We have been very Blessed and lucky to have had Greg as the patriarch of our family. His loving and kind gesture towards not only his Family, but towards everyone he came in contact with, have enriched many lives, in so many Wonderful ways.
He is a loving Grandfather of seven grandchildren, 3 daughters, one son. He loves NASCAR, loved to play Darts, but his passion was restoring classic cars, especially the El Camino.
He was ALWAYS the first person to help in times of an emergency with thier cars,and would give you the shirt off his back rather than see anyone struggling. His dedication to providing for his family was next to non, and was considered the “The go to Guy” in his job of setting up all kinds of Conventions. Due to his dedication to his job, he was injured quite severely, and was rendered 100% Disabled. During his time of rehabilitation, he lost muscle strength, body weight, and developed Cancer for the second time. His body had become to weak to fight off the cancer, and because of the state he was in , was unable to go through Chemotherapy and Radition treatment.
As we write this, his passing is imminent. It’s a struggle for the family to see thier Beloved Patriarch suffer so much pain. And with his passing, comes the uncertainty of paying for the funeral expenses, and living expenses