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  1. Wayne White
    July 16, 2016 @ 3:00 am

    I just heard of Greg’s passing today from a mutual friend. He was a good friend who got lost in the distance of life. It is a sad event when someone who sparkles your life passes on. It is a shame when a life that starts so bright can slip away so silently. We spent so many good times together when life was so blissful and full of fun. Greg was so full of life and hope for the future, yet his turned out to be such a struggle. When your friends of your past are gone so early it feels so sad. I know a person as good as Greg will end up in a special place. Good bye buddy.

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  2. Arlene White
    July 16, 2016 @ 12:43 am

    Fran, Brendan, Garrett. We only just found out about Greg and cannot begin to say how sorry we are. I have seen Greg a couple of times and he was so proud. I often wished people could have known the young man we grew to love. We had so many fun times as young couples. I remember Greg and how loving and full of laughter he was. He was always a gentleman and his concern for others never left him in all his years of illness. He was articulate and kind. No one knows the torture though and we wish you all well and know Greg was loved by many. Wayne & Arlene

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  3. Bernice and Armand Bourgeois
    May 11, 2016 @ 9:23 am

    Dear Marie, we were very sorry to hear about Greg. Seems like yesterday when he would drive up and down Parkdale drive with your car. Those were the good days. Our sincere condolences.

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  4. Frank & Joan Landry
    May 5, 2016 @ 9:21 pm

    Marie and family.Our hearts go out to you as we know full well the heartache of having to bury a child.Greg would never intentionally hurt anyone, it wasn’t his nature.Those close to him knew it was the demon he was battling.I think we should all forgive and we are sure the message will some how reach him and give him more peace.We remember him as a handsome young business man, smart, funny, considerate with a lovely mischievous smile. May God give you all the strength to carry on, knowing he is now safe and at peace. May God rest his Soul.

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  5. Suzanne MacIntyre
    May 5, 2016 @ 10:52 am

    I worked with Greg a couple of times when he stayed in Dartmouth. I remember his concern for others even when he facing his own challenges. He was patient and forgiving when those around him hadn’t earned his kindness. He spoke highly of his family and always maintained a sense of humor and hope for better days throughout some pretty bad times. His smile is unforgettable. May he rest easy now.
    Suzannne RN

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  6. Barbara Keddy
    May 5, 2016 @ 7:47 am

    My sincerest condolence, Marie.
    Thinking of you with love,
    Cousin-in-law,
    Barbara Keddy

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