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Gregory Robert Carroll

Gregory Robert Carroll, 35, a tenor on the verge of a major career died in Seattle, WA, on Tuesday, July 2, 2013. Greg "GoDawgs" Carroll was a young and vibrant man best known for his zest for life and sharing precious moments with beloved family and friends. He was born in Des Moines, WA on July 9, 1977 to Dean Gregory Carroll and Deanna Jane Carroll. He is survived by his father, Dean Gregory Carroll; brothers, Kenneth (Victoria) Brown, Michael Brown and Mark Carroll; grandmothers, Doris Smith of Rochester and Adamae Smith of Lynnwood; Goddaughter, Isabella Stachurski of Tennessee. He is preceded in death by his mother, Deanna Jane Carroll and brother, David Glen Roulier. A summary of his career can be found at www.gregorycarroll.com and he captured his daily adventures on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/gcarroll.

A funeral mass will be held for Gregory at 10:30a.m. on Monday, July 15, 2013 at St. James Cathedral (804 Ninth Avenue, Seattle). A reception will follow in the cathedral hall. Burial will take place at a later date. In lieu of flowers, we ask you honor Gregory by making an anonymous donation to your favorite artist charity, fund or trust.

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Published in The Seattle Times on Jul. 14, 2013.
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July 21, 2013
Gregory enriched the lives of many in the San Francisco Area when he participated in the San Francisco Opera Merola Program. He had a beautiful and expressive voice.
Gregory Carroll also performed a recital with his beloved colleague Jane Eaglen for the Wagner Society of Northern California. We had an overflow crowd of 125 people at this very special event.
There are no words to convey the sense of loss that the music world is experiencing with Greg's passing.
Terri Stuart, President
The Wagner Society of Northern California
Terri Stuart
July 16, 2013
The funeral was so beautiful. The choir and Michael Ryan contributed to a wonderful and fitting service for Greg. May you find comfort.
Marta and Sven Kalve
July 16, 2013
Greg - I will forever remember your generous spirit, your kind heart and your spectacular smile. Thank you for all of the years of friendship and love.
Stephanie Richards
July 15, 2013
Greg, You were such a special person. The world has suffered an incredible loss, but God has gained an incredible voice for his heavenly choir. We are blessed that there are many recordings of your amazing performances that we can view. We will love and remember you always. Until we meat again, Rest in Peace.
Vickie Garner (Lertkantitham)
July 15, 2013
Greg,

I remember our talks after high school when you worked in the Hallmark store.

A friend and I were talking tonight about you. You remind us to do what makes us happy, live in the moment, and share our knowledge and happiness with others.

You are a talented soul, and you are missed, buddy.
Adam Sanders
July 15, 2013
I am so saddened to hear of Greg's passing. He had so much talent and so much to offer to so many. I have so many memories of him and my son Chris while they attended JFK The choir "upstairs " can't help but be improved with him there.
Julie Kirk
July 15, 2013
Dean,
I am so very sorry for your loss. You and I worked together in Payroll.
My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time.
Joan Vancuren
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