Let the memory of Russell be with us forever
  • 69 years old
  • Born on March 21, 1947 in Topeka, Kansas, United States.
  • Passed away on March 21, 2016 in Woodland Park, Colorado, United States.

This memorial website was created in memory of our loved one, Russell Gregg, 69, born on March 21, 1947 and passed away on March 21, 2016. We will remember him forever.

A memorial will be held from 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm on Sunday, April 3rd at Johnny's Navajo Hogan at 2817 N. Nevada Ave., Colorado Springs CO, 80907 - See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/gazette/obituary.aspx?n=russell-gregg&pid=179412642&fhid=6109#sthash.kUcMVIy4.dpuf

Posted by Phil Simpson on March 21, 2018
Happy Birthday Russ. Miss our times together.
Posted by Pat Griset on March 21, 2018
Happy Birthday Russ,
I think of you often and it always brings me a smile..
Posted by Phil Simpson on March 22, 2017
Happy Birthday Russ !!  I miss you my friend
Posted by Sher Sche on April 7, 2016
wonderful memories of Russ at the lake with us, enjoying camping/fishing and walking along the extremely low Lake Buchanan discovering treasures! Russ loved to dove hunt in Shiner, not that he got too many! I think it was more for the being with the guys. Russ you will be missed a bunch here in Texas!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted by Robert Veuthey on April 3, 2016
Rusty, each memory we shared is filled with joy, excitement and your smile. In those times I never realized how rich those experiences were. Live on my friend!
Posted by Linda Van Skike on April 2, 2016
Thank you for being in our Lives. We are so much richer for your friendship, your humor, your fast cars :) !!  It was a long journey for you and now you are cancer free my friend. Your fight was a testament of your will to live to all of us. Love you, and we sure will miss you.
Posted by Louie Vandermeulen on March 30, 2016
Wonderful memories, forever in our hearts and minds. The long journey is over, but your new one is just starting...and you will do it your way! Love always, dear friend,... until we meet again.
Posted by Margaret Oliver on March 29, 2016
We will miss you Greg. Life is short, isn't it?
Posted by Charlie Stone on March 29, 2016
I am so glad I had the chance to re-connect with Rusty at the 50-year class of 1965 reunion.  He was exactly as I remembered him in high-school:  genuine and gregarious.  He seemed the picture of health, and my heart goes out to his family who gave him loving care to the end, despite the shock of his short illness.   He will be missed.
Posted by Pat Griset on March 29, 2016
I will always remember the times that you and Phil came over to my house. There was always so much laughter, what good times. I am so glad I got to reconnect with you at our reunion.'You are missed.
Posted by Judy Atkins-Hernandez on March 29, 2016
"Will never forget the many times that we nearly got 'kicked out' of Am.
History (Mr.Nelson) for laughing uncontrollably. And, there were the
rides, on the back road, that the tires would leave the ground and we
felt like we were on a roller-coaster!!Good memories, good high school
friend." Wish we could have re-connected at one of the get to gathers. Time runs out."
Posted by Carol Grohn on March 29, 2016
Miss you, friend, a renowned archery ace early on and just plain "ace" later! So glad to have the opportunity to refresh friendship at the 50th. Sorry to miss you finally at the Hogan! See you in the blue by and beyond!
Posted by Don Bynum on March 27, 2016
I'll never forget the fun that you, Phil Simpson, and I had the summer of 1963: Tennis, archery, and learning how to throw boomerangs at Boddington Park. Always loved your easy manner and sense of humor, and we are all going to miss you.
Posted by Phil Simpson on March 27, 2016
I will miss you my friend. We did have some fun together growing up and sometimes too much fun, but always good and happy memories.
Posted by Jane Merritt on March 26, 2016
I will miss your positive attitude. How you were always there for me and made me feel like family.
Posted by Lee Gregg on March 26, 2016
Thank you for the memories that we shared while you were here with us. You always made the girls laugh and you had a great sense of humor. I'm glad we all had a chance to share this life together. You will be deeply missed.

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