Gregory Skarr

Riverview, Florida


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Skarr, Gregory R. 58, of Venice, Florida, passed into eternal life on August 10, 2014. He was the beloved son of the late Henry and Virginia Skarr of Chicago, Illinois. Loving husband to Susan Skarr (Krumbein); caring father to Jennifer (Robert) Seebaran, Julie Skarr and Christopher Skarr; and...

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you will be with your mother and brothers.

My thoughts and prayers go out to the Family of a fellow Lewis Alumni...

Mumbles will always be Mumbles in my mind and heart. Rest my friend-

It is strongly apparent how deeply Greg affected all of those around him with love and humor. To those who he touched throughout the years, his memory will never fade. To his family, my prayers and condolences in this time of sorrow and hopefully your cherished memories of Greg will comfort you in your grief. chumley

Thanks for the laughs and times I just wanted to strangle you. I will truly miss you dearly. Words cannot express the feelings that are happening to all of us, but you taught us that strength, love and humor keeps a person going to the end. I will miss our visits and arguments that always ended with a kiss or slap on the head, your head of course. Thanks for being my older brother for the last 58 years. I hope you take a ride in my Falcon up there for old time sake. I love and miss you....

If I were to count every tear that has fallen, it wouldn't even add up to half the pain I feel for losing my dear Uncle Greg. He truly was an inspiration, he struggled the entirety of my life and yet still kept a smile on his face. He was always there when I needed him, and will be in my heart forever. Though he's gone he will never be forgotten by his niece, his sister, or his brother-in-law. His mother is caring for him once again.

Every time the skies open up and the sunshine gleams down from above I will always think of your huge smile!!! You are dancing again my friend and I'm sure your talking to the heavens about all your crazy record collections. You will be missed always.

Very sad news about Greg. He will be missed by his family and friends. He was a great guy who loved to laugh. He was always very positive about life no matter the situation. I will always remember the great times we had at Lewis and as Friars. We also had a great time bowling together. May Greg rest in peace.

Such lovely memories we have. He was an amazing guy and he will be greatly missed.Good-bye to a great brother, great brother-in-law, and great Uncle. We will always have fond memories of the crazy things you did that kept everybody smiling and laughing.