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July 17, 2018

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December 18, 2016
I just learned of Gregg's passing. I want to express my sorrow at the news and condolences for his family and close friends.

Gregg had sent me his photo album with all of his pictures from his time in the Peace Corps in Nepal. When I complete the digitizing of many of his photos, I will return them and a DVD with all of the digitized ones to the family.

Rest in peace, Gregg.
November 15, 2016
Rest in peace old friend. I'll see you again down the trail
November 15, 2016
My most sincere condolences to Gregg's family. I served as a Peace Corps Volunteer with Gregg in Nepal, but in different locations. Later he and I worked for USAID. He was in Washington and I was in Nepal. After we both retired, he from his business and I from government service, we kept in touch by email. So, my acquaintance with Gregg was mostly through correspondence. We did see each other when he came to the Nepal II reunions. Although our relationship was based mostly on emails, etc., rather than through personal contacts, it is still easy to get to know an individual's character and it was apparent that Gregg was a very intelligent, kind, compassionate, and generous person. He had a keen sense of humor and when ever I saw him in person, he always had a smile on his face, which I greatly admired because I was aware of his illness. I will miss him as a friend and the bond we shared through our mutual experience as Peace Corp Volunteers in Nepal. My thoughts and prayers will be with Gregg's family during this difficult time. Don Reese