Garrett Grieve

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David Garrett Grieve

Garrett passed away March 10, 2014 with his loving family by his side.  Proud to be a fourth generation San Francisco native, he was born on November 20, 1970 to Vernon "David" Grieve and Janette L. Renstrom.  He was united in marriage on November 6, 2004 to Lynn Lehsten in San Mateo, CA.


He attended West Portal Lutheran School and went on to graduate from St. Ignatius High School.  He continued his education at Marymount College and Golden Gate University.


Garrett has been both a franchisee and General Manager to the family's five Supercuts Salons in the greater San Mateo area for the past 20 years. Garrett's passions in life were his family, friends, as well as the San Francisco 49er's and San Francisco Giants ball clubs.  Garrett was an inspiration to a great many.  He was diagnosed with muscular dystrophy as a young child and met the challenges that came with that head on.  He will forever be remembered for his big bright smile, striking blue eyes, determination to have a bright outlook on life and his larger than life personality.


Surviving are his wife, Lynn and daughter Shelby; mother, Janette Rabin; sister and brother-in-law, Lisa and Jeffrey Clyde; mother-in-law, Carol Lehsten; 
brother-in-law John (Sue) Lehsten; Godson and nephew, Harrison Clyde; nephews and nieces, Darren, Stephanie, Lauren and Megan Lehsten.  Also surviving are Aunt Diana and Uncle Andy Bonnici; their children Tony (Amber) Bonnici, Eric Bonnici; Uncle Byron Rabin (Gabriel Serrato) and many friends. He was preceded in death by his father Vernon David Grieve; step-mother, June Grieve; step-father, Paul Rabin; grandparents Edna and Frank Renstrom and Louise and Curley Grieve and father-in-law, James Lehsten.


Memorials for Garrett can be made to at www.mda.org.


There will be a Celebration of Garrett's Life on Saturday, April 5, 2014.  Please contact janetterab@aol.com for details.


Published in San Francisco Chronicle on Mar. 31, 2014
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