The family had a fairly secular life. In fact, in 1928 Georg was cut off from the Jewish community and stopped paying the synagogue tax. In 1933 he returns to pay it. This is what we learn from the following documents in which the payment of the synagogue tax is given (and from these documents we know the family's addresses).
He signs the letters as "Väti", nickname for "daddy".
In 1941 he was deported with Marion, his daughter to Minsk. The last document with his name is the deportation list., from the Hannover train station in Hamburg.
It is said that he was hanged on the entrance of the camp.
Since he was sick, we assume that he was shot by the comp's commander, from the following testimonial by an unknown eye witness. Out of Adolf Rübe's investigation.
"Rübe came to the cooking houses, in one of the room were 30 sick people. He took his pistol and shot them all"