I owe so much of who I am today to Greg. We knew each other from Central High Photography class although I was a year younger than Greg. He called me one night a few years later when he was double booked at the paper and I covered an assignment for him which eventually led to me working with Greg, Don and Dave at the Evansville Press. He then introduced me to Jack Alexander who hired me at Deaconess after Greg left to work for Nikon. I last saw Greg about two years ago. I miss you buddy, and I'll always owe you one.
A card and note I sent you were just returned by the post office without a forwarding address, so I thought this the best means to contact you.
We were so very sorry to read the news of Greg's passing. We send you, Julie, and Greg's children our deepest sympathy. Please know you are in our thoughts, hearts and prayers. Dad, Bob Glascock, also sends his condolences.
I understand that there may be a memorial service in Evansville on May 26. I regret that we will be on a vacation with our kids and grandkids, so will be unable to be present. I will be thinking of you. Greg looked so very much like you.
Pam Glascock Hinkebein
Uncle Smitty and Julie,
I am so sorry to hear about Greg. I will forever treasure all the fond memories we had together as children. You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Julie and Dr. Smith, I am deeply sorry for your loss. Your family was always so good to my family. Julie, you were always a great friend.
Uncle Smitty and Julie, I was shocked and saddened by the news of Greg passing. You have always been in my thoughts and best childhood memories,and my deepest condolences and prayers are with you now.I will forever hold you all in my heart. My love to you all. Godspeed Greg