George Thomas Butler, 60, peacefully departed this life on December 8, 2015, and entered into eternal life. He was born on April 12, 1955, in Laytonsville, MD, to the late Willard Jones, Sr. and Gertrude Butler. \n\nGeorge received his education with Montgomery County Public Schools. He was an avid mechanic who could pick a car to pieces and put it back together like it was his second nature. He loved cars and motorcycles. He drove some of the best cars and could ride his motorcycle better than most of the young riders. Everything that George drove HAD to be spit-shine clean. George loved to dance and was quite the entertainer. The family loved to watch him and his favorite dance partner, his cousin Phyllis Palmer, dance. They would two step, hand dance and bop like they invented the dance themselves.\n\nGeorge was a man who LOVED to dress. He was one of the best dressed men from Montgomery to Frederick County. When he got dressed you couldn't touch him with a ten foot pole. He was clean and you couldn't tell him any differently. He stayed sharp. \n\nGeorge could make friends with anyone. He made friends everywhere he went and it seemed like everyone knew who George Butler was. He liked pitching horseshoes and he loved music, especially his oldies. He was a diehard Redskins fan. Needless to say he loved his family most of all. \n\nHe leaves to cherish his memory his devoted fiance, Fern Ambush; 3 children, Anthony Watson, Takea Herbert, and Thomas Simms; 8 sisters, Patricia Hammond, Sherlene Campbell, Delores Thornton, Janice Jones, Mary Jones, Joyce Francios, Wilma Jones, and Diane Gray (Scott); 8 brothers, Cramer Butler (Connie), Willard Jones Jr. (Hazel), George Jones, Willard Butler, Gregory Jones, Ronald Butler, Kevin Butler, and Michael Butler; 3 aunts, Hettie Foreman, Charlotte Thomas (Cleon), and Janice Pumphrey; uncle, James Pumphrey (Betty); 13 grandchildren; and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends.