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Chapel Hill Funeral Home

542 West 52Nd Street, Anniston, AL

OBITUARY

Greggory Edward Stein

April 22, 1943July 10, 2019
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Memorial service for Greggory Edward Stein, 76, of Anniston will be 5 pm, Friday, July 19, 2019, at Chapel Hill Funeral Home. Rev. Jeff Morris will be officiating.

Greggory Edward Stein is survived by his companion, Judith Seiler; father; Wesley Stein and step-mother, Mary Stein of Wichita, KS; sisters, step-sister Carol Farkas of Las Vegas, Nevada and half-sister Julie Speer of Kansas; step-brother, Jim Farkas of Phoenix AZ and half-brother Alan Stein from Kansas; nephew, Clinton Smith from Dacono, Colorado .

Greggory Edward Stein is preceded in death by his sister, Carol Stein; mother Loreen Farkas; step-brothers, Bill Farkas and Paul Farkas.

Mr. Stein served in the Air Force for 3 years. He was from Phoenix, AZ. Mr. Stein was a Christian. He graduated from the University of Arizona, Tucson. He worked for General Dynamics Land Systems from 1997 to 2008, as an HR Representative in Tallahassee, FL, Anniston, AL and Woodbridge, VA.

Condolences may be left at www.chapelhillfh.com

  • FAMILY

  • Judith Seiler, Companion
  • Wesley Stein, Father
  • Mary Stein, Step-Mother
  • Carol Farkas, Step-Sister
  • Julie Speer, Half-Sister
  • Jim Farkas, Step-Brother
  • Alan Stein, Half-Brother
  • Clinton Smith, Nephew
  • Loreen Farkas, Mother
  • Carol Stein, Half-Sister
  • Bill Farkas, Step-Brother
  • Paul Farkas, Step-Brother

Services

19 July

Memorial Service

5:00 pm

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Greggory Edward Stein

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BURT JACKSON

July 12, 2019

Gregg and I shared an apartment in the GOSI Building in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, for mid-1984 to mid-1986. Those were good times, with our houseboy, Saman, who we taught everything, how to make a bed, how to clean, dust, iron. Greg treated Saman like the son he never had. We formed a singles club called the SUMOG's, which stood for Single and Unaccompanied Men Of GOSI, and we did throw a few parties. We made home-made wine and beer, which became a hobby for us both. Greg and I shared our life together in a place where deep friendships form. I asked him once why he never got married, and he told me he was engaged once in college, but she dumped him in a sudden fit of good taste. Gregg was the consummate HR person, who cared about people and saw that they were treated fairly. He was very proud of his Vietnam service as a photo-interpreter who looked at miles of film from F-4E fly-overs for reconnaissance, a task that sometimes took him throughout the night. In my visit with Greg last November I stayed in Stein Meadows nearly two weeks. The weather wasn't the best, a bit chilly, which Gregg hated. But we had a good time anyway. We always watched Family Feud, then he went to bed early. I loved him like a brother and know he is in heaven now. I also want to express my thanks to Judy for her kindness and care for Gregg for so many years. She truly is an angel. The picture Is me and my beautiful wife, Christal, who went to heaven nearly a year ago. I am sure she is with Gregg now, probably singing some Willie Nelson Song.

Steve and Mary McNeeley

July 11, 2019

Gregg was a fun, loud, loving, one of a kind character whom I first met while working at General Dynamics. Our friendship followed from Tallahassee to Anniston and we enjoyed socializing with him at his annual epic New Year’s Eve parties and after retirement even though not as frequently. He always managed to put a smile on our faces. We are saddened at your passing but are happy that you are no longer suffering, are at peace, and are with your Lord and Savior.
GREGG!!!!! We will miss you.

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