September 24, 2011

Born in: India,
Resided in: Pueblo West, CO

Binu K. George, 38, and Aleysa B. George, 36, passed away unexpectedly Sept. 24, 2011, from an automobile accident. Survived by Binu’s family including, his father, Kavalachira X. George; mother, Rosamma George; brother, Tinu (Asha) George and their son, Caden; sister, Sainu (Ernest) Owusu-Afriyie and their son, Jude.
Binu was born May 27, 1973, in Changanacherry, India. He graduated from CSU Pueblo and was an active advisor and mentor for the Kappa Sigma fraternity. He worked as a real estate appraiser.
Also survived by Aleysa’s family including her father, Chacko Thomas; mother, Rose Chacko; sisters, Beena (Biju) George and their sons, Jitin and Jerry, Betty (Benoy) Chacko and their sons, Justin, Christopher and Joshua and Binny Jacob and her daughter, Ashley.
Aleysa was born Feb. 23, 1975, in Jamshedpur, India. She was a medical technologist at St. Mary Corwin Hospital.
Binu and Aleysa were joined together in love on December 21, 2003.
Family will receive friends from 4 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 28, 2011, followed by the funeral Mass at 6 p.m. with the Rev. Fr. James King, VG, as celebrant. Both the visitation and funeral Mass at Our Lady of the Meadows, 23 Starling Dr., Pueblo, Colo. Concluding services, 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 1, 2011, at St. Joseph Syro Malabar Catholic Church, 211 Present St., Stafford, Texas. In lieu of food and flowers, memorials may be made to Binu and Aleysa George Foundation through Montgomery & Steward Funeral Directors, 1317 N. Main St., Pueblo, CO 81003. Online condolences,

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  1. I’m saddened to hear about the untimely demise of Binu & Aleysa. I have very fond memories of Binu while at USC Pueblo as Kappa Sigma pledge in 1998.

    Cologne, Germany

  2. Our thoughts and prayers are with your families. I grew up with Binu, Tinu, and Sainu in Tanzania and have not seen the George’s since ISM but the memories we shared will always live on. Binu will always be remembered for his good nature and selfless desire to serve, you will be missed.

    Ram (ISM ’92)

  3. Words can’t express the sadness we feel on the loss of Binu and Aleysa. They brought so much joy and happiness to our lives, and they will be forever loved and missed. Binu was the greatest God-father to my precious Natalie; he was ‘her Georgie’. We are so thankful for the memories we have of them, and the times we shared. We are better people for having known them. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all.

  4. Dear George and Rosamma, Tinu and Sainu,
    We are so very saddened to hear of your loss. Altough it’s been many years since we worked together at ISM we still remain clear and happy memories of all of you. May the Love and Peace of God help you all through these sad times.
    with love,
    Judith and Andrew Vaughan

  5. sad that i have not been in touch with the George’s family since ISM. hearing this news hurt me more as he could have made it to our ISM reunion in Vegas and i would have held on to some more memories… our thoughts and prayers might only give you some comfort in the coming days, but know that our hearts are hurting with you.
    May the Almighty give you all some strength to face this reality. we hope you can get through this hard time in your lives and cherish the good memories. when i say we are still in shock,i speak for many ISMers all over the world who were lucky and privileged to have been your students, and Binu’s class mates. our deepest condolences.

    Pamela Lwakabare, (ISM 1986-89)
    Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.

  6. Dear Uncle, Aunty, Tinu and Sainu, I am lost for words and cannot express the sadness and shock of the lose. Memories of our childhood days are all that keeps coming back to mind whenever i thing of Binu and i hang onto them as some of my happiest times.

    I cannot imagine the pain of losing a loved one. We will definitely miss them. Our deepest sympathies to you and your family.

    You and your family will always be in my prayers.

  7. Dear Georgekutty sir and Tinu,

    I really don’t know how to console you all. Me,Lucy ,kuttappan and Neethu are joining with you all to share with your loss and sorrows. I hope, our thoughts and prayers will give you some comfort in the coming days. May the Almighty will give you all some strength to face this reality. Our Condolences.

