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Date of Birth: October 12, 1975
Position: Equities Trader
It has been nearly 5 months now since we lost our son, brother and uncle Gregg (Greggy to some and just “G” to others). Life will never be the same. The void that Gregg”s absence has put on us is unbearable and constant.
Gregg was 25 years old and just starting out in life. After graduating in 1998 from Manhattanville College, Gregg spent a few years on the NYSE floor before his move to Cantor early in 2001. Gregg kept everyone young – his wit and personality could light up a room like magic and people always wanted to be around him. We honor his memory daily with stories and memories of the jokes he would tell or of what his opinion would be of something we are doing – we laugh and we cry.
We just long for the ”old days” when everyday trials and petty nonsense seemed so important. We wish he could walk into Mom”s kitchen lifting someone and spinning them till they were dizzy or tickling someone unmercifully. Gregg was always full of energy and enthusiasm no matter what he was doing.
Gregg”s existence on this earth has left an impact on so many. We are still receiving calls from people who loved him that we didn”t even know about.
We know that having Gregg as a part of our family was a gift from God given to us 25 years ago and losing him hurts so much because of the love and closeness we all shared within our family. It is that same bond that will hopefully see us through until we meet again. Gregg, we all miss you so much and pray for your peace and happiness.
If you are a friend, co-worker or just an acquaintance and have any stories or comments to share about Gregg, please sign on as we would enjoy hearing any stories of how Gregg touched the lives of others.