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Gregg, Curtis
84, of Surprise, AZ passed away on February 14th, 2016. Curtis proudly served his country as a member of the United States Navy until his honorable discharge in 1955. Mr. Gregg was employed by Union Oil Company in Schaumburg, Illinois until his retirement in 1985. More recently he worked part time at H&R Block in Surprise.
He enjoyed daily trips to the dog park with his four-legged best friend Rocky and frequent trips to Culver's with Iona, his bride of 63 years. Curtis and Iona enjoyed travelling annually to support, attend and participate in The Celebration of Wildlife Event located in Northwest Indiana with his son Robert and daughter-in-law, Mary Ann. They took great pride in watching their grandchildren grow up. Some of our fondest memories of our father are centered around our weekly family pizza night, our regular family roller skating outings and the love and support that provided a strong foundation for his children. A strong and true man that instilled patience and values. He will truly be missed and never forgotten. Mr. Gregg was preceded in death by his parents, Cecil and Ruth Gregg and brother William. He is survived by his wife Iona (nee Warner), daughter Sandra (Bruce) Banker, son Robert (Mary Ann) Gregg, granddaughters Jennifer (Chris) Fay and Nissa (Jorge) Galaz, and five great-grandchildren. Graveside military services will be held Wednesday, February 24th at 11am at National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona in Phoenix. We encourage friends and family alike to join us. In lieu of flowers the family requests that donations be made to the Happy Trails Pet Owner's Club where Curtis and Iona spent much time with their beloved furry friends, Morty and Rocky. Please send donations to Patti Silzel 17200 West Bell Road Lot 1719 Surpise, AZ 85374. "Those we love don't go away, they walk beside us every day, unseen, unheard, but always near, still loved, still missed and very dear." - Author unknown


Published in The Arizona Republic on Feb. 23, 2016
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