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Greg Brown known to you as "Gregory" on the message board, was killed in a car accident early Saturday morning, February 14th. He was 35 years old.

We here at Copy World, Inc. will miss his professionalism and his commitment to his work. He was a dedicated and inspiring colleague.

Personally, I will miss his love for life and his example of trying new things and taking a chance on something even though the outcome is undetermined. His unabashed courage was something I will strive to obtain...but may never equal...

There will be a memorial service held for Greg at St. Jude's Church in Bethlehem; Monday February 23, 2004 at 6:00 p.m. Below is the address. Greg's family is requesting that donations be sent to Campfire Boy's & Girl's in Greg's name, in lieu of flowers.

St. Judes Church
730 W Broad St
Bethlehem, PA 18018
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Gregory S. Brown
A Mass of Christian Burial for Gregory Scott Brown, 34, of 8-F Doral Drive, Flying Hills, who died in an auto accident Saturday in Cumru Township, will be celebrated at 9:30 a.m. Thursday in St. Stephen Church, Oil City, Venango County.

A Memorial Mass will be Monday, Feb. 23, at 6 p.m. at St. Simon and Jude Church, West Broad Street, Bethlehem.

Burial will be in Sunset Hill Memorial Gardens, Cranberry, Venango County.

Morrison Funeral Home Inc., Oil City, Venango County, is in charge of arrangements.

Born in Oil City, he was a son of Dale E. and Mary Kay Smith Brown, Bethlehem.

He was a 1987 graduate of Liberty High School, Bethlehem, and also received a business degree from Moravian College in Bethlehem.

He was an Army veteran.

Brown was employed as senior account executive for Copyworld in Reading. He had won the Salesman Marketing Award for Eastern Pennsylvania.

Also surviving is a brother, Grady A. Brown of New Tripoli, Lehigh County, and two sisters, Gretchen M. Angelucci of Oxford, Chester County, and Gwen M. Brown, Bethlehem.

In addition, there is his maternal grandmother, Mary K. Smith, Oil City
Although I rather new and new Greg only through his posts, it is still saddens me to hear of the loss of one so young with so much to offer. To his family and friends, know that you are in my prayers. I pray that your hearts be comforted as you celebrate the life of one who you all cared for so much
I am deeply saddened to hear about this. While I never met Greg, he was a valuble contributor to the He did help many of us on this board. He will be missed by all. My best wishes and prayers go out to his family, co-workers and any one who was touched by his life.

May the Lord Bless you and Keep you Greg...
My prayers are with Greg's family, co-workers and friends.

We were suppose to meet this week (for the first time), I was looking forward to meeting Greg. Greg has been a great contributor to the P4PHotel. He will be missed by us all.

I will try to make the Memorial Mass.


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Hate to see you go, although I know you are in a better place with everlasting peace.

Was hoping we would meet this week, however now I know we'll meet in the future.

I will miss your enthusiaum and encouragement, but will remember that you're still smarter than the average bear.

May the Lord Bless You and Keep You..
I spoke with Greg for the first time on the phone on Friday of last week, we will miss him very much. Greg was truely a class act.

Please keep his family in your prayers. We must never loose sight that the most important things in life are not what you do or have, but who you are as a person, your family and we all need to remem just how short life can be.

Blessings to Greg and his family

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What shame………………………

Like most of us I never met Greg but I valued is input.

We should do something to remember Greg. How about this;

Members submit their success stories here at the hotel. On Feb. 1st 2005 the managers or a committee review the success stories and pick the best 5 or so. Then members vote on which story is the best (not necessarily $$ wise) and then on February 14th of 2005 the votes are tallied and we award the Gregory Brown Memorial Achievement Award.

We could make up a nice certificate or something.

What do you think?

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