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Gregory Roy Monahan

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Gregory Roy Monahan

April 22, 1960 - February 10, 2022

It is with heavy hearts that the family announces the sudden passing of Greg. Greg passed away at home, in his 61st year on Thursday, February 10, 2022. Beloved husband of Jackie Monahan. Cherished father of Kenny Mayhew (Andrea) and Justin (Rebecca). Proud grandfather to Emma. Son-in-law to Marie Vandewater whom he lovingly called “Maw”. Loved brother-in-law to Thomas Bethell (Paula) and Gwen West (David). He will be greatly missed by his niece Ramona Bethell (J.D.) and his many nephews, Thomas Bethell, (Courtney), Robert Bethell, (Emily), David West, (Lucy) Christopher West (Alicia) and Brandon West (Rachel). Predeceased by his parents Jackie and Donald Monahan. Survived by his sister Lindy Monahan (Meredith). Loved nephew of Beverly Gervais (Marc) and Nancy (John) Blair. He leaves behind many cousins and extended family and friends. He will be missed by his special friends, Richard and Malena Osborne and family, and Brian Armishaw. Greg passed away suddenly at home in his sleep due to complications from Hydrocephalus. He was born in Englehart, Ontario and moved to Toronto in his early teens. Family was Job #1 to Greg. He was a loving and caring partner to Jackie, extremely proud of his two boys Kenny and Justin, and adored his two ‘daughters’ Andrea and Rebecca. He doted on and spoiled his precious granddaughter, Emma. We will all miss his sense of humour and his unconditional love. Greg was a meat cutter, at Longo Brother Supermarkets for many years and adored his Longos Family, He recently joined Your Independent Grocery store in Port Hope and loved meeting new customers and building relationships with his colleagues there. Having recently relocated to Cobourg, Ontario, he was getting to know his family on the “Family Court” and loved watching the children playing outside each day. His passions included the Leafs, wildlife photography, Led Zeppelin, fishing and ‘scratchies’. Greg will be missed by Brooklyn but reunited with his pup Dakota – long may you run .. together. Thank you to Dr. Cifelli for his ongoing care and support. If desired a donation may be made to Hydrocephalus Canada @ in Greg’s memory. In respect of Greg’s wishes, a private family service has taken place. A Celebration of Greg’s Life will take place in the Spring.

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Maria Vandra - July 17, 2022

Greg is up in Heaven with my mom now, I am sorry for your loss,and was shocked to hear this news today! My mom passed away May 14th 2020,Greg was always so kind. Rest In Peace Greg

Mike and Janet Solsky - February 21, 2022

Jackie and Family, We are deeply saddened and shocked to hear of Greg's passing. We are so very sorry for your loss and offer our heartfelt condolences. We have fond memories back when Mike and Greg worked together years ago, and also getting to know you and your family. Greg had the best laugh and smile. But most surprising is that we live close by and never knew you both had relocated to this area.... sad that we lost contact and missed out getting together.... our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family. Rest in peace Greg.

Laura - February 18, 2022

No words can express my sorrow nor ease your pain. It was a pleasure to work with Greg . Our talks about our families really brightened the work day. His love of family really shone through especially when finding out what his granddaughter was up too. He was truly a cut above,and will be missed!

Pedro Gomez - February 16, 2022

My deepest condolences to the family. I can’t not put into words how sad to hear about Greg. I worked with him closely at Longos Applewood as one of my meat cutters. Which grew into a friendship. It was always great to walk into work and see his big smile. Ready to make your day. He loved talking about his family, his dog, and of course the leafs. I have so many memories of him and it saddens me that I won’t be hearing from him as we still kept in contact after so many years of not working together. I will cherish all our memories together for the rest of my life. Thank you Greg for being such a beautiful soul. I will truly miss you my friend.

Elizabeth Manary - February 16, 2022

I am so incredibly sorry for your loss. I worked with Greg at the Independent and genuinely looked forward to speaking with him everyday. Greg's kindness and friendliness helped me to feel welcome and comfortable when I was first hired. He is going to missed something fierce.

Joan Peters. - February 15, 2022

Dear Jackie, there are no word's to express the sadness I feel. when Greg came to pick up the boys he was always funny making silly little joke's we all loved him, I know your heart is broken Jackie but it will heal because Greg would want you to live on with his heart in Your heart, be strong Jackie. love cousin Joan.

Suzy Vallerand - February 15, 2022

To my dear friend Jackie. My deepest condolences to you and your family. Wising you peace, comfort, courage and lots of love at this time of sorrow. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Love.

Matt Jessica Ben and Hannah daigneault - February 14, 2022

You were only on the court a short time but you really left a mark with your scaring all the kids and your surprise firecrackers. You were so full of energy. I would frequently find the court kids gathered around your garage “bugging” you. The kids still think you might be just hiding somewhere again to play a joke on them. I’ll miss all the talks of wildlife and your amazing pictures of the fox who was always hanging around. You’ll never know that 2 foxes showed up together the night you passed to eat the food you had left them under our camera. There’s never been more then one fox on the court before. Our condolences to the family. Everyone on the court is there for you. He always talked about how proud he was of his family and he definitely moved to the right place for the last time. For such a short time being here, He is unbelievably missed by everyone on the court.

