George will also be remembered by many for his genuine friendship and fantastic positive and creative energy. He could examine any condition and express useful ideas, opportunities and attitudes. His outlook on life was simply positive and it would give others positive attitudes.
We can and should all learn from the life of George Hovland.
Kent G. Worley
Grand Rapids, Michigan
The writer was a landscape architect in Duluth from 1967 to 2007. His work included extending Interstate 35 through downtown.
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