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Gregory Ralph Wallace

Born: Sat., May 22, 1948
Died: Wed., Jan. 30, 2013


Visitation

3:00 PM to 7:00 PM, Thu., Feb. 07, 2013
Location: Day Funeral Home


Prayer Service

5:00 PM Thu., Feb. 07, 2013
Location: Day Funeral Home


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Gregory Ralph Wallace, 64, of Belmar, passed away, Wednesday, January 30, 2013, at home.  He was born in Red Bank; grew up in Aberdeen and lived in Arizona, New Mexico and California before returning to New Jersey.  He resided in Belmar for the past 4 years.  He was employed at Fort Monmouth in the Logistics Department before becoming a self-employed contractor.

Gregory was predeceased by his parents, Ralph Emmett Wallace and Elizabeth (Senise) Wallace; his stepmother, Marylou (Madreperl) Wallace; and a brother, Eric Wallace.  He is survived by his siblings, Sharon Stark and husband Harry of Matawan; Wayne Wallace and wife Maureen of Union Beach; and Tammy Trotter and husband John of Southampton; nieces and nephews, Raellen Wallace , Christopher Stark, Brian Wallace, Douglas Stark, Kellianne (Stark) D'Angelo and her husband Pete and his great nephew, Jonathan.  He will be dearly missed by all who knew and loved him.

At the direction of the family, cremation was private.  A memorial gathering will take place on Thursday, February 7, 2013, from 3-7PM at Day Funeral Home, 361 Maple Place, Keyport, NJ  07735, with a 5PM prayer service at the funeral home.  In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Belmar Boardwalk Rebuild @ www.belmar.com or to the Borough of Belmar, 601 Main St., Belmar, NJ  07719. You may offer the family online condolences or for directions to the funeral home, go to www.dayfuneralhome.com.



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Carol Mandeville
   Posted Tue February 05, 2013
Remembering Greg with love. I can't remember ever not knowing him from Matawan Grammar School through MRHS and beyond. So sad that we lost touch over the years. The light in me still recognizes the light in you, dear Greg. Heartfelt condolences to Greg's family.

Linda Erdmann Brown
   Posted Tue February 05, 2013
I am so sorry to hear of Greg's death. He always had the brightest and biggest smile that could cheer anyone up. A good friend of all our years in school.
My sympathies and condolences to all of his family.

Jerry and Kathy Hourihan
   Posted Wed February 06, 2013
Sharon Wayne Tami and family,
We are so sorry for your loss . Prayers and Love
Jerry and Kathy

Mike Gurnicz
   Posted Wed February 06, 2013
Greg & I played baseball together many years. He was always respectful of everyone, and just a kind, sweet person. He wrote in my high school yearbook for me to remember all the "times" we had during all the baseball seasons, and that I was a swell guy. Well, so were you....as you signed the book: Bufie. I will always remember our times together, and know that in heaven, it is always baseball season....see you there someday.

Maureen Kidzus Schultz
   Posted Wed February 06, 2013
When I think of Greg I think of his infectious smile and sparkling eyes. He was always considerate of others. My heartfelt condolences to all of his family. Rest in peace, Greg.

Kevin Gerien
   Posted Thu February 07, 2013
Sharon, Your brother was, and always will be, one of the best friends I ever had. He was the Best, all around, funny, sincere, and loyal. I had always hope we would drive his sports car again, together, up and down the Pacific Coast Highway.. He always let me drive, in fact, he taught me how to shift gears and get the best power out of the car.. and life. I will never forget him..I will miss him, we all will. So Long Pal...With Love,,,Kevin

Susan Banner and John Schweitzer
   Posted Thu February 07, 2013
Harry, Sharon, Maureen and Wayne,
So sorry to hear of your loss. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
We hope the love and support of family and friends will be comforting to you.
Love,
Sue and John

Peter J. Waters Jr.
   Posted Wed February 13, 2013
Dear Sharon and all of Greg's family,
Please receive my sincere condolances at this time of your great loss. I received the message 15 minutes ago, I pray that your loss has already begun to heal, I know Greg and that is his wish for you, I swear on our dear departed parents, that he is OK, the suffering is past. I loved Greg, we were Matawan's Bad Boys together or apart, we ran in crazy circles together and a part, but somehow we always found a way to find one another, he found me here in South America, he left a number with my daughter in law, we talked, we laughed a bit and he hacked on me and my convoluted sobriety, I said, "Hey 'Starman' look who's talkin' to who!" We called him 'Star' and some of us put a star over his head in the yearbbok, the yearbook that had the both of us mysteriously absent for our awards as shining examples of the idealist rebels hellbent on self destruction...he was one of a kind, that one, But, I've missed him before, Now I know I'll here from him again and again...we'll see alot of each other in The Book, that I have been trying to finish for the last eight years. Please contact me by email, i am currently out of cash, so, you know how this goes, I would love to chat with you, contact me or not. Again, much love and prayers for your comfort and strengthening, God can do a lot more than we ever imagined, Greg and I talked about it many times over our 50 years hangin' ot here and there. Pete aka Petey, aka Tommy Smothers aka Professor A..H..., etc, etc, Namaste, Pete Waters

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