I have known uncle Greg my whole life as far as I can remember. As my sister mentioned, I too will always remember him lifting us high into the air on the count of "thrrrreeeee." I remember how much fun we had visiting him at his Virginia home. I loved that he live right on a golf course at the time and I would watch the golfers play through. But if by chance on the golfers hit their ball into the sand trap by uncle Greg's backyard, I was the first to insist to rake the sand after the golfer had hit the ball out; most of the golfers took me up on my offer. I remember that same day uncle Greg took my sister and I to a movie; the Flintstones (real live version). More recently we have enjoyed coming to visit uncle Greg and aunt Roz at their beautiful Colorado home. We have been skiing with them and have had numerous opportunity to enjoy the scenery on motorcycle trips. You can see that every one of my experiences with uncle Greg have been full of fun and very memorable times; from when I was very young to the last time I got to see him face to face (this last summer). The one thing that I will forever take from uncle Greg is that he was never negative and always positive. Even in his latest fight, he seemed to always view the situation as a challenge; he never called anything a problem. I love you very much uncle Greg and will forever miss you. May we all take your life, attitude and personality not as motivation for life, but as an inspiration of life...life to the fullest.
We love you and rest in peace.