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Gregory Patrick Fevens

October 28, 1967October 25, 2020
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It is with heavy hearts we announce the passing of Gregory Patrick Fevens, on October 25 at Foothills Country Hospice at the age of 52, after a courageous battle with cancer.

Greg was born in Cornerbrook, NF. He later moved to Calgary, where Greg and Gaylene meet through their parents. They were happily married for 18 years. Greg was passionate about travel, craft beer and his family.

Greg will be greatly missed by his mom Carol Purdy (nee Moulaison); step-father Curtis Purdy; brother Trever Purdy; wife Gaylene Fevens (nee Madge); step-children Jenica Johnson and Derek Johnson; grandchildren Harlow Fex-Johnson, Halley Johnson and Kalia Manifold-Johnson; in-laws Pauline Madge (nee Lavoie) and George Madge and all other family members and friends.

A private Celebration of Life will be held at on Saturday, November 14, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. To view Greg’s livestreamed service please visit, https://www.facebook.com/613083798839741

In lieu of flowers, the family would appreciate donations being made in Greg’s memory directly to Foothills Country Hospice, (www.countryhospice.org)

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Linda Swaine

November 14, 2020

Gaylene, and family, Trevor, Carol and Curtis; My sincere sympathy is extended to you all on Greg's passing. I am so glad I saw him last October when he visited in Nova Scotia. I will always remember him as a sweet and lovable child and a happy and caring adult. May all the happy memories which you all shared during his lifetime, help to bring you comfort and lessen your sorrow as you face the days ahead.
"May God hold you in the palm of His hand until we meet again."

Jason & Krista Campbell

November 14, 2020

Our condolences Gaylene. We will miss Greg deeply and will always remember his passion for beer and the produce industry. We truly enjoyed our time working with Greg for many years and the personal relationship that was built over that time. Greg, we know you are enjoying your favorite beer right now.
Cheers My friend.

Angela Mizibrocky

November 14, 2020

Gayle and Family,
We are heartbroken to hear about Greg’s passing. Such a kind soul with a beautiful yard that he was so very proud of. Anytime we stopped to chat he always had a smile and loved to tell us about his grand babies and family. Gayle if there is anything at all we can do please know we are here just a couple doors down. Thinking of you all and sending love.
Angela, Scott, Isla and Ivy

Brent Newman

November 12, 2020

I had the great fortune to work with Greg on a few different teams over the years at Sobeys, and am much the better for the experience. Greg would do anything to help out a teammate and always had a light in his eye and a smile on his face and made the work place a better place to be, and you felt proud to be his teammate.
Greg was incredibly genuine and thoughtful and caring person who will be missed by everyone who got the chance to know him including all of his teammates and coworkers and store colleagues.

Dave Gingrich

November 10, 2020

I had the pleasure of working along side Greg for at least 13 or so years and I really got to know him well. Greg and I were fortunate enough to be sent to England for a beer trip and my pal Greg was not only in love with the land of real ales but was also a big part of helping it function properly. Never met a kinder soul in my whole life and I will miss Mr Gregals with all my heart. Also whenever you wanna tell Greg you love him, just suffer through a bottle of Keith’s and through on the Great Big Sea.
Love you Greg.

Carol ( Mom ) Curtis ( Step Dad ) Purdy

November 9, 2020

We the parents Carol ( mom ) Curtis ( step dad ) Purdy..are saddened beyond any imagination in the loss of Greg our older son.
On the upside..we know full well how he suffered in pain for10 mths. & fought diligently as he believed he would conquer the nasty disease,but lost his battle,not because he didn't try !
We know that now there is no more suffering dear Greg & the angels now have a fine gentleman under their wings & God will take great care of you for all your family, due to circumstances beyond our control we can no longer take care of you as we did raising a fine man..& you made us so very proud of you.
Always in our daily thoughts
Love & Miss you now and forever
xxoo
Mom / Curtis

Nelle Pedersen

November 9, 2020

I was a very lucky to call myself Greg and Gaylene's next door neighbour for almost 15 years in the neighbourbood of Millrise in Calgary. There were months in the cold winters when we didn't see each other, but come the first hint of spring, I'd see Greg out in the yard, preparing for the coming growing season. He loved tinkering in his garden, and the yard certainly showed it. We would often have a chat on these days. It kept us up to date on each others families and children.

My favourite memory of Greg, is the day he told me he was marrying the love of his life, Gaylene. That smile of Greg's is engrained in my memory, and it makes me smile every time I think of it. He was so happy. His happiness was contagious.

Gaylene, Jenica and Derek and of course the grand kids: I am so sorry for your loss. Greg was a big part of your lives, and this loss is a tough one. I am thinking of you all and sending you love during this difficult time.
Love Nelle

Wayne Smith

November 7, 2020

Rest in Peace cousin Greg, you will be missed. I was only young when you moved away but my memory of you will last forever. My Sympathy to the family

David McNamara

November 4, 2020

I am very sorry to hear of Greg’s passing . We worked together at IGA when he first moved to Calgary. He was a great guy and he always had a passion with everything that was important to him . My condolences to his family and friends.

valerie Landry Buchanan

November 3, 2020

Greg & I were at Yarmouth Memorial Highschool together. will Fondly remember his quiet mannerisms in class . Can still see his smile !
My thoughts are with his Family ❤

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