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September 21, 2023
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Gregory (Greg) Geiger passed away September 21, 2023 after complications from a short illness. Greg was the beloved son of Gerry and Marge, brother of Gerry and his wife Marianne and Kim and her husband Barry. Greg is survived by his second wife Roseann. Greg and his first wife Liz (Marchina) remained very close. Greg also leaves behind many nieces and nephews whom he loved dearly. He lovingly gave each of them their own creative, often funny, nickname.Greg had an infectious laugh that would fill the room. You often found yourself smiling whenever you were in his presence. He loved to laugh and share a joke. Greg also had a great respect for our veterans and his fellow man.
He was loyal and devoted to his many friends and family members. Like his father and older brother Gerry, Greg was heavily involved with scouts. He earned the honor of becoming an Eagle Scout. From a young age, Greg was a dedicated collector of Hess trucks and Baseball Cards. He had a fondness for dogs, the bigger the better! But he loved all animals and would do almost anything to help keep them safe. After graduating from Cheltenham High School, Greg lived an adventurous life. He enjoyed traveling. One of his trips took him to Fairbanks Alaska where he was an accomplished chef. Upon returning to the Philadelphia area, Greg drove a milk delivery truck. Greg’s adventurous spirit took him to North Carolina where he worked helping a variety of clients at Medical Health Associated.
Greg will surely be missed by his family and friends. A private celebration of his life will be organized at a later date. For those of you who would like to send a donation in his honor, please choose from: ASPCA, 1006 Edge Hill Rd, Abington PA 19001 or to Feeding Pets of the Homeless 710 West Washington St, Carson City NV 89703-4221