In Memory

Greg Coon

Greg Coon

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07/31/10 08:13 PM #1    

Vicki Harding

When we lose a fellow classmate- memories of them still live through us and give us strength. The time we have spent with those we've lost makes them part of us.  Our thoughts are with all of you who have loved and lost.

08/20/10 10:11 AM #2    

Dan Judd

Greg is not forgotten. He was great to be with and lots of fun.  I have a photo that Doug Harwood took that reminds me of those times. It was taken in the upstairs log room at Kelly Higg's house and shows Greg at the middle of all his friends: Gary Evershed (his idol), Dana Carver, Doug Harwood, Steve Kaelin, Kelly, Fred Fisher, Jim Hugely, and me.  His family cared a great deal for him also.  

08/23/10 09:05 PM #3    

Rick Barton

I enjoyed Greg's dry wit.  Made me laugh alot with Evershed.  I remember how we used to torment Mike Cahoon.  Mike was an OCD vclen freak.  Greg would drop a piece of lint on Mike's carpet and then time  how long it would take Mike to pick up the lint.  We had good times...Great neighborhood.  The Tingey boys, Coon, Evershed, Catron, Mark Brady, A;bert Davies.  The "field" .


We were crushed when they built Churchill.


OH well.......

08/07/11 09:12 AM #4    

Cheryl Johnson (Sachse)

Greg was someone that made you laugh and when you were with him, it was always a time to remember. 

08/01/21 08:15 PM #5    

Steven Kaelin

The summer after we graduated from Skyline, Greg and I hopped a freight train and went to San Francisco. We hitchhiked around the Bay area and up to Big Sur then we flew home. Pretty high class bums. It was the most daring and memorable experience of my life. Greg and I had a few psychology classes together at the University of Utah. Together we shared a lot of important life lessons I have never forgotten. Most notably his moments of bravery and courage in confronting the inequities and harsh realities of life.  

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