Gregory Llewelyn Topper

Orange, California


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Topper, Gregory L., 73 of Newport Beach died 3/12/19.

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Producing your second recording at the Sheraton with Wally Heider's mobile sound truck with four inch tapes and Paul Sandweiss was a highlight. Always enjoyed your visits to Monterey Dunes and La Quinta. I will never forget your sage advice "Get drunk and be somebody" and "Would rather have a free bottle in front of me than a pre-frontal lobotomy". My deepest sympathies to your beautiful daughter and grandchildren.

Cliff and Pat...

Its difficult to put into words the amount of joy we had listening to your wonderful music..every Tuesday night at the Anaheim Sheraton. Rest in peace Greg.

Greg Topper was not only a talented entertainer, he also had a kind heart and being the lionhearted personality that he was, did a lot of good things for many of his friends. I got to know Greg in 1983 when he asked to marry my daughter, Sheri. It was certainly a grand wedding reception at the BBC for 400 guests. Everyone remembers the reception. Many of you reading this, were no doubt in attendance. Since then we have lost a few of those fans that were always at Topper's gigs. Blessings...

God bless....I will miss our weekly dinners. Always like brothers.

We met when my family moved into your neighborhood! We would babysit the same families!! I still remember when Jeff drove me to your Marine Corps graduation!! You will always hold a special place in my heart!!

We met at the Airporter Inn and it was then that Greg cast his spell on us. Who can forget his spin on "Europa and Pink Cadillac"? We enjoyed Greg's music for over 40 years. We have many happy memories thanks to Greg - What a legend in Orange County...Thank you for the memories, Greg!

May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.

I sure enjoyed his music in the late seventies at the air porter inn. I met my true love there, he was great and we jitterbuged there with him for years. ❤

Heres to a loving father, friend and colleague. Long live your spirit and love for the show.