George Wortman is the alleged killer of 16 people in Canada. He is believed to have a long-standing obsession with policing and the RCMP.
Wortman was born and raised in Riverview, outside Moncton, New Brunswick. He attended school there before transferring to Fredericton University.
Early Life and Education
George Wortman was born in Pennsylvania, United States. He was a member of the American social realist movement.
He studied with Robert Henri and Kenneth Hayes Miller at the New York School of Fine and Applied Art. He later exhibited at the famous Armory Show of 1913.
His work was reprinted in numerous newspapers including The World and the New York World. He also lent his talent to the Metropolitan Movies.
Wortman had a long-standing interest in policing and the RCMP. He owned several denturist clinics in Nova Scotia and was a collector of police cars and motorcycles.
George Wortman was an actor. He starred in several movies and TV commercials.
He was also a musician. He played guitar in Buddy Holly’s West End musical.
When he was 18 years old, Wortman joined the United States Army. He served three years of combat service in the Union Army.
At the end of his military career, he returned to civilian life. He later married Lynda Day, and they had two children together.
Achievements and Honors
George Wortman was a highly successful lawyer. He was a member of the State Bar of Ohio and also served as a judge.
He was a member of the Cowley County Historical Society and was also the editor of the Cowley County News.
A devoted historian, he published many books on Cowley County history and was instrumental in creating the website for the Cowley County Historical Society.
He was the recipient of many awards for his work. He was also a popular speaker at many events and conferences.
Wortman’s family was a strong Christian one. His father James Wortman had died in the Civil War and his mother Mary Larue Wortman remarried to Reuben B. Wood, a Baptist deacon.
George grew up in Riverview, New Brunswick, Canada. He attended a local high school before moving to Fredericton and the University of New Brunswick.
He later worked as a denturist, operating several dental clinics in the area. He also owned a home in Portapique, a small town on the coast of Nova Scotia.
Neighbours said he often came and went, though they didn’t always see him. They also told CTV Atlantic that he had a passion for policing. He was a collector of police cars and had two old police cruisers in his yard at his denturist clinic.
George Wortman has a net worth of $1 million. He is a physician who lives in Anchorage, Alaska.
He is a medicare enrolled “Family Medicine” physician.
His wife Lynda Day also has a net worth of $2 million. They have two children.
The Wortman family lived in Prince of Wales Island, Alaska.
Their home-built boat was stranded on Kaigani Point after being struck by a huge storm.
It was a harrowing experience for all involved, but they survived and are happy.
They also wrote the movie Almost Too Late, which is loosely based on their true story. It was released in 1990.