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Greg Robertson Morrow 1951-2013

Greg Robertson Morrow

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January 29, 2014
Easily the finest builder I have had the privilege of working for and collaborating with. Greg's easy-going demeanor and loyal character always lit up any room the moment he entered. Greg was gracious enough to give a fellow Midwesterner a much-needed carpentry position while attending graduate school. I have been blessed and honored to have been taken in by Greg and his family for Thanksgiving one year, provided extra work when I needed it, shared his 50th b-day with us all and, taught me more than I could have ever imagined about the field of timber-framing. Greg's projects not only show his tasteful vernacular but, most-notably, his shop has trained many of the finest carpenters in the region. I am happy to have had the chance to know Greg, his family and, be a part of his professional building network to this day. Greg, may your soul rest in peace.
......with the greatest sincerity and my best to the Morrow family.
GBG
January 26, 2014
With Greg's guidance what a great adventure we had building our little house in the woods. A calm and immensely talented builder. We are sorry for your loss Patti, Taylor, Hayden, Mariah, Ryan & Flora. Of course, his spirit is in this house!
December 14, 2013
I just had the great privilege of meeting Sam who came over in the middle of the storm/freeze to say hello. An opportunity to call Patti who came outside to call Sam home. What a sight it was to see this fine beast run off up the creek trail in great leaps and bounds through the snow to go home to comfort and protect Patti with all of the joy and devotion of Greg's spirit
December 12, 2013
It was my honor and a pleasure to collaborate with Greg and his team on a house project. Greg possessed the old-fashioned rugged and can-do qualities of a top-notch timber-framer. He brought a bright spark of life and a sense of joy into his work, and the mischievous smile of a guy who loves what he does and the people he works with was always in mid-bloom. Greg mastered the translation of design ideas into built spaces and crafted assemblies. His mastery flowed through to his sons and team of builders, and is reflected in each of the beautiful houses that he built. A dear man and a true craftsman, Greg is deeply missed by many and will live on through the family he raised and the beauty that he left behind.
December 09, 2013
Greg Morrow, the best. I worked with him professionally and he was a true master builder, simple the best. I loved working with him. I also loved him because he was the sweetest nicest big-bear-hugging man. Greg, I miss you and will keep you in my heart forever.

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