William Gerard Gregg


GREGG, William Gerard, 82, died March 29, 2009. Better known as "Bill," he was a familiar personality at the Silver Oaks Community in Zephyrhills. Bill was known for his good humor and positive outlook on life. He always extended a warm hello and gracious welcome to the people who...

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Bill and I were married in October 1999 and I am honored to have shared the last decade of his life and to have managed his care during the last few years as his health declined.

Bill's cremains will be placed in his Sylvan Abbey crypt in Clearwater, Florida beside the crypts of his first wife Joan and their son David.

One of Bill's outstanding characteristics was his positive attitude toward life: his cup was always half full and usually was running over into the...

Early 50's

Early 60's - Out West

God bless you and the entire Gregg Family. Our prayers are with you.

Bill is survived by his sister, Helen and his brother, my Uncle John.

May God hold you in His hands in your time of need and always. Our love and prayers are with you all.

Bill was a major influence in my life. His open heart is a shining example of Christian faith for me to strive to achieve. I was a baby when I entered his at the side of my husband to be. He was always a gentleman and always made me feel like a vital part of our family. In his final weeks he graciously conveyed how much he enjoyed all our holidays with his granddaughters surrounded by all their family. He also commented with a twinkle in his eye, that I was a great cook, and he enjoyed...

Jack and I wish to extend our sincere sympathies to Bill's family for their loss. Our prayers are with you.

My sincerest sympathies are sent to Bill's family. Bill was always chipper and engaging; a positive spirited man who I always enjoyed talking to and visiting with, whether in person or over the phone. He was a gentleman, a gentle man, and a loving family man. While his family and friends are mourning his loss, the good Lord has welcomed home another of His children. I pray God's blessings and comfort on Betty, Bill Jr. and the rest of the family.