George Tiller Pedersen
- Born: 22 Apr 1901, Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois
- Christened: 25 Aug 1901, Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois
- Marriage: Lucille C. Clark on 22 Nov 1945 in Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois
- Died: 31 Jul 1956, New York City, New York, New York at age 55
- Buried: Aug 1956, Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois
In 1917, age 16, George and his mother went to North Dakota to tend the farm of his brother, Thorvald while he was in the army. Later they went back to Chicago. When George came back to Chicago he would stay with Roy and Agnes Pedersen. Thorvald was best man at George and Lucile's wedding. George spoke Norwegian. He and Lucile hosted Jessie Bjorland (probably his mother's sister) when visiting Chicago in 1949. They visited the black area. George said, "Look- Norwegians!" "No, Swedes!", she answered.
George and Lucille visited Norway in 1952. He got sick on the boat back from a tour of Europe and died of emphysema in New York at age 55. "Georgy Porgy" as Richard Pedersen used to call him, is characterized as a pretty charming, always laughing and jolly fellow.
George married Lucille C. Clark on 22 Nov 1945 in Chicago, Cook Co., Illinois. (Lucille C. Clark was born on 25 Jan 1910.)