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For Friends of Paul Gregg

His ashes will be spread at the Golden Gate Bridge

Paul Gregg in his Element Editor’s note — Last week we reported on the passing of Paul Gregg. At the time Radio World had limited information. We have received this from Gregg’s daughters.

We are sad to report that our father, Paul Edwin Gregg, was found in his El Paso condo on the evening of May 27, 2014. The autopsy results determined that the arteries of his heart were fully blocked and the cause of death is heart failure.

There will be no service. Per his wishes, the family will be spreading his ashes outside the Golden Gate Bridge in San Francisco.

We want to thank all of you who contributed to the memory book that we presented to our dad in San Antonio, for his 90th birthday in January. He read over the book many times and it meant a lot to him. His amazing life experiences, his gentle spirit, his loving, giving and caring for others (both family and his work with Bauer Transmitters) are part of the legacy that will live on in the many people who were privileged to know this remarkable man.

As we have begun to go through his belongings, we came across a bookmark that was given out at the memorial service for his second wife, Nancy. It says, People are the true flowers of life and it has been a pleasure to have temporarily strolled in your garden. We give thanks for the amazing life of our dad and to have been able to stroll in his garden for so many years.

Susan Gregg-Schroeder
Paula Levin
Jennifer Lamb