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From 2005-2009, there were an average of 3,533 fatal unintentional drownings

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Georgie's P.A.W.S.
Georgie's Pool and Water Safety

Georgie's Gift of Life

Every so often you see a bright shining star in the skies. Georgie's light of love and happiness was here for five short years. George A. Filer V. was my son's, son who was the happiest and sweetest kid you would ever want to meet. I announced his birth at the Washington National Press Club Disclosure Briefing in May of 2001. I'm devastated to report he drowned in his Mother's parent's pool on July 6, 2006, in Tabernacle, New Jersey.

He always ran up to hug my wife and I to give us a big happy kiss. He was the loving star of our family, and he had the nickname of Prince George. He would sit on my lap and want me to read him stories. He particularly liked Spiderman, racecar's, and Thomas The Train. I often wondered how he could be so happy? He would give me a hug and a kiss and say, "Love You or tell you his favorite saying, "Be happy!"

His personality was exuberant and loving, and he often wore his Spiderman costume. Virtually everyone liked or loved him. He was born with a smile and showed love for all those around him. He liked to snuggle in your arm's. His life was a very short five years, but he was a charming child and a blessing to each person who met him.

Many were touched by Georgie's love and happiness. He would give a rock to his school bus driver each day. Flowers to his mother, and little seashells to his friends. His dog, a Golden Retriever was his constant companion. He even saved a butterfly who had fallen in a pool of water. He gently picked it up and it flew away. When Georgie died he gave his eyes to another child, who can now see.

It was one of the greatest shocks of my life to lose such a precious gift as Georgie. I have cried more in the last few days than I have in my whole life. I am dedicated to warning others to the dangers of pools and lakes.

I am asking for your help so Georgie will not be forgotten, and that he has not died in vain. He died in a swimming pool accident. One of about 1450 young children, most under five years of age, die each year from drowning typically in backyard pools. To put this in perspective, we lost about a thousand soldiers fighting in Iraq and Afghanistan last year. We lose a third more of our little children in our pools, yet I only see explosions or terrorist bombs on our newscasts. No warnings about the death traps in our pools and spas. Yours or your neighbor's pools can cause death just as deadly as roadside bombs. We lose nine people a day in fatal drowning's in the United States. Most children drown without making a sound. In 2003, there were 3,306 unintentional fatal drowning's in the United States.

Tell your friends about Georgie, and warn them to watch their children every minute when near water. It is very important that someone is in charge to watch over the children. A swimming pool is 14 times more likely than a motor vehicle to be involved in the death of a child age 5 and under.

I asked God, why take someone so young and loving? I like to think God has a greater need for him in heaven. Alex who is Georgie's sister, told me he is watching over us right now.

Georgie and I ask that you help save some other child, so you may be spared the grief of losing a child you love. When you go to heaven, expect to see Georgie greeting you and saying I love you, BE HAPPY, let me show you my room.

I'm looking for your help in spreading information about Georgie and the danger in our pools. Please contact me at Majorstar @

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Aug 3, 2006, 08:59