ForeverMissed
Please help us honor Gregg's life by sharing your support here for his family.  We will cherish our memories of Gregg forever; may he rest in peace.

WAYS TO SUPPORT THE SEO KLEIN FAMILY
Many friends have reached out to see how they can help Jana, Jackson and Emily. 
We are working on a few things: 

1) JACKSON AND EMILY COLLEGE FUND: Important note on behalf of the Friends of the Seo Klein Family: We encourage you to spread the word about this Education Fund for Jackson and Emily. Please note that this should be done by email or text only. Kindly refrain from sharing on Social Media outlets such as Facebook and Twitter. You can donate here:
https://www.plumfund.com/memorial-fund/in-loving-m...

2) MEAL ASSISTANCE:
A. GrubHub digital gift cards. https://www.grubhub.com  Scroll to the bottom of the page and locate Gift Cards. Follow the instructions for Digital Gift Card. Use Jana's email for her GrubHub account janakleinjanaklein@gmail.com. Any amount is greatly appreciated. The beauty of a digital gift card is that Jana can transfer it to her GrubHub account and pool the funds to use as needed for food delivery. It doesn't expire.

B. Meal delivery. Many of you have asked to cook and deliver a meal, and Jana and her kids would gratefully welcome a home-cooked meal if you choose this option. Please email Sara @ sara.jennison@gmail.com if you wish to receive the invitation to participate in this option. We have set up an online tool to help coordinate this and you will receive an invitation from takethemameal.com with a passcode to access Jana's delivery information and sign-up section.

3) GREGG'S CELEBRATION OF LIFE (details coming soon)

4) HELP CREATE LASTING MEMORIES: Help us develop a lasting memories on this site by adding pictures, videos, and stories.
5) GET UPDATES by clicking the "..." on the lower right section of this page to sign up for notifications.  We will be posting updates here as we have them from Jana and the family.  No flowers please and kindly respect their privacy at this time.

6) PLEASE FORWARD this site to any friends that we may have missed.

Jana, Jackson, and Emily appreciate your support and well wishes.

Gratefully,
Friends of the Seo Klein Family
Posted by Kim Perich on June 16, 2021
Dearest Jana, Jackson & Emily,

We are thinking of you every day through this time of overwhelming loss. We love you all and our families have been blessed to have spent so many amazing times together. Gregg was incredibly kind and generous and his laugh infectious. So many memories to count - Halloween! The best parties every year! Christmas Eve, Gregg had to get used to sharing Tyke with Walter... Old Greenwood, so much fun! Walt’s Lasagna! Gregg’s most requested dinner from our kitchen. His amazing wine collection, thank you for sharing! Gabriella enjoyed trips to Tahoe, Cabo and the infamous RV road trip during summer 2020. Gregg has a special place in her heart. Friday night poker, Giants games, dad’s weekends and Vegas for March Madness! Thank you Gregg for countless memories. We will miss you very much. May you Rest In Peace.
With love,
Walter, Kim, Antonio and Gabriella ❤️
Posted by Ray Langhaim on June 12, 2021
Gregg was great friend and team leader. From the first time I meet him I knew he was someone I always wanted to be around. He is someone that always reached out and was a connector to all those around him. Always positive and always a can do attitude. Even during these past years with cancer always positive and always said do not worry about me. Gregg you will be missed for such a great man you are!! The Intuit family... PS and no matter how hard I tried never could beat him in Golf.
Posted by Kristin Mauer on June 6, 2021
Dear Jana, Jackson & Emily,

I believe we don’t meet people by accident. They are meant to cross our paths for a reason. Gregg was one of those people.
I admired your Husband, Dad so much.
I just posted a tribute on LinkedIn for him because I know he touched so many life’s professionally.
I am copying a bit of it here.

You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Kristin Mauer

We were introduced exactly a decade ago in June, 2011. I was in my first year with @TPCTax and getting to know heads of tax and the nuances of the tax industry. Gregg took me under his wing as he did many professional tax accountants in the years I knew him. He had a unique perspective on Corporate tax and a contagious energy that I was grateful to absorb and pass on when we spoke. Tax and accounting work can be very stressful, especially with a public company but Gregg had a gift of making it manageable and light.

