George M. Versak, 65

George M. Versak (“Bopper”), 65, husband of Charlene M. (Murray) Versak, passed away on Wednesday, February 14, 2024, in Pottstown.

Born in Philadelphia, he was the son of the late George and Sandra (Barna) Versak.

George was a true family man. He loved to be with his wife, often enjoying hiking adventures and exploring new places together. He was always making us laugh with his silly sense of humor. He was a very proud father who never missed a game or a chance to support his kids. Whether it was an ice hockey game (Aron), field hockey (Lex), or a race (Lauren), he would always be cheering the loudest. He had a great work ethic and took so much pride in every project. No matter how sore he was at the end of a work day, he would still get down on the ground and play with his grandkids, whom he adored. They were the apple of his eye. He loved to be around people, and to know him was to love him. His wonderful personality was contagious to everyone he met. George loved to fish and spend time outdoors, and he especially loved going to the Point Breeze cabin to spend time with lifelong friends. He loved to sing, especially Elvis, and was always the entertainment at family gatherings. He was very active in the church and always reminded people how blessed he was. George had a heart of gold and truly loved to help others. He had an uncanny ability to find happiness in his daily activities. He had a passion for food, often declaring each meal at a new restaurant as the “best thing he’s ever tasted.” His loved ones will continue to honor his legacy by living life to the fullest, and always remembering to enjoy the simple things.

Surviving along with his wife Charlene of 39 years, are his children Aron Versak, husband of Lauren, and his daughter Alexis Versak; brother Bill Versak, husband of Dianne; sister Lynn (Versak) Avellino; grandchildren Averie and Ryleigh Versak. He is predeceased by his sister Joanne Versak.

A memorial mass will be held on Wednesday, February 21, 2024, at 12:00Noon at St. Teresa of Calcutta Church (256 Swamp Pike, Schwenksville, PA 19473) with Fr. Paul Brandt officiating. Burial will be held privately by the family at a later date. A visitation will also be held on Wednesday, February 21, 2024, from 9:30AM-12:00PM at the church.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the Response Crew ( in George’s name.

Add My Condolences

To all of George's family and loved ones, I just now across this and cannot tell you how incredibly sad I am to hear this devastating news. George and I worked together 40+ years ago on the same trash truck and quickly became good friends, unfortunately we lost contact over the years until I found his somehow through Facebook and we talked about getting together and sadly that wont happen on this earth, please accept my sincere condolences on the loss of a great and wonderful man and friend

~ Steve Koffel Hatfield, PA
4/9/2024 3:11:30 PM

This one truly hurts. This man was a second father to me, always making me laugh, feel loved , and taught me so many things growing up. I will forever listen to Elvis in your honor. My love and condolences goes out to Char, Lex, Aron, Lauren and the grand babies. I love you all

~ Ally Hain
2/22/2024 12:38:50 PM

I'm sorry for your loss. George was a very dear friend of mine for the last 30 years. I will miss our late night fireside chats at 2 in the morning at camp. My thoughts and prayers go out to the family.

~ Randy Pancher Shamokin, PA
2/20/2024 11:48:20 PM

Our sincere condolences at this terrible loss. Our thoughts, and our prayers go out to the entire Versak family. We are blessed to have known George and all of you throughout our lives. George was indeed one of the best and we are truly blessed to have known him. He is leaving this world so much better for having been in it. We will sorely miss him, his wonderful personality, and his genuine generosity and compassion. May he always stay near in our hearts and minds until we see him once again in heaven. Love always.

~ Tom @ Laura Robinson Morrisville, PA
2/20/2024 1:51:58 PM

Even though it’s been several years since our girls were WCU Rams, we all spent four years each fall together cheering, eating, laughing, crying and enjoying each other’s company. From the minute I met George and Char, instantly I was made welcome. George’s smile, his constant positive attitude, and his love for you Char, his children, and later in his grandchildren was boundless. Although I haven’t seen George and Char in a while, Lex and Dayle have remained friends and that says it all.
George, continue to radiate that smile and warmth from heaven above, I will be praying for peace and comfort for your family. Rest easy George, we will all continue to pay your kindness and love forward here on Earth. Until we meet again,
Pat Cahill

~ Pat Cahill
2/20/2024 5:52:00 AM

(Message from staff at Limerick Sunoco, George's mechanics)

We are so devastated to hear that our long friend and brother George had passed on. No matter what type of mood you were in, George ALWAYS knew how to make you smile. We will certainly miss George stopping by for gas, coffee, and to gossip and talk shop. We love you and miss you so much already George! Not a day will go by where you are not missed my friend.

Deepest condolences and love,

Smola's Limerick Sunoco Staff
Larry, Tyler, Jared & Isaiah

~ Tyler Smola Limerick, PA
2/19/2024 6:06:10 PM

I am so devastated to hear about the loss of such an upbeat, warmhearted, and dedicated friend and family man. I extend all of my deepest condolences to the Versak family and all of George's friends and the community he was such an integral part of. He was such a great friend to my entire family and a fantastic father figure to my brothers and I. He will be dearly missed and we will always remember him for the love and laughter he shared with us over the years ??

~ Jessica Talamo
2/19/2024 4:04:51 PM

I haven’t seen George in 10-12 years but everything in this epitaph is exactly how I remember him. He was the 1st guy I worked with at Thompson Masonry and he was the easiest guy to get to know especially the fact I just returned from active duty service and Thompson was my 1st job I got and George was the guy that guided me thru getting used to working in civilian employment ?? his Elvia impression ??

~ Joseph Fleming Ashland, PA
2/19/2024 12:18:21 PM

George was one of the kindest, friendliest and just a great person to be around. I had the pleasure of going all through school with him at Methacton. He was a joy to be around. May his memory be a blessing.

~ Sandi Salzer Krone Lafayette Hill, PA
2/17/2024 10:37:49 PM

So sorry to hear about the loss of George. He was always so kind. Spoke highly of his family and always had a smile! He will be missed by many. RIP George

~ Susan Vandenburg
2/17/2024 9:01:32 PM

SUCH a TREMENDOUS family man of God's character! I will smile with every passing thought of choosing trout flies with you in Penn's Creek. We are praying for your family from Colorado. ??

~ Tom Soper
2/17/2024 8:19:43 PM

George did love to sing. He enjoyed singing in choir at church and we loved having him as part of the group. But I would have loved to have heard him sing Elvis! I am so sorry for your loss.

~ Lori Freed
2/17/2024 7:30:41 PM

My deepest condolences to the family. My heart broke when I was informed of his unexpected passing. Please know that the church family at New Ridge Fellowship is praying for all of you.

~ Pastor Ricky Ayala Gilbertsville, PA
2/17/2024 5:20:31 PM

Mr. Versak was one-of-a-kind and so loved by many. I don’t recall a time he ever wasn’t smiling, singing or making a joke. I am grateful for the memories and that he gave me one of my best friends. Sending love and prayers to the Versak family. May God bless you and bring you comfort during this time.

~ Annie Kolcun Goeringer Philadelphia, PA
2/17/2024 4:52:01 PM

What a beautiful remembrance of George. Every word the truth. Our family was blessed to have the Versak family in our lives. George was a wonderful man who will be dearly missed.

~ Lynne Hain Summerville, SC
2/17/2024 2:44:11 PM