In Memory

Greg Spence

Greg Spence

Gregory Stuart Spence

February 7, 1962 - April 19, 2009





Gregory Stuart Spence, beloved son of Joan E. Spence of Tiburon and G. Stuart Spence, Jr. of Sonoma, passed away in Cambridge, England on April 19, 2009. He was 47.

Greg is survived by his sister, Deborah (Debbie) Fleckenstine of Littleton, Colorado and Melinda (Mindy) Spence of Novato. He is also survived by his brother-in-law, Van Fleckenstine, and nieces, Chelsea and Randi Fleckenstine, as well as extended family members.

Friends and family are cordially invited to attend a funeral mass for Greg at St. Hilary Church (not Old St. Hilary's Landmark), 761 Hilary Drive, Tiburon, on June 5, 2009 at 10:30 a.m., immediately followed by a celebration of his life at the San Francisco Yacht Club in Belvedere. The family requests that donations be made in Greg's memory to: California Pacific Medical Center Foundation, c/o Robert Gish, M.D., Liver Program Fund #2572295 at 1255 Post St., Suite 700, San Francisco, CA 94109.

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06/25/09 04:44 PM #1    

Paige Moore (Peter)

I have fond memories of Greg from Dixie Grammar School. We grew up in Lucas Valley together...He lived next door to my dear, life-long friend, Cally Martin...(Mt. Tenaya Court).

I remember having some pretty amazing kick ball games with all the kids who lived in that cul de sac....the Martin girls...the Egides and, of course, Greg.

I am truly sad to hear of Greg's passing. Bless you, Greg. You will be missed.

06/29/09 06:03 PM #2    

Heather Mackay (Kuehl)

am so, so sad to hear about greg's far too early death...
I had several classes at dixie elementary school with spence, and what I remember the most about him was his effortless ability to get everyone to laugh. he was so funny and sweet.

08/06/09 03:11 AM #3    

Cheryl Spater

Greg was the person that always stood next to me during graduation ceremonies- 6th grade at Dixie School, 8th grade at Miller Creek, 12th grade at TL. He was always fun and playful-
I met him on a bus in the late 80's and we looked at each other trying to place where we new one another-
We had a great laugh and connection when we figured it out.
I will miss laughing with him...
Saddened to hear of his passing- does anyone know the specifics?
Cheryl Spater

11/08/09 01:42 PM #4    

Carol Logan

I am very sad to learn of Greg's passing. I too remember his smile and laughter the most. My sister was good friends with his sister, Mindy. My heart goes out to his family.

01/29/10 01:00 PM #5    

David McEligot

I also am saddened by Greg's passing. Although I had not been in contact with him over the years, I will always have fond memories of him from our dixie school days together.

David McEligot

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