• Thank you, Greg. An Inspiration, A Fighter, A Survivor

    Asked by IKickedIt on Sunday, October 18, 2020

    Thank you, Greg. An Inspiration, A Fighter, A Survivor

    I haven't been active recently on What Next, but am an old-timer. So I've known Greg for many years; read his insightful & encouraging posts, & followed his amazing, inspiring story of survivorship. I am heart-broken that cancer has taken him from us, and more importantly his family, friends & loved ones. We have learned so much from him. How to be tenacious, how to stare down one of the ugliest of diseases multiple times, never losing hope or faith.

    I've been a cancer coach for 8 years & always say that if I can save just one life by sharing my story & helping to make this nightmare a little easier for someone, then that was, perhaps, why I had to go thru what I did. Just think about how many lives Greg has saved, how many spirits he has lifted & how many people he has comforted, supported and inspired. Rest in peace, Greg. And thank you for the tremendous support you have provided so many of us during these difficult years. WhatNexters, it's now our turn to carry on his legacy.

    19 Answers from the Community

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    • Carool's Avatar

      Thank you, DeanaBeana. He sure is missed.

      9 months ago
    • beachbum5817's Avatar

      DeanaBeana, I am so sorry for you loss. Greg's passing has left a big hole in a lot of people"s hearts. WhatNext will not be the same without him. Take care.

      9 months ago
    • DeanaBeana's Avatar

      Thank you all so very much! I hope you WhatNexters and his second family carry on his legacy ❤

      9 months ago

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