Greg was my FRIEND and I miss him very much. Full of wisdom and thoughtfulness he was a uniquely talented and caring man. He helped me in so many ways it is really tough to realize that he no longer is there to provide wise counsel to rescue me on many fronts. We talked frequently, comparing notes, chasing opportunities and working on projects together. No one that has ever met him in his travels, to many cities and countries, ever had anything but praise for who he was, how he conducted his business and shared the gifts that God had given him. He was the best consultant that I have ever worked with, always thorough, but innovative in his approaches and recommendations. More importantly, he was the most genuine, good man a friend could ever be. Greg knew and shared so much with me, it is impossible to describe what he meant to my life and how much he will be missed.
Janice, you have Jenny and I and our family's sincere condolences on Greg's sudden passing.
Greg and Janice have been our dear friends for many years. We always looked forward to being with them. We miss Greg and pray God will continue to bless Janice and the family.
Love to all,
Greg was a great friend to our family. Easy to talk to, generous to a fault, he made us feel like family. He had a calm and thoughtful way about him, and he always listened. I loved his stories of times past. He seemed to spend most of his time helping others. He was a lovely man. We are better people for having had the friendship of Greg. He is sorely missed.
Greg's work and the way he related to people, as well as his knowledge of healthcare, his analytical skills, and determination to make things better made a real difference for every client we served. At Synergy we will treasure the positive memories of working together. Don Strange (San Francisco)
Greg could flip a question and make someone think they want to do something they would never imagine themselves ever wanting to do. He took words seriously and used them to his and others' advantage. He taught me a number of things I will use throughout my career. He was incredibly generous; when he knew you liked something, he worked hard to make sure you had it, and plenty of it. He loved to tell stories and he had lots of them. I am most grateful for his interest in my son- he made my little guy feel important. He is missed.