George Jewett |

George Jewett

George Alan Jewett, 71, of Grass Valley died Sunday, Nov. 24, in Grass Valley.

In accordance with his wishes, there will be no services.

Mr. Jewett was born on July 21, 1931, in Vallejo, to George Alexis Jewett and Elizabeth (Poling) Jewett. He graduated from Vallejo High School in 1949 and received a bachelor of art’s degree at the University California at Berkeley. He received his doctor of medicine from U.C. Medical School in San Francisco and internship at San Francisco General Hospital.

He served in the U.S. Army Medical Corp from 1957 to 1959. He married Marian Murphy on Dec. 22, 1972, in Grass Valley. He had an internal medicine practice in Grass Valley from October 1972 until he retired on July 1, 1996.

He was a member of Twin Cities Church, Sierra Grape Growers Association and the American Medical Association.

He enjoyed studying the Bible and hosting biweekly Bible study group, playing golf, cultivating Chardonnay wine grapes, raising horses and registered polled Hereford Cattle and RV travel.

He is survived by his wife, Marian Jewett of Grass Valley; daughters and sons-in-law Cynthia Anne Kulas and Calvin Kulas of Colfax and Lorraine Jewett-Burdick and Bruce Burdick of Grass Valley, Deborah Diane Thomson and John Thomson of Sacramento; son David Richard Jewett of Grass Valley; sisters Evelyn Dewey of Napa, and Elizabeth Rossi of Atherton; grandchildren Kristin and Jared Kulas of Colfax, Sarah and Jonathan Thomson of Sacramento; and his first wife, Anne Jewett, of Meadow Vista.

He was preceded in death by his son, Mark Alan Jewett, in 1975; his parents; and brothers-in-law Albert Dewey and Eugene Rossi.

Memorial contributions may be made to the Twin Cities Church Building Fund, P.O. Box 1752, Grass Valley 95945.

Arrangements are under the direction of Hooper and Weaver Mortuary.

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