Gregg also loved the San Francisco Giants and was devoted to his family. I was lucky enough to catch a Giants game with him and his son, Jackson, a few years ago. He was always thinking about others, especially tax folks in transition and our last conversation was about helping a former colleague who was looking for a job. He was very sick, but dismissed it and we talked about baseball instead.

I know the Bay Area tax community is small, so thank you in advance for sharing this site so we can help comfort Gregg’s family.

Gregg will be missed, but I hope those who he touched professionally will also pass on his spirit
Posted by Denise St. Onge on June 5, 2021
Paris 2012 is a treasured memory for me. Especially the day when Jana, Gregg, the kids and I went to the Rodin Museum (we saw Karl Lagerfeld!). After the kids were bored stiff we went to get ice cream and then to do what they really wanted to do - go to the playground!!
Jana and Gregg and I sat in the light rain and talked while Emily, Jackson and Claudia happily were kids at a playground.
Tom and I will miss Gregg. We both loved talking to him about anything at all.
Jana, you are in our thoughts.
Posted by Cara Jakubowski on June 2, 2021
Dear Jana, Jackson and Emily,
We are so sorry for your loss. We love you and we are here to support you however you may need. May Gregg, Your Dad, Rest in Peace. Sending love and hugs. Cara

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Posted by Kim Perich on June 16, 2021
Dearest Jana, Jackson & Emily,

We are thinking of you every day through this time of overwhelming loss. We love you all and our families have been blessed to have spent so many amazing times together. Gregg was incredibly kind and generous and his laugh infectious. So many memories to count - Halloween! The best parties every year! Christmas Eve, Gregg had to get used to sharing Tyke with Walter... Old Greenwood, so much fun! Walt’s Lasagna! Gregg’s most requested dinner from our kitchen. His amazing wine collection, thank you for sharing! Gabriella enjoyed trips to Tahoe, Cabo and the infamous RV road trip during summer 2020. Gregg has a special place in her heart. Friday night poker, Giants games, dad’s weekends and Vegas for March Madness! Thank you Gregg for countless memories. We will miss you very much. May you Rest In Peace.
With love,
Walter, Kim, Antonio and Gabriella ❤️
Posted by Ray Langhaim on June 12, 2021
Gregg was great friend and team leader. From the first time I meet him I knew he was someone I always wanted to be around. He is someone that always reached out and was a connector to all those around him. Always positive and always a can do attitude. Even during these past years with cancer always positive and always said do not worry about me. Gregg you will be missed for such a great man you are!! The Intuit family... PS and no matter how hard I tried never could beat him in Golf.
Posted by Kristin Mauer on June 6, 2021
Dear Jana, Jackson & Emily,

I believe we don’t meet people by accident. They are meant to cross our paths for a reason. Gregg was one of those people.
I admired your Husband, Dad so much.
I just posted a tribute on LinkedIn for him because I know he touched so many life’s professionally.
I am copying a bit of it here.

You are in my thoughts and prayers.
Kristin Mauer

We were introduced exactly a decade ago in June, 2011. I was in my first year with @TPCTax and getting to know heads of tax and the nuances of the tax industry. Gregg took me under his wing as he did many professional tax accountants in the years I knew him. He had a unique perspective on Corporate tax and a contagious energy that I was grateful to absorb and pass on when we spoke. Tax and accounting work can be very stressful, especially with a public company but Gregg had a gift of making it manageable and light.

Gregg also loved the San Francisco Giants and was devoted to his family. I was lucky enough to catch a Giants game with him and his son, Jackson, a few years ago. He was always thinking about others, especially tax folks in transition and our last conversation was about helping a former colleague who was looking for a job. He was very sick, but dismissed it and we talked about baseball instead.

I know the Bay Area tax community is small, so thank you in advance for sharing this site so we can help comfort Gregg’s family.

Gregg will be missed, but I hope those who he touched professionally will also pass on his spirit
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