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Just got back a day or so from a trip overseas, and I was catching up with friends on Facebook today when I read that our friend GAS_Wyo lost his battle with cancer last week. Although I only knew him from this forum (and later on Facebook), he always impressed me with his humor and dignity--especially considering the enormity of what he faced.

gary,
Thanks for the positive and supportive words! I agree, "That's just the way it is". I won't ever 'give up'. Sorry to feel this way, but I have people who depend on me and I want to continue to be a source of inspirational, financial, and spiritual support for them. To that end, I will continue to submit to treatments until I am cured or I die. Like you said, "That's just the way it is". I was raised to be an 'overcomer' and will continue my life with a positive attitude. I will continue to try and be an inspiration and a blessing to everyone I meet. I want to be remembered as "one of the good guys"!
Greg... I will always think of you as one of the good guys, and wherever you are, I'm sure there's music. RIP.
 

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Sad news. Rest in Peace, Greg.
 

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I knew Greg was battling cancer for some time, and was afraid this was the sad news when I read the title of the thread. You will be greatly missed.

My condolences to the family.
 

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Very sad to hear this. I had some time off the forum and didn't even see his other thread. Greg was one of the great posters here, and although I never knew him personally, I know he will definitely be missed. Rest in peace.
 

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Man this sucks. He seemed a good guy, I always thought his pink panther avatar was quite amusing, reading some of his posts I think the avatar matched the guy nicely.

I was really bummed out that I failed my Aural exam today.... now it just doesn't seem to matter.

RIP Greg
 

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I followed his thread and was / am completely humbled by his attitude - very sad to hear . Play on and rest in peace .Dave
 

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That's sad. Didn't know about his health issues, always enjoyed his open-minded contributions here. Heartfelt condolences to all who knew him.
 

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Based on earlier posts where he had described his health situation I kind of figured that one day I would be reading this but it doesn't make it any easier to read...I never met Greg but it hurts to hear of his passing. He was a few years younger than me...ouch...
 

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Too bad to hear about Greg. Only knew him through SoTW but enjoyed reading his posts and tried to keep up with his status. Was hoping and praying he would beat the cancer but twas not to be. His attitude though was admirable and I hope I could face similar circumstances in a similar manner. His attitude is inspirational but now, at this time the thoughts and prayers turn to the loved ones and friends mourning their loss. My he rest in peace and they find the solace needed in their time of loss.
 

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Sad now to realize his screen name wasn't a take on "gear aquisition syndrome". He was one of the good guys and I'll certainly miss him. The obituary page offers a link to the funeral home site where you can leave a message of condolence to his family. Please let them know how we all felt about Greg.
 

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Greg was one of the good guys, he was very patient with hack players like myself with good advice and encouragement. Rest in Peace and condolences to his family and friends.
 

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My sincere condolences to Greg's family.
Rest in peace Greg.
I enjoyed your reading your posts and passion for the tenor saxophone.
 
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