George was a member of the Magnolia Volunteer Fire Company.
George A. Diamond retired from the Chesapeake Utilities Corporation. He was a life member of the Magnolia Fire Company where he served as President. He was also a life member of the Camden-Wyoming and Felton Community Fire Companies. Mr. Diamond was a past President of the Kent County Fire Police Association and past President of the Kent County Volunteer Firemen’s Association, a position that he was elected to twice. He was serving as Director for the Kent County Volunteer Firemen’s Association at the time of his death. Mr. Diamond was a past President of the Camden-Wyoming Lions Club, a member of the FOP Lodge #3, Dover, member of the Harrington Moose Lodge and a member of the Walter L. Fox Post #2 American Legion in Dover. Mr. Diamond was inducted into the Delaware Volunteer Firefighter's Association Hall of Fame. George served as a Sergeant in the US Army during World War II. His wife Mary L. Diamond predeceased him on March 22, 2001. Surviving were his son G. William Diamond, daughter Betty Dore and step-daughter Connie Haneline. George A. Diamond was buried in the Odd Fellows Cemetery, Camden, Delaware.