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Gregg A. Sciaba Obituary
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July 17, 2018

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August 15, 2016
In emails, voice messages and even Christmas cards to me and my wife Mary, Gregg would typically sign off with, 'Gregg...,your bassman'. For 25 years he was that , and much more. He was absolutely the textbook example of 'nice guy', it's true, but that phrase doesn't do justice to his special character. Gregg was low-key, but also fiercely determined (in rehearsal, he insisted on getting his part just right, which he usually did after the first run-through). Unassuming, at times self-deprecating, but smarter and savvier than he let on; he was never one to boast, but there was no doubting his steady confidence as a musician or his deep interest , knowledge and expertise in other (sometimes to my surprise) areas like real estate and politics. While his priority as a father to Melanie and Andrew or a work commitment meant that he would miss practice occasionally, Gregg's answer to emails inquiring about potential band gigs was always, every time, the same - 'yes, let's do it.' We could count on him as our glue and foundation. After every show he would come up to each of us and say, 'good job'. Most people who came to see us play probably didn't realize Gregg was our most accomplished player, nor did he seek that kind of recognition, but he made sure his bass was booming and at least once every gig I'd ask him if I thought he needed to turn down - he'd smile and maybe tweak a knob or two and then go right back to rocking. A great band-mate, a greater person. Mary and I will miss you Gregg. My deepest condolences to family and friends. Pat....your drummer, and Mary....your singer.
August 14, 2016
I am so sorry for your loss he was a great guy I worked overnight with him at stop&shop he was a very thoughtful and caring man he will always be in my thoughts and prayers
August 13, 2016
I have just learned of Gregg's passing today, and I am wholly shocked and deeply saddened. I remember how much he loved his kids and how much they meant to him. He will be greatly missed by many. Gregg may be gone, but he will never ever be forgotten and always have a special place in our hearts.
I pray that God will surround his family with love and understanding and bring peace to them over the upcoming days and in the future.
May his soul rest in peace.
Lira's family.
August 12, 2016
I met Gregg at age 19, when i fell in love with his brother Paul. Gregg was filled with goodness; his love for music, learning, and attention to detail were admirable. Anything he tried, he was a success. And Gregg was SO funny - reminds me of my son Dylan who i believe, has a lot of Greggs brillant humor. My thoughts and prayers go out to Greggs family; may you find peace ahead and hope in knowing that you will see you son, brother, father, friend, uncle, again someday.

Kathy Sciaba Danielpour