Gregory Timothy Discon

April 30, 1966January 8, 2019

Gregory Timothy Discon, 52, went to be with the Lord on Tuesday, January 8, 2019 after he sustained injuries from a car accident in Mandeville, Louisiana. “Greg” was born on April 30, 1966 in New Orleans, Louisiana to his beloved parents, Nancy Lee Massa Discon and John Gerard Discon, who he now joins in Heaven. Greg attended Jesuit High School of New Orleans and went on to graduate college from Loyola University New Orleans with a bachelor’s degree in finance. He then graduated from Mississippi College School of Law. Greg worked alongside his father, John Gerard, and brothers, Thomas Massa and Scott Greaves Joseph and then went on to work at other firms in the New Orleans area.

Greg loved his family and friends, his chocolate labs, Snickers and Junior, boating on Lake Ponchartrain, watching LSU and Saints football, and listening to music by his favorite bands, Depeche Mode and The Cure. Although Greg grew up in New Orleans, he treasured the many summers he spent with his family and friends at “the camp” on the Northshore of Lake Ponchartrain.

Greg was preceded in death by his parents and his older brother, David Patrick. He is survived by his sister, Lynne Ann; his brothers, John Gerard, Jr., Thomas Massa, Michael Casey, and Scott Greaves Joseph; his nieces and nephews, Molly Malloy Jackson, Caroline Malloy Schwartz, John Gerard Discon, III, Tara Discon Thomas, Natalie Theresa Discon, David Lawrence Discon, Charlotte Discon Strief, Megan Kathleen Discon, and Marissa Lee Discon; his great nieces and nephews, John Gerard Discon, IV, Connor James Discon, Brady Joseph Discon, Myah Michelle Discon, Laurel Lee Jackson, Anna Claire Jackson, John Sanders Schwartz, III, Madelyn Grace Schwartz, Kathryn Leigh Thomas, Luke Bennett Thomas, and Rhey Thomas Strief. He was a dear brother-in-law to Deborah McCracken Discon and Charles Scott Williams. A visitation will be held on Tuesday, January 15, 2019 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. at Lake Lawn Metairie Funeral Home at 5100 Ponchartrain Boulevard, New Orleans, Louisiana 70124. A mass will follow in the chapel of Lake Lawn at 12:00 p.m. In lieu of flowers, charitable donations can be made in his honor to The Northshore Humane Society.


  • Visitation Tuesday, January 15, 2019
  • Funeral Mass Tuesday, January 15, 2019

Gregory Timothy Discon

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Carolyn Melito Montreuil

January 15, 2019

To the Discon family, I am so very sorry for your loss. Thelma and Jack were my Godparents. I have always been in awe of the Discon family, so much love and success. God bless all of you in this sad time. Carolyn Montreuil

Caroline Dobson

January 14, 2019

Dear Scott

I’m so sorry about Gregory

He was such a handsome sweet boy when I met him. I always adored your family and I was so lucky to have known your family

Many thoughts and prayers for you and your family

Love you lots


Kathy Brierre Navel

January 14, 2019

One of my most treasured memories is when our family spent the weekend at your camp. We swam a lot in Lake Ponchartrain. Just visiting, talking, laughing & petting the dogs...such simple & fun times. My brothers and I will continue our prayers for each of you.
Love & Prayers from your Cousins,
Kathy, Gene, Paul & Stephen

Anita Christensen Muzik

January 14, 2019

Dear Family,
I have copy of an old picture (c.1914) which shows Greg’s grandfather (and my godfather), Thomas Discon , Jr. (standing at right). Sitting next to him is his oldest sister, Sidonia Discon Preis, my grandmother. The older couple in the middle are Thomas Discon, Sr. and Anita Carreno Discon, the great grandparents we have in common. The little girl between them is my mother, Marie Anita Preis Christensen. We are all children of immigrants in New Orleans and pray for our large family here and in heaven. Condolences and bless you all. RIP, Greg, another fisherman in heaven.
Anita Christensen Muzik

Timothy Johns

January 14, 2019

I spent one of the greatest summers of my life with Greg Discon and his family on Lake Pontchartrain. We fished, sailed the hobie cat, and fished some more. Greg decided (with some vociferous hints from his father) it might be a good idea that we try and make some income from our fishing. We both learned that gas, bait, ice, etc. was not free. Greg spoke with the seafood manager of a local grocer in Slidell that we could provide fresh fish fillets to the store daily for income. It was my first business partnership, more importantly a cherished friendship was created with Greg over that summer that I will never forget. May he find love, peace and happiness in the comfort of the Lord.

Jessica Katehis

January 14, 2019

I worked with Greg in the Home Depot in Covington , he was in the lumber department at first ; he will stop to help u with anything , always had a smile on his face ; he was my locker neighbor we saw each other every day , talk every day . Am going to miss you and am forever thankful that I got to know you ,you will forever be in my heart , my deepest condolences to the Discon family . May you Rest In Peace ..

Cathy Durbin Mutter

January 13, 2019

Our family is saddened to hear about the loss of Greg. He lived across the street from us,the Durbins, and directly across the street from the Boubedes. I remember him as a child running around the yard playing. His family was so friendly. They were the best neighbors! Your old neighbors send our love and prayers to you,Greg, and to your sweet,beautiful family. Cathy Durbin Mutter and family

Charles Brodtmann

January 12, 2019

Thomas and the entire Discon family, I kind of remember him from back when Tom and I went to school at Jesuit, Class of 77. Been a long time, only touching base every 5 years at our reunions. So very sorry for your loss. May he Rest In Peace with the other family members and watch over all of you, like the others have been doing. AMDG.

Katherine Baldwin Carr

January 12, 2019

Always had a beautiful smile on your face, you always asked about our children,our families, etc. You always had kind, loving words to say, I will miss boating with you and the Scotts!
You will be immensely missed, say hello to my brother, Bouly, you all love all the same things in life!
Our love to all your family,
Kevin and Katherine Carr

Kylah Causey

January 11, 2019

Greg! There are many memories that we shared together at work! You will truly be missed and forever in my heart!