Let the memory of Greg be with us forever.
  • 57 years old
  • Born on December 30, 1961 in Atlanta, Georgia, United States.
  • Passed away on January 28, 2019 in Augusta, Georgia, United States.

 dYA_-n_I25CDv2uOB4RrO_NONA4rcnaNwq_AVltsGHPW6or8Jlz9Cz3QP0Vxs4HSFOSObb5l-z_P6syKqp4_-XW_rQyCfTayxXkTwrPx39gtS15VZTjf8R7aaCR_JE62xpkAx_entI00Yn6PSA    Our brother Greg was born in Atlanta, but moved to Tifton, Ga at an early age. He was a longtime resident of Augusta. He attended Valdosta State University. He was in sales for many years with the Yellow Pages, and most recently was  a real estate agent for Playground Real Estate Company.

Greg John became a member of the Board of Directors of the Pendleton King Bark Park Foundation fulfilling a longtime interest in the welfare of both dogs and their owners. Greg relished his time at the YMCA’s therapeutic pool, especially the friends he made there at “Katie's Pool.” 

Greg was a storyteller. He honed his storytelling skills working in the resort real estate industry in Florida, and in casual conversations or deep seated discussions with friends or newly acquired acquaintances. His intellect was legendary, he maintained a curiosity for history, science, people, and politics examining how the world works. He maintained lifelong friendships with many folks of diverse backgrounds. He was friend to all, a mentor to his nieces, nephews, and other people both young and old. Greg had a deep faith in the Lord.

Family members include his sisters: Teresa Crowley Geiger (Jerry); Kathryn Crowley DesLauriers (Bob); Geraldine Crowley Wilson (Roger); brothers: Peter Robert Crowley (Elizabeth); and the late Michael Joseph Crowley; nieces and nephews: the late Jason Geiger; Becky Geiger Folk; Ryan Wilson; Sarah Wilson Potter; Peter William Crowley; Katie Crowley; Maggie Crowley Sheehan; Great nieces and nephews: Caroline Crowley; Conner Crowley; Kaylee Folk; Austin Folk; Georgia Sheehan. Greg was also preceded in death by his parents, Bob and Boots Crowley. He also leaves behind his beloved Golden Doodle, Sassy

Tifton: a gathering of friends and family 
Saturday, February 16, at 3:00 p.m.
Golf Club of South Georgia
3922 US Highway 41 N Chula, GA 31793

Augusta: a funeral mass
Saturday March 2, 2019 at 10:00 am, 
Holy Trinity Catholic Church

Please visit Greg's Memorial page to share thoughts, stories, photographs, music or videos at https://www.forevermissed.com/gregory-john-crowley...

Memorials may be made to: PKP Foundation and Bark Park at  706-738-4321 or Katie’s Pool at the Wilson YMCA in Augusta

Thomas Poteet & Son Funeral Directors, 214 Davis Rd., Augusta, GA 30907 

Posted by Wayne Brown on 17th February 2019
I first met Greg about 9 or 10 years ago when Pendleton King dog park 1st opened. Over the years we sat and talked hundreds of times. I remember well how he loved his 2 dogs Sassy and Jack(deceased). The last time I saw Greg was last May or June at the dog park. In September I called him when I heard the he was on hospice. I was surprised that he was still living at his home and that he had been out driving that day. The last time I called him was on new years eve day. Although our conversation was short he sounded in good spirits. I will surely miss him and all the good conversations we had--rest in peace Greg.
Posted by Natalie Black on 16th February 2019
I will miss my fellow "tinfoil hat wearing" conspiracy theorist, friend. We would talk for hours about things and I believe we taught each other quite a bit. Nothing was too far out there to talk about! You have been a good friend and I am glad I inherited you when I married Bart...... He misses you so. I hope you are enjoying the family that had gone on before. You had become so nostalgic there at the end..... Take care, Greg. We'll have a lot to catch up on when we all meet back up. Keep the Angel's straight. Natalie
Posted by Patsy Carlisle on 13th February 2019
To All The Crowley Family, I'm so sorry to hear of the death of your brother. I always thought all the Crowley boys were so cute! Greg sounded like a person that I would have loved to be around and listen to. You all are in my thoughts and prayers.
Posted by Paula Thomoson on 9th February 2019
Dear Greg: I did not know you as well, or as long as, Todd did nor shared in the bond of love you two enjoyed since you were kids But what I do know of you is that you believed in, and loved the Lord and despite what your body endured, you’ve now received your great reward Where you are, there’s no more pain, and no more tears there’s no more sadness, and no more fears Only joy unspeakable and love unending where your soul is mending, and your body transcending There’s no need for the sun, moon or stars The Lord is your light, and the fullness of your heart There’s no worries about food, clothing, or provision The Lord is your life, and need is forever in remission Though I did not know you as well, or as long as, Todd did nor shared in the bond of love you two enjoyed since you were kids I do know this, that you will never lack for light, life or love You will ever be with friends, family, and the best of all, the Lord up above
Posted by Kamran Baxter on 8th February 2019
My condolences to Greg's family
Posted by Ira Lebedeva on 8th February 2019
Greg, that’s too bad :(
Posted by Bridey Butler on 8th February 2019
You were my first friend at Bark Park. You helped me so much with my dog, Henry. I loved listening to all your research you did on the Government. It was an honor to learn from you. I will miss you on earth and I look forward to seeing you in the heavens on that blessed day the Lord takes me home. I will see you again my friend. Love ya!
Posted by Junetta Watson on 6th February 2019
Peace be with you Greg, I remember your ready smile and razor wit. Always ready for a conversation and never met a stranger. You will be missed, but remembered in our hearts.
Posted by Gerry Wilson on 5th February 2019
I love ya man, I'm going to miss those long phone calls about history, science, and politics. You had a good handle on explaining how things intertwined to create this great loving organism in which we abide.

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