My condolences to Mrs. Gregory Moore and family. Gregory was my childhood friend and classmate We attended Presentation Of Our Lady Of Victory School , I hadn’t seen Greg in 40 years until I walked into the Comcast building and security approach me and asked may I help you I immediately recognized Greg, we laughed and reminisced for a while. Although I may not have known Greg very well anymore He was my friend. Some people no matter how long it’s been just earn a Permanent Place in your heart . God Bless You Mrs. Moore and family
- Lois Martin-Voss
Mr. Moore, was a very nice man and he loved his wife Pat each time he would come in to the Lear Corporation he would always greet me with a smile he was the same when ever I saw him he will truly be missed. Rest In Peace. Pat , you and your family are in my prayers. Martha Hassan
- Martha Hassan
My deepest condolences to Mr Greg's family. His daily conversations were something to look forward to and will be dearly missed. A great man! Damon Snow
- Damon Snow
Sending my heartfelt condolences to the Moore family. Mr. Greg was one of the kindest people at Comcast, he always had a kind word to say and a comforting smile. He will truly be missed. I’m praying for your family during this challenging time.
- Tanya Green
My deepest condolences and prayers to Mr. Greg's Family. Greg was like family to us here at Comcast and he always had a smile on his face and such a good spirit about him. No matter what, you could count on Mr. Greg. I am saddened of his loss and I send prayers to the family of Mr Greg. He will be GREATLY missed here in Macomb.
- Melissa Parizon
I am shocked and truly saddened to hear of Mr. Greg's passing. He was such a kind person who always had a smile and friendly greeting regardless of how many times he saw you during the day. I will truly miss seeing and chatting with him. Your family is in my thoughts, and I pray for your strength and peace as you support one another at this difficult time.
- Aisha Johnson
My deepest condolences and prayers to Moore Family. He was such a sweet man that was so laid back. I just loved his spirit. He always greeting you with a smile. I was just walking to him on Monday and he was asking me about my knee and told me it takes time to get better and I told him Mr. Greg I miss wearing my heels and we both just laughed. Whenever my team RTA/RTO had lunch we always invited him to come and grab some good food. I am going to truly miss him very much.
- Tinika Norris
My deepest sympathies to all the friends and family of Mr. Greg. He was always one of the highlights of my day when I got to speak with him at Comcast. He always had a smile and remembered everyone by name. My day always started with a "hey big fella" and ended with a "we will see you tomorrow big fella." He was the first person to congratulate me when I got promoted to supervisor. I always looked forward to sharing good news with him and enjoyed him being someone I could go to if I was struggling with something. He was much more than our security guard, he was truly a friend and will be missed tremendously. He is truly one of my favorite people I've had the pleasure to meet in my 6+ years working here and I feel blessed to have had him in my life.
- Derrick Williams
My deepest condolences and prayers to Mr. Greg's Family. He was a staple in our Building at Comcast and his presence is deeply missed. There was not a day that he didn't greet me with a smile and ask about my Son. He was the epitome of a Stand up Man and he helped me on more than one occasion. Please know that his Work family is in Prayer with you during this difficult time.
- Lakesha Roberson
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