Brenda Neufeld (Cousin) - February 14, 2022

My deepest sympathies, Jackie, to you and your family. May you be surrounded with love and support from everyone around you, now and in the days to come. Love, Brenda

Joan Carbonaro - February 14, 2022

To my dear friend Jackie. My deepest condolences to you and your family. Greg's genuine warm and welcoming hospitality was reflective in his beautiful smile. I will always cherish the wonderful day I spent with you, Greg and Emma in your backyard last fall. You are in my thoughts and prayers. Love.

Natz Passafiume - February 14, 2022

My deepest condolences to the family, Greg was an amazing guy, you could count on a joke, smile and laughter, where ever there was laughter, Greg was the reason, we had some amazing times, he would come in 30 minutes before his shift, just to talk, about anything and everything, Leafs, his Dog, the photos he took on the weekend at his trailer, would bring in his portfolio and show his pictures, he would talk about his family, he was so proud of his children, and a proud man himself, truly will miss him.

May Tang - February 13, 2022

I am saddened to hear about Greg's sudden passing. I got to know him while working at Longo's Applewood a few years ago. He was so kind, caring and funny. He was always there to lend a helping hand and his stories/jokes were the best! May he rest in perfect peace. Extending my deepest condolences to his family.

Kyle Bayes - February 13, 2022

To the Monahan Family, my deepest and dearest condolences. Greg was one of the greatest, most interesting people I have ever known. He touched so many lives with his positive energy. Rest easy my friend.

Cindy & Mark Kitcher - February 13, 2022

Our thoughts are with you and your family at this time❤I first met Greg when he ordered supplies from me. He was always nice and friendly. Then he moved onto my family street and really got to know him. You will be truly missed my friend💛

Brandon&Rachel West - February 13, 2022

We were taken by surprise to hear of Greg's passing, the memories I have with him are great and full of laughs. We offer our sincerest condolences and prayers. With love, Rest In Peace, Greg

Dave & Gwen West - February 13, 2022

Our deepest sympathies. Sending our love and prayers to you all. Greg’s passing took a piece of our hearts. His infectious smile and the times we spent together will always be fondly remembered. Rest In Peace Greg. God Bless.

Gary Grant - February 13, 2022

I have been a good friend of Greg since meeting him here at Applewood, he'll be missed. I am so shocked to hear about his passing, I just messaged him on Friday and found it weird my friend didn't message me back yet. Only to see on a co-workers post of his passing a day later hurt me more ways then one. I loved that guy his jokes and his passion in his stories about his son and wife will be forever missed. Sorry to everyone affected by his loss, we will all miss him in our own special way

Julie Neufeld - February 13, 2022

Omgosh, what a shock. I'm so sorry for your loss Jackie... words are always so hard. God be with you and so much love. Love julie, Cousin.❤❤❤

Norma Jean Bethell - February 13, 2022

It's so hard to lose someone you love. We all have lost loved ones. My heart goes out to my cousin Jackie, Kenny, Justin and all who had the pleasure of knowing Greg. Always laughing, enjoyed people and loved life. Taken way too soon. Enjoy that stairway to heaven Greg. See ya soon

Alma Beston - February 13, 2022

Dear Jackie, My heart goes out to you as you grieve the loss of Greg and take comfort in the life you built together. The grace of God be with you always. Your new friends in Inner Wheel and particularly our afternoon book club surround you with love.

David and Luciana West - February 13, 2022

God bless you, Greg. Every image I have of you in my mind, you have that same huge smile on your face as in the photo above. Easy going, fun loving, always welcoming and kind. We will continue to pray for you and everyone you leave behind. May your soul rest peacefully in Heaven forever.

Lisa Nicoletta - February 13, 2022

My deepest condolences to the entire Monahan family and extended family members. We worked together for many years at Mr. Grocer and he always made it a great time, making us laugh and smile during our shifts.May he forever rest in peace 🙏

Jennifer Dean - February 13, 2022

So sorry to hear of the sudden passing of Greg. Love and hugs to the family. May he Rest In Peace. ❤️

Christopher and Alicia West - February 13, 2022

No matter how distant, thank you for all of the memories, Greg. You took care of your family and showed through action to Kenny and Justin how to take care of theirs. Go Leafs Go old man. Wishing that you rest in eternal peace .

Tom&Paula - February 13, 2022

Sending all our love and prayers from home xo Greg was a special guy and we will miss him a lot. Think of you all during this difficult time. May he Rest In Peace

Becky Worden, Bill Woodman, Kaiden & Easton - February 13, 2022

We were so deeply saddened to hear of Greg's sudden passing. He was such a joy to have on the "family court". Always had a big smile on his face and friendly hello dear everytime we met on the street. I would quite often yell out the door, "pick me the winner" when he would walk by the house to get his lottery tickets down at the corner store. We will really miss him and send our sincere condolences to the entire family at this sad time. May he rest in peace.