived by his mother Sue Nakley; daughter Leah Nakley (Ravi Guttikonda); pet Brody; siblings Ray, Dom, Mike and Susie; friend Eliza Rella; as well as a large extended family circle.
There will be no formal memorial service for George. Instead, friends and family may donate to the Lupus Foundation of America or support local artists.
Early Life and Education
George was born in Youngstown, Ohio to Sue Nakely and Raymond Nakley Sr. A graduate of Ursuline High School, he worked for the Mahoning County Engineer’s Office before becoming a devoted father, community activist, passionate historian, and avid traveler. George exuded optimism and zest for life; he was kind, patient, thoughtful, thoughtfully; intellectually curious as well as genuine. He will be sorely missed by all those he touched – family members included!
He was a successful businessman who had amassed an impressive wealth of knowledge and expertise. His journey may have been one of rags to riches, but what truly propelled him forward were faith, tenacity and an unshakeable determination not to settle for mediocrity or complacency. He has been inducted into several halls of fame and is highly sought-after motivational speakers, coaches and consultants.
Achievements and Honors
George Keeley is a President at RWC Building Products, an Arizona-based construction company with 248 employees headquartered in Phoenix.
He holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Iowa State University and a Master of Science degree from the State University of Iowa, as well as being certified as an engineer by the Professional Engineering Certification Board.
While in college, he served on the executive board of East Harlem Health Outreach Partnership (EHHOP), an ISMMS student-run free clinic. As Spanish Interpreter and Ambulatory Referrals Chair for EHHOP and Teaching Senior, he formed friendships and led initiatives to enhance telehealth education, create a database with EHHOP patient quality metrics and conduct a scoping review of clinical outcomes at Small Rural Free Clinics (SRFCs).
He is the author of seven peer-reviewed research papers on topics such as cancer immunotherapies, Medicaid Long Term Services & Support spending and ethical considerations at end-of-life and for patients with dementia. Additionally, he was awarded an Academy of American Poets Capacity-Building Grant.
George Irving Shirley was born in Indianapolis on April 18, 1934 and raised in a small town near Detroit. As the child of a musical family, he took lessons whenever possible; eventually becoming a baritone horn player and later teaching music lessons to students across America. For most of his adult life, Professor Shirley had been teaching music lessons to students for nearly three decades.
On March 21, 2016 he peacefully passed away at home in Boise, Idaho.
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