Gregory A. Ballweg

October 4, 1949June 13, 2012

ARLINGTON, TEXAS -- Gregory A. Ballweg passed away in Arlington, Texas on June 13, 2012. Originally from Dayton, Ohio, Greg lived in New York City for most of his life. Greg was preceded in death by his father, Marion. Greg was the Visual Merchandise Manager at Saks Fifth Avenue for over 30 years in New York. He was a key designer of the famous Saks Christmas Windows as well as responsible for all new Saks' store openings around the United States. Greg did freelance work for Gucci and Ferragamo as well. He was a graduate of the Dayton Art Institute and Chaminade High School. He was a practical joker and was always ready for an adventure. He is survived by his mother, Dorothy of Beavercreek, Ohio, sisters Nancy Byler (Chuck) of Dayton, Ohio, Marcia Constantine of Euless, Texas, Kimberly Battes (Hal) of Arlington, Texas, and Annette Ballweg (John) of Beavercreek, Ohio, and numerous nieces and nephews.


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Morgan Constantine

June 26, 2012

Uncle Greg,
You were always so funny and light hearted. We will miss you a lot, keep a eye on us up there and protect us always.

Anne and Dave

June 17, 2012

We are praying for Greg and the entire Ballweg family.

Carol Williams

June 16, 2012

Greg was always laid back and amusing, I remember when Annette was born, he came over and we asked if your Mom had the baby. His reply was yeah, just another girl.

Jean Ann McElroy

June 16, 2012

Greg was a one-of-a-kind type guy.Growing up with Greg, you had to be on your toes. He was full of funny stories, loved to play tricks, and always had a sense of humor to share with others. Some memories I have are of the backyard skating rink, walking on stilts, and making lemonade using hot water because the lemonade was frozen and he didn't want to wait. When Greg was around there was never a dull moment. He shared his laughter with those around him. I am glad to have known him and shared some of his life with him. Here's to you Greg! Someday we can all ice-skate in heaven and drink lemenoade.