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Gregory Manley Gieron

November 2, 1958November 13, 2020

Gregory M. Gieron

November 2, 1958 – November 13, 2020 Gregory M. Gieron 62, of Abingdon Maryland passed away suddenly on November 13, 2020. Greg’s journey started on November 2, 1958 when he was born to Dennis A. and Catherine E. Gieron joining his older sister Denise. Greg was known for his love of sports. He still played softball and volleyball and he was always a team player. He was also known for his strong work ethic which he instilled into his daughters. He started his trade in machining in his early twenties as an apprentice and worked his way up the ladder. He later became his own boss and ran his own shop. He built up a great reputation for himself and J.I.T. Machining. Greg grew up in the Towson area; however he attended high school in Maine at Maine Central Institute where he graduated with honors. After graduation he moved back to Maryland with his former wife and lifetime friend the late Kathleen D. Viger, and they started their family. They had three beautiful daughters Jasmine Yve , Jessica Elizabeth, and Jennifer Marie Gieron. Later in life they were blessed with the arrival of their amazingly beautiful granddaughter Oliviya Ali Gieron. Greg was predeceased by his mother Catherine Elizabeth (Manley) Gieron. He is survived by his father Dennis A., his daughters Jasmine Y., Jessica E., Jennifer M., and his granddaughter Oliviya A. Gieron. His beloved sister Denise (John), and Alex Church, Meghan and (Mike) Rennard, and his great nephews and extended family and friends.

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Frank Sokolik

November 21, 2020

Greg was my dear friend for over 20 years. He was an incredibly positive person who saw the good in everyone. Nothing could hold his spirits down for long. A dependable confidant, I could always count on Greg for support during the tough times, and to join in cheering the good times. He had a great sense of humor with a quick laugh and welcoming smile. Greg's warmhearted nature turned any gathering into a cordial fellowship.

Allison Fletcher

November 21, 2020

I send condolences to Greg's family. I have known Greg for a couple of decades, not well, but well enough to know that he was a friendly, kind, and helpful man. I always respected him and I am sorry he passed so suddenly. I send my love and prayers.

Tod Hall

November 19, 2020

Greg had participated in Mountain Christian Church’s open play volleyball group for many years. A quiet, gentle soul who loved the camaraderie as much as the competition. He embodied the spirit of character and community that we have always tried to foster among that group. He will be missed.

Olivia Kus

November 19, 2020

I was so sad to hear of Greg's passing. He played volleyball with my mom and I for years, and boy was he a load of fun to be around. An excellent volleyball player, great sportsman, and overall great friend. His bright, sarcastic personality made me smile each time I saw him. He always kept a positive attitude and listened to how you were doing. You will always be in our hearts, Greg. Thanks for such a wonderful experience getting to know you.

Tina Miles

November 18, 2020

So many memories made with this kind-hearted man. Greg, you were my grade school crush who turned into my lifelong friend. You will be in my heart forever.

Traci Yeager

November 18, 2020

Greg was such a joy to play with on Sundays at volleyball and welcomed everyone. As I read everyone else’s comments, I realize and remember so much of the fun and lightheartedness was sparked by Greg. An “ace stomp clap” won’t be the same without you. We will miss you dearly. Thoughts and prayers to the family.

Louis Mbaya

November 18, 2020

Volleyball on Sundays won’t be the same without you ! Your particular ways of scoring, your catch phrase to the opposing team “ I feel the love” when you score in your unique ways...
God bless you.

Chad Lyons

November 18, 2020

Wow, dear Greg. I will miss him big time on Sundays! We joked, danced and had good conversations over the years. Volleyball will never be the same. I will miss the two step clap , “My Bad” calls and “Go Team 2” clap clap clap.

I’m in shock over this. Very nice person to lose. :(

Patricia Bohnenberg

November 17, 2020

I am so very sorry for your loss. Greg was very special to me. We often went to dinner on Fridays, & even went to Ocean City 2 years ago. Greg was a wonderful, kind, loving & special person. I will miss him more than words can express.
I love you Greg. Rest in peace my dear friend.

LINDA WILES

November 17, 2020

MY HEART BREAKS FOR YOUR PRECIOUS GIRLS. THEY LOVE YOU SO MUCH AND WILL MISS YOU BEYOND MEASURE. I HAVE KNOWN YOU FOR A LONG TIME AND THOUGH WE HAD OUR DIFFERENCES, I KNOW HOW MUCH YOU LOVE YOUR GIRLS. YOU HAVE ALWAYS BEEN THERE FOR THEM AND I KNOW THAT WILL NEVER CHANGE. THEY NOW HAVE TWO VERY SPECIAL ANGELS WATCHING OVER THEM FOR ETERNITY. REST EASY, MY FRIEND. GIVE KATHY A HUG FROM ME PLEASE. UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN...LOVE!

FROM THE FAMILY

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