In loving memory of

George Edward Ammons
September 17, 1957 - October 7, 2021

George E. Ammons, age 64, died on October 7, 2021.

He was born Sept. 17, 1957 in Brigham City, Utah to James H. and Lila June Ammons.

He attended school in Brigham City and graduated from Box Elder High School in 1975.

He worked as a cook for Maddox Ranch House and was a chef at Little America in Salt Lake. He worked for Thiokol in Promontory and transferred to Cocoa, Florida and worked in the space program for several years. He worked at the Stateline Casino in Wendover, Nevada, and had been the Site Manager for American Housing Partners in Sandy and Draper since 2004.

George was an avid reader. He loved the Beatles and collecting their memorabilia. He loved the NY Yankees and the Carolina Panthers. He really enjoyed his trips to Wendover. He loved coming home to Brigham for Peach Days and any family gatherings.

He was preceded in death by his parents, sister Betty June Warren, brothers James Howard Ammons Jr., and Clifton Ammons, and his son Jason Robert Ammons.

He is survived by his siblings, Juanita (Alan) Christensen, Margie Porter, Tom (Lynn) Ammons, Jamie (Scott) Jensen, and a brother-in-law Kelly Warren, all of Brigham City. Robbin (Ron) Tschikof, of Overton, Nevada, and Clark Ammons of Arnold, Missouri.

Graveside services will be held on Monday, October 18, at 11:00 am at Calls Fort Cemetery in Harper Ward.


Serthenia Frost wrote on Oct 27, 2021:

"Geo and I had wonderful fun times together, especially with his families during the holidays, those were the greatest moments! My condolences to the family. - S. Anna Frost "

Candy Bradford wrote on Oct 9, 2021:

"I was sad to learn of George?s passing. I had an impromptu conversation with him just last week - he was so happy to finally be on the mend after a series of physical issues, and was looking forward to enjoying being able to return to normal activities again. My heart goes out to George?s family. May he Rest In Peace. "

Robbin Ammons Tschikof wrote on Oct 8, 2021:

"You always had a smart comment to say at any gathering we had. I will miss you brother of mine."