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May 27, 2018

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July 6, 2012
Greg was one of my closest friends in High School and College. We spent many a night celebrating, whether it was watching movies at Tim Teeples house, working as a bar tender for the Bottle Shop,( A job Greg got for me) or searching for a party. Greg and I played varsity tennis for La Salle High School and would almost miss our practices because he would only put one dollar of gas in his honda civic at a time.
My deepest condolences to the Moore family, I consider myself blessed to have shared such happy memories with Greg.
God bless you brother. I'm sure they play Dylan,Young, Springsteen and the Stones in heaven!
July 6, 2012
my brother Greg- thank you for showing me the way...with a smile on your face and a song in your heart you taught me about what being cool is. it's about making the other person feel good. i know the apostle paul reminds us 'my grace is sufficient says the lord' but another day on earth where you get to horse around with my kids and compliment my wife and make me feel important. it takes work to make this world a good place to be and you did your share bro...rest in peace.

'...sacrifice is the code of the road"
Bob Dylan, "Where Are You Tonight (Journey Through Dark Heat)..." from the 1978 album Street Legal
July 6, 2012
I was deeply saddened to hear of Greg's passing, and my sincere condolences go out to his family. I will always remember the laughter we shared growing up, watching endless episodes of Monty Python and SNL. We played lots of tennis, hiked in the San Gabriels and took those marathon RTD bus trips to the beach.
We ran into each other at the Buc twenty-something years ago, and you were still the same guy with the quick wit and brilliant mind that I remember from St. Rita's and La Salle.
Even though our lives took different paths and we lost touch over the years, I always cherished our friendship. You made the tough times a little easier, and the good times even better. I'm glad to hear that you're a Springsteen fan, and I'll
bet the Big Man is playing the sax solo from Jungleland for you right now.
God bless you brother, and turn up the Bruce, for it's only calm seas and a cool breeze from here on.
July 6, 2012
Greg was an amzaing, selfless, loving person. Since this is for you: I will always remember you taking me out to train almost everyday. I will remember doing inspections with you and watching how patient and understanding you were with even the rudest person. You always made me smile, and talking to you always made me feel as if we could be sitting talking in any part of the world. You inspired me to pursue the life I always dreamed of. So now I am almost there, and I promise to stand where the sea meets the sand and send you a great big hello, since I know you will hear me from there. I will miss you my friend . . Until we meet again, farewell.