Gregory L. Wilson, 65, of Walsenburg, Colo., passed away June 23, 2013. Survived by his wife, Pamela; sons, Steven, Rusty, Gabe; daughters-in-law, Kyong, Kara, Sara; mother, Joy; brother, Larry (Resi), LaRe, Wendi and Erik and families; and nine grandchildren. He was born July 13, 1947, in Wheeling, W.Va. Panakhida service, 6 p.m. Thursday, funeral service, 10 a.m. Friday, June 28, 2013, both services at Archangel Michael Orthodox Church, 801 W. Summit, Pueblo. Memorial contributions may be made to Archangel Michael Orthodox Church, 801 W. Summit, Pueblo, CO 81004. Online condolences, www.montgomerysteward.com

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  1. Just thought of you tonight Greg as I was thinking how precious life and friends are We did some cars together and I think
    Your son Rusty worked for my son During your time on earth you were smart and funny I’m sure your entertaining your brothers in heaven Dean Murphy

  2. I am so sorry I found this. I am an old tenant of Gregs, I can truthfully say he was the best landlord I had ever rented from. He was even going to finance a house for me. I am so sorry for all his family and friends he left behind. Timothy Brown

  3. There isn’t very many good hearted people left in this world anymore and now even less with the loss of Greg a great hearted soul and out standing human. People could only wish to be like you but will never. I will always think of you from time to time, a great person whom crossed my path and left an impression with me and my family. Bless you Greg and your family with the up most warmth, Corey n Liza Garcia

  4. Good bye Mr. Wilson. Thank you for being a very kind and caring person to me and my family. The best landlord anyone could ask for. Thank you for the encouragement to do my best.
    To the Wilson family, my heart goes out to you all. He was a very cool man and I think he cared about people. I will miss our talks. He will always be remembered for his laughter and his caringness.

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