Edmund F. Gregg, Jr.
Apr 28, 1928 – Aug 02, 2016
Edmund F. Gregg, Jr. of Lake Anna passed away on Monday, February 8, 2016 at his residence. He was born in Massachusetts on April 28, 1928 to the late Margaret and Edmund Gregg, Sr. He began his military career at age 19 in the reserves and retired in 1980 as a Colonel having served for 33 years. He earned the Bronze Star, Legion of Merit and continued working after the military. He had numerous hobbies including reading, wine making, wood working, cooking and was a lifelong learner.He was preceded in death by his first wife, Beverly A. Gregg; his son, Edmund F. Gregg, III; his sisters, Muriel Newbury and Claire Gregg.He leaves to cherish his memory his wife, Grace Gregg; his brother, Richard Gregg; daughter, Kathleen Gregg; grandsons, Matthew Widmann (Yana), Christopher Widmann, Kelly Widmann and great grandson, Lukas Widmann.The family will receive friends from 1 until 2pm on Sunday, February 14, 2016 at Woodward Funeral Home, Louisa, VA with a funeral service at 2pm. Burial will be in Arlington National Cemetery on June 29th at 1pm.In lieu of flowers the family request memorial donations be made to the American Cancer Society, 1445 E. Rio Road Suite 104 Charlottesville, Virginia 22901
Hearts are heavy, memories are forever. A wonderful brother-in-law that was and will always be cherished. Sympathy to all ,especially Grace and Kathleen, and may all of Ted`s life and love carry you through these very sad days ahead. Love–Carolyn and Don
John and I are so sorry for your incredible loss. May the love of family and friends comfort and carry you through in this time of grief.
To Grace and Ted`s family, Ted always had an open heart and ready smile. He was a gregarious and generous host. I always admired his interests and how he pursued them throughout his life. He was one of a kind and will always be missed. Much love and peace.
We are are so sorry for your loss, Grace and Kathleen. There are so many wonderful memories of Uncle Ted stretching back to my childhood. I know my dad and mom always appreciated and looked forward to your visits. We wish you strength for today and comfort in the days ahead knowing how much Ted meant to you both. Love, Tom, Penni and Katie Hughes
Grace and Kathleen, we are so sorry for your loss. We both have empty spots in our hearts from all those great memories involving a TRUE CLASS ACT that is, and was, Uncle Ted. We love you and have and open bedroom, (two twin beds,) and private bath, getaway should either of you feel the need for some pool side lounging and relaxing in the coming months.Nate and Jeanine
So sorry to hear about Uncle Ted. I`ll never forget all those wonderful times at the lakehouse. He was a great inspiration for following your passions and doing the right thing. Much love and peace, Bailey and Steven Haines.
Such a loss for the universe. Uncle Ted was an incredible soul and mind and inspiring to every person he touched. Feel so lucky to have shared this world with him. Much love, Diane, Mike and Bax (who Ted met in the womb!)
Uncle Ted will be remembered in our hearts as a role model of how to live a life filled with grace, kindness, intelligence, generosity, and compassion. We will miss him very much. We send our deepest sympathy and wish you strength and comfort in the coming days. With much love, Claire and Wes Boyce
Lisa and I are very sorry for your loss. Ted`s smile and wit will be sorely missed by all in our neighborhood.
Grace and Kathy, we are so sorry for your loss. We will always have fond memories of our Uncle Ted and his zest for life.
Dear family please know that our precious God Jehovah will awaken all those sleeping in death, so he has promised in his word the bible. Take care (jw.org)
Miss you, Grandad.