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This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Gregory Waite, 62 years old, born on May 9, 1959, and passed away on May 23, 2021. We will remember him forever.
Posted by John Hale on June 9, 2021
Greg was a good athlete. He played basketball and ran track at Leavitt Area HIgh School in Turner. I have one memory that stands out. One Sunday afternoon, after dinner in Leeds, all the Waite and Enos boys, plus myself, went up to the gymnasium at the old Monmouth Academy. We played 3-on-3 fullcourt basketball, up and down the court, for about 2 hours until we dropped. I can't remember the exact pairings, but it seems like it was Sam Jackson, Michael Enos and me against Greg, Stanley Waite and David Brackett. What fun!
Posted by Micha Stevens on May 26, 2021
Uncle Greg, words cannot express how much we loved you and what you meant to us. You played an integral part in making Texas our forever home. Thank you for your love and unwavering support in all aspects of our lives. Your love and care for Snoden created a sacred bond that we will cherish forever. Snoden thought of you as another Grandfather. But we know that this is not the end, our shared faith assures us we will be united again. Until that time, know that we love you and promise to take care of Uncle John.

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Posted by John Hale on June 9, 2021
Greg was a good athlete. He played basketball and ran track at Leavitt Area HIgh School in Turner. I have one memory that stands out. One Sunday afternoon, after dinner in Leeds, all the Waite and Enos boys, plus myself, went up to the gymnasium at the old Monmouth Academy. We played 3-on-3 fullcourt basketball, up and down the court, for about 2 hours until we dropped. I can't remember the exact pairings, but it seems like it was Sam Jackson, Michael Enos and me against Greg, Stanley Waite and David Brackett. What fun!
Posted by Micha Stevens on May 26, 2021
Uncle Greg, words cannot express how much we loved you and what you meant to us. You played an integral part in making Texas our forever home. Thank you for your love and unwavering support in all aspects of our lives. Your love and care for Snoden created a sacred bond that we will cherish forever. Snoden thought of you as another Grandfather. But we know that this is not the end, our shared faith assures us we will be united again. Until that time, know that we love you and promise to take care of Uncle John.
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Gregory Scott Waite Obituary for Dallas, Texas

Gregory Scott Waite, age 62, died May 23, 2021 unexpectedly in Dallas, Texas.  Greg’s gentle loving spirit coupled with his dedication and love of life made him a stellar man.  Greg had a generous spirit, he never met a stranger, and received everyone with an open heart.

Greg was born in Lewiston, Maine on May 9, 1959.He married John Marshall Arney in Dallas, Texas and together they spent 31 loving years  .They traveled the world both for work and pleasure .  Greg will be missed by many.  Greg imprinted on the souls of many people across the globe.

Preceding Greg in death are his beloved mother and father, Clint and Thelma Waite, and his sister, Jenny Waite, all from Maine.

Greg is survived by his cherished husband, John Arney.  His brothers and sisters Mike and Jan Enos; Valerie Enos; Annette and Sam Jackson; Jo Delle and David Brackett; Stan Waite and Heather Nadeau; and numerous nieces and nephews all over the country.  Also, his loving Aunts Barbara Angell, Marilynn Shaw, and Lois Lefebvre.

A Celebration of Life for Greg will be held on Saturday, June 26 at 3:00 PM at the Cathedral of Hope 5910 Cedar Springs Rd, Dallas, TX 75235.(214) 351-1901

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in memory to the Greg Waite Memorial Fund:

Cathedral of Hope:https://onrealm.org/cathedralofhope/-/give/Waite




Gregory Scott Waite Obituary for Leeds, Maine

Gregory Scott Waite, age 62, died May 23, 2021 unexpectedly in Dallas, Texas.  Greg’s gentle loving spirit coupled with his dedication and love of life made him a stellar man.  Greg had a generous spirit, he never met a stranger, and received everyone with an open heart.

Greg was born in Lewiston, Maine on May 9, 1959.He married John Marshall Arney in Dallas, Texas and together they spent 31 loving years.  They traveled the world both for work and pleasure.  Greg will be missed by many.  Greg imprinted on the souls of many people across the globe.

Preceding Greg in death are his beloved mother and father, Clint and Thelma Waite, and his sister, Jenny Waite, all from Maine.

Greg is survived by his cherished husband, John Arney.  His brothers and sisters Mike and Jan Enos; Valerie Enos; Annette and Sam Jackson; Jo Delle and David Brackett; Stan Waite and Heather Nadeau; and numerous nieces and nephews all over the country.  Also, his loving Aunts Barbara Angell, Marilynn Shaw, and Lois Lefebvre. 

A Celebration of Life for Greg will be held on Saturday, June 5, 2021 at 11:00 AM.  The graveside service will be held at the Leeds Center Cemetery Route 106 Leeds, Maine.

In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in memory to the Greg Waite Memorial Fund:

Cathedral of Hope 5910 Cedar Springs Rd, Dallas, TX 75235.

https://onrealm.org/cathedralofhope/-/give/Wait

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