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December 09, 2016

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January 16, 2016
To Greg's family,
I knew Greg when he was in his 20s....He was always a lot of fun. I am very sorry about his sudden passing. All my sympathy and prayers to all who loved him,

Penny Swett Finch
December 29, 2015
It has been well over a year since the passing of my friend, business associate, brother Gregg. I remember Gregg in a struggling time up to the time we spent at the HA'S anniversary party. He became a plumbing Icon that everybody who met him looked up to, including me. Always there to help, always remembering the times when you helped him, and thanking you for it. I remember on learning of his passing, remarking to another brother and friend, that I did not know of anybody in the plumbing industry that did not like Gregg, he responded in kind. Hardly a day goes by in my plumbing life that I don't at some point remember him. Gregg, you were a good guy, and I truly miss you!
March 18, 2014
Going to miss you my friend. All our long talks about the old logging days. I always looked forward to you visits. Say hello to my daddy.
March 8, 2014
Thank you to Kevin Knox for keeping this guest book open!
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