  8. For those of us who knew Binu and Aleysa, the world is most definitely a sadder place now that they are no longer with us. Each brought to the lives of those they knew special and amazing qualities.
    Binu had the most caring and charismatic personality that was instantaneously enthralling and captivating. He had the ability to befriend just about anyone and once you were his friend, you were part of his family. He was the kind of person that you wanted in your corner and who you knew would be there when and if you needed him. I’ll never forget the conversation I had with him just after he got engaged to Aleysa. I had been sagely married for 6 or 7 years and I asked him if he was scared to marry someone who he had only met a hand full of times. What he said shocked and humbled me. He replied, “Yeah, I think everyone is nervous before they get married, but the bottom line is that whether you have just met someone or have know them your whole life you have to work at your relationship if you want it to succeed and if you are committed to making it work then you do.”
    In a society that can make marriage feel more like “we’ll see” than “till death do us part” Binu’s response was both sincere and endearing.
    I am certain that he felt blessed and honored to be married to Aleysa, and she to him.
    Aleysa was a great complement to Binu. She was a great listener – he loved to talk; she was a bit more reserved while he was very outgoing. They worked well as a team and stuck by each other, even when times were hard and their strength, both personal and marital, were put to the test.
    For me, one of the saddest parts about Binu and Aleysa’s untimely departure is that they had so many dreams, so many plans and aspirations that are left unfinished. Some might say, “Well, at least they had as long as they did. They were able to accomplish a great deal of things, see many places and love many people.” And while all of that is true, I can’t help but feel robbed. Robbed of the idea of

  9. I write with a heavy heart….Binu was part of my life for a few short years, but leaves with me memories for a lifetime.

  10. With deepest sorrow and sadness for your loss. I had the pleasure to work with Aleysa, she is already deeply missed by all.

  11. I was fortunate to have known Binu and Aleysa because of their freindship with my brother Greg Smith. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

  12. I had the great pleasure of working with Aleysa. She was an amazing person and such a bright light. Her smile was contagious and she was so much fun to be around. I will always cherish our late night talks in the lab. She will be greatly missed by so many. My thoughts and prayers go out to both families at this difficult time.

  13. Binu and Aleysa were good frieds to our son and daughter-in-law, Greg & Cindi Smith.

    This tragedy has touched lives all over the world! We feel honored to have known Binu and Aleysa and share your grief.

    Our thoughts and prayers are with you!

  14. George was a great person whom we enjoyed working with. He was a fixture in our office in Walsenburg and always had a smile. Our condolences from Huerfano County Assessor’s Office…

  15. I first met Binu back in 1995 when I first started at CSU-P (USC back then). I pledged Kappa Sigma the following spring of 96 and got to know Binu real well as he seemed to be the nucleus of the Mu-Alpha chapter of Kappa Sigma. I remember going through campus events where Binu was the main coordinator that made it happen. That same semester, some of the guys got in trouble and Binu talked to the school leadership to save their hides. From that point on, it seemed apparent that he was the one that watched out for everyone and did whatever it took to help them out. Over the next three years, I got to know Binu very well through the fraternity and through classes because we were the only industrial engineering majors in the chapter at that time. He would help me on some of the math/engineering courses as he had already taken most of the same classes. We were involved in many events like wine & cheese, winter formal, and road trips to other chapters.

    The funniest memory I had with Binu was when we snuck into the Alpha Sigma Alpha office and attached a “device” to their desk with lag bolts. We snuck back out of the office and had to stop and catch our breath because we were laughing so hard!

    The last time I saw him was at Brandy & Jerry’s house where I met Aleysa for the first time. She was such a nice lady and I could tell that Binu & her were the real deal. They truly loved each other. I am so glad I got to see them.

  16. It was an honor to have studied along side Aleysa, and she will always be a part of our big pre-nursing family! God Bless her beautiful soul and my prayers go out to the family during this hard time.

  17. It was my honor to have met and worked with her. She will truely be missed and she is truely loved by all that knew her.

  18. George and Aleysa are already sadly missed. They were good friends, especially to our children, Monica and Jim.
    George and Aleysa brought such joy to the lives of all who were lucky enough to have known them.
    Our deepest sympathy to the families.

  19. My deepest sympathy to the family. God bless you and gives you the strength to go through this moment of sorrow.

  20. Binu and his wife will be sadly missed by all of us. Binu added joy and fun to our holidays especially Christmas and the singing of carols. He had a wonderful voice and sang with joy.
    Binu brought fun to our family gatherings and was a special friend to my brother, Greg. He will be sadly missed by my sons and their families, my brother, and my husband and I. May your memories console you during your time of grief.

  21. Binu and Aleysa, you did great things and touched many lives. You will be missed but we won’t forget. Thank you for the energy you brought to life while you were here.

    If anyone in Denver would like to go down on Wednesday, feel free to get in touch so we can coordinate rides. We have a few people who can drive already, so if you need a ride or could drive let me know.


    Tim Harvey


  22. Binu & Aleysa,
    Words cannot express the joy you brought into our lives. To kow you was to love you. We are all better people for having your friendship and being part of our lives. You were 2 of the greatest people we’ve ever known, and will ever know! Please watch over us, in spirit as you did while here on earth. AEKDB

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