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Norman William Gregor, Jr.

December 14, 1950 June 18, 2011
Norman William Gregor, Jr.
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Obituary for Norman William Gregor, Jr.

Norman William Gregor Jr, was born to Norman and Ellenor (nee. Freego) Gregor in Detroit on December 14, 1950. He attended and graduated from Redford High School. Norm started college but was soon drafted to the United States Army. After serving his country honorably in Vietnam, Norm returned home and began working with the United States Postal Service. He was a union steward for 24 of the 36 years of his employment.
Norm had a passion for golf and playing guitar. He and Donna loved golfing rounds together and he always had a guitar pick in his pocket. Playing in several bands over the years, most notably Cheap Whiskey, that played regularly at the Red Dog Saloon. Norms dedication, determination, and commitment are what made him a great leader and mentor as he coached many of his children�s soccer, baseball and basketball teams. His compassionate care towards everyone and funny way of looking at everything will be deeply missed.

After a long courageous battle with cancer, Norm passed away peacefully at home in the care of his family, Saturday, June 18, 2011.

He is survived by his loving wife of 16 years, Donna (nee. Brast); children, Brian (Wendy) Gregor, Jodi Gregor, & Bonnie Gibson; grandchildren, Devin, Makayla, & Mason Gregor; father, Norman Gregor Sr.; siblings, Ellen (Vincent) Simonetti, Susan Gregor, James (Justine) Gregor, Joyce (Marc) Grace, Karen (Steven) Durbin; and many nieces, nephews, and dear friends that join the family in mourning his death while giving thanks to God for his life among them.

Preceded in death by his mother, Ellenor �Fern� Freego; stepmother, Shirley; niece, Linda Brown.

Funeral Service will be held at Christ Lutheran Church, 620 General Motors Rd, Milford, on Wednesday, June 22, at 11 AM. Pastor Richard Pape to Officiate. Visitation will be at Lynch & Sons Funeral Home, 404 E. Liberty, Milford, Tuesday, 2-9 PM & from 10 AM until time of service on Wednesday at the church. Burial & Military Honors at White Lake Cemetery. Memorial contributions can be made to the Ronald McDonald House & Disabled American Veterans.

For further information please phone Lynch & Sons, Milford 248-684-6645

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