*In Memory*

Barry Gregg

Barry Gregg


Obituary for Barry Gregg

Barry Russell Gregg was born April 27, 1947 and passed on April 27, 2018 due to complications following an unexpected heart attack. He is survived by his wife, Anna Gregg, children Brian and Allan Gregg, and his two grandchildren Eva Josephine Gregg and Harrison Forrester Gregg. He largely provided for his family as an engineer, working at the Oyster Creek Nuclear Generating Station. After retirement, his time was largely enjoyed with his growing family. Barry's memory was honored with a private viewing with his immediate family before his cremation. Further remembrances are currently undetermined, but, should that change, Barry's family will reach out with an invitation.

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05/10/18 10:46 AM #2    

Phyllis A. Griffiths (Lewis)

Prayers to his family and friends

05/10/18 10:55 AM #3    

Darla Denniston (McIntosh)

Sorry to hear of Barry’s passing. Prayers for the family. 

05/10/18 12:11 PM #4    

Davida DeBLASIO (Telehany)

Anna and Family,

So very sorry for your loss.  My thoughts and prayers go out to each of you.

Sincerely,  Davida

05/10/18 12:41 PM #5    

Janet Mapes (Rice)

So sorry to hear of Barry's passing. Prayers to his family.

05/10/18 01:05 PM #6    

Ronald E. Allison

Anna and family so sorry to hear of Barry's passing. My thoughts and prayers are with all of you.

05/10/18 05:26 PM #7    

Margaret A. Twist (Clark)

Prayers and thoughts going out to his family and friends. 

05/11/18 10:03 AM #8    

W Ridgely Haines Jr. Ed. D

Sorry to hear of Barry's passing - he will be missed. Our prayers and support go out to the family.

05/11/18 12:30 PM #9    

Kathleen Ginnane (Olson)

Anna,  so very sorry to hear of Barry's sudden passing.  My heartfelt sympathy,  Kathy


05/12/18 12:12 PM #10    

Joan M. Keefer (Cushing)

Barry - Rest in peace.- We will all miss you.

05/19/18 01:15 PM #11    

Gregory Bell


To me, the twist in school classroom alphabetic order was that Barry was B. Gregg and I was Gregg B.         He  was the first political conservative I knew.  I learned a lot in high school from Barry about the thoughtful brand of conservativism still popular at that time.  Upon his encouragement, I even attended a conservative youth conference in Pittsburgh, which he also attended.  Ultimately, that conference, at which Barry Goldwater spoke, clarified a lot for me.  It became the beginning of the end of my short life as a conservative.  Within a couple of years, I had claimed the liberal high ground, where I have been ever since.  While Barry did not bring about that change, he played an important role for me on a life-long process of learning about politics and the role of political power in determining the quality of life for ordinary people.  For that I am greatful.  At our last reunion, I was glad to have a good conversation with him and Anna.  I did not expect that it would be our last.  I am sorry to have him leave us too soon.  My best to Anna and his family.

Gregg Bell 




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