Daniel Edward Georgie, Jr.
Daniel Edward Georgie, Jr. “King George II”, 79, died 5/03/2020 at his home in Lawrence, Kansas.
Daniel was born November 26th, 1940 in Wyandotte County to Gladys and Daniel Georgie, Sr. He was a self-made artist who started pin-striping cars at the age of 16. He soon became known as “King George” in places as far west as California. King George Studios produced airbrush original t-shirts, silk screening, auto and sign painting. King George ll was recognized at state fairs, car shows, and a regular in downtown Lawrence. More recently, he invented board games, designed coloring books, and performed as a street musician. If asked, he would say he was a baseball player, but his passion was to “Support the Arts.”
King George ll “Daniel” is survived by two brothers: Burgess Rennels, Jr. and George Rennels, sons, Shawn Georgie (wife Jennifer, sons-Michael, Matthew, Mason) Trent Georgie (Children- Sydney, Evan, Trey), Vincent Taylor, Andre Nash, Saphyre Landry, and daughter Linda Brown. He has several grandchildren and great-grandchildren.
Services postponed until a later date.