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GRONOWSKI GREGORY "GIL" GRONOWSKI, age 62, passed July 19. Beloved father of Miro; son of the late Chester and Shirley (nee Domke); loving sibling to Debra Plues (Daryl), James (Mary), Gerald (deceased), and Glenn (Anna); loving uncle to James Jr., (Kristin), Grace, Benjamin, and Allison; Robert...

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My buddy, we were cross the hall neighbors at the Brewery Arts Complex for years in DT -LA. Him and Joe were dear friends and he is sorely missed by all of us. RIP Greg, see you on the flip side. I still have your first edition prints. Hugs

Love Paula

I was a long time friend of Greg's. We spent considerable time together in the art room at Midpark High School and later as roommates in our first apartment in Lakewood. I lost touch with Greg for a decade and when I decided to find him on the internet, I found his obituary instead. I was deeply moved by his passing. I have several of his early works on my walls and they remind me of just how amazingly creative he was.

I haven't seen Greg since school but often thought of him. He was an immensely talented artist and one of the nicest people I've met in my life. My condolences to his family for their loss. Rest in peace my friend.

I only just learned of Greg's passing. He was a dear high school friend. We weren't in touch, but everything art reminded me of Greg. My belated condolences to Greg's family.

Have some of his prints and we enjoy them

Greg; Ford Jr High Yr Book, HR302, Mr.Blackann

Will greatly miss my great friend , artist, so many great memories, my love and sympathies to his family, and Lanie and Miro.

Although Greg was Midpark Class 1972, and I was a bit younger, i recall him from the Art Hall at the school, and just being around from Ford Jr High and Midpark years. Surely the art world will miss him. Others will remember him fondly too. An angel just got their wings... RIP Greg and say give my sister a hug too.

Condolences to the Gronowski Family. Remembering all the great times growing up on Hardin Drive.Greg and my brother Mickey were friends. May they both play kick-ball in heaven. Greg was always respectful and a lot of fun to be around
Donna Gabor Ruscito