Dear Family Friends
Thank you all for such kindness, love, support, & thoughts. I would like to receive your contact information for Greg's Celebration of his Life in the next couple of months. Greg gave his heart, soul & (yes, beer too) to everyone & we all felt the better from it. I miss him & feel my soul & heart have been ripped out. Shannon
Words can't describe how sorry I am for your loss & I hope that the love & support of family & friends will help you get through this difficult time. My latest memories of Greg were @ Larry's house and Katarin's 70th party & he was always laughing, smiling & telling jokes as the Jurich men do so well. He will be deeply missed! Karen
I asked Greg to send me a sign he was okay after getting the heart wrenching news on Tuesday. I've enclosed a picture of one our hibiscus plants that bloomed Wed. morning, The plants are normally dormant for winter. Thanks buddy-Your brother Bobby, I'm missing you so much.
Greg's death left a hole in the fabric of my life, one that can't be mended only honored by sharing memories. My brother was always there when your needed him, unselfish with his time and talents, ready with a cunning sense of humor, private with his personal pain, devoted to family & friends, full of love given freely, like air taken for granted,when gone sorely missed. I loved him.
Greg was such a kind and peaceful presence. I remember his beautiful blue eyes, warm heart, and gentle ways. He always made me laugh and feel comfortable. I loved listening to him play the guitar. He will be missed dearly. My thoughts and prayers go out to you Shannon, and of course all the Jurich clan. With love and fondness, Kelley
Uncle Greg was a special person. He possessed a unique combination of warmth & kindness, humor & grace. Always available to lend a hand to those he loved. I will always remember how his laughter filled a room. I'd like to think he's catching up with grandma & grandpa, filling them in on all the Jurich happenings. May he rest in peace. Kim
I will miss the almost daily phone calls between Greg and Paul; shouting into the phone at one another, laughing about everything, and then laughing some more about nothing. The silence will be deafening. He will be missed by all who had the good fortune to know him. You are all in my thoughts and prayers.
Looking back on years gone by I vividly remember Greg running up to me on the playground in 2nd grade, kissing me quickly on the cheek and running away as fast as he could. My first kiss. I feel fortunate that I was able to reconnect with him over the last 10 years. Always laughing and never hesitated to lend a helping hand. Rest in Peace Greg. You will be missed.
I still can't comprehend the fact that Greg is gone. I have been waiting for my usual daily phone call, checking for missed calls... So many great adventures over the years. I hold all those stories in my heart. I have lost my wingman through life.
Love to all, Jim Ehrhorn
I think what I'll miss most is his laugh and giggles. Greg has the most wonderful laugh and it makes me smile every time I think about it.
Thinking of you all and sending my love...
We are so sorry for your loss. To say Greg was an amazing man would be a total understatement. We are blessed to have known him. Thinking of you at this most difficult time. Please know we are here for you. So many great memories. The world is a little darker without him. Rest in peace. Lance and Alicia
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