George Jayne Breckenridge, Jr. of Clark, NJ entered eternal life on Friday, November 4th, 2022, he was 91. George was born in Plainfield, NJ on May 11, 1931, to George J, and Jennie (Berray) Breckenridge. He was raised in Elizabeth, NJ and graduated from Thomas Jefferson High School. After 11 months of college, he was drafted and served from 1951-1955 with the US Navy as a ships photographer on the USS Leyte aircraft carrier. After his service, he returned to Rutgers University and achieved a BS from the College of Agriculture in 1958. After college, he started working for Celanese Corp. in Summit, NJ and retired from that company 30 years later. After retiring, he worked for August F. Schmidt and Bradley Funeral Homes. George met his wife at Third Presbyterian Church, Elizabeth NJ and they wed on October 8th, 1960 and were married for 60 years until Ann's passing in 2020. Together they raised two sons, Glenn and Todd in Clark, NJ. George's family were members of Third-Westminister Presbyterian Church in Elizabeth, NJ and later after that church's closing George and Ann attended Osceola Presbyterian Church in Clark, NJ. George was preceded in death by his loving wife Ann, and survived by his loving children Glenn, Todd, and his daughter in law Mary Kay. He is also survived by his grandchildren, Katelyn, Melissa, David, Jillian and Daniel. George's family will always cherish their memories of summer vacations with Grandma and Grandpa at Wildwood Crest NJ, his love of gardening, his devotion to his church singing in the choir, serving as a Deacon, and being the Scoutmaster for Troop 17 sponsored by the church. Care for George has been handled by August F. Schmidt Memorial Home in Elizabeth, NJ. A private visitation will be held on Saturday, November 26th with a graveside memorial service 10:30am at Fairview Cemetery in Westfield, NJ 07090. Tributes to George's memory could be in the form of a donation to his families support of the Children's Tumor Foundation (www.ctf.org), and to help his granddaughter with her quest to find a cure for Neurofibromatosis.