Gregory "Greg" Leo Delaney
Obituary For Gregory "Greg" Leo Delaney
Gregory “Greg” Leo Delaney
It is with a heavy heart that we tell you that Greg died peacefully at the Halifax Infirmary on September 18, 2019. His long battle with the complications of diabetes has finally ended. He was born in Stellarton, NS on May 29, 1942. He is survived by his partner and friend of nearly 10 years, Wendy Pelley; his stepdaughters, Joanne Delaney and Stacey Jensen; his nephew, Jack Delaney (Kathy) and his 2 nieces, Tina and Tiffany Delaney. He was predeceased by; his parents, James Henry “Harry” Delaney and Katherine “Kay” Delaney (Robson); his brother, James Delaney (Maddie) and sister, Gloria Bruhn (Cecil). Greg led an interesting life which began in Stellarton working at a very young age, then to Halifax with TD Bank, out west in construction and sales, then back again to Bridgewater, NS where he held various sales positions. His last job was at the Legion in Bridgewater (Branch 024) where he felt very much at home. He loved to reminisce about the old days, family, friends … and cars! He will be truly missed especially by his dearest cousin, Ed Russell and second cousin, Denise Russell and of course, Mojo, “the smartest little dog ever”. A celebration of life will be held at the Bridgewater Legion (024), 78 Churchill St. on Sat., Sept. 28th at 2:00 pm. For more information, please go to; www.donaldwalker.ca
To Family Sorry to hear this news about Greg R.I.P.
Deepest sympathy to Wendy and Mojo on the loss of Greg. We will always remember his many stories about his past, his love of Roy Rogers and Trigger and his beautiful smile. Rest in peace Greg. You will be missed!
we are sorry to hear of Greg's passing. we have great memories of Greg's visits through the years. those were the good old days. we will all miss you. your cousins the Bartlett gang.
Our hearts go out to you and your family on the passing of Greg, know that you are in our thoughts. -Management and Staff of Canadian Tire Tantallon
Greg has been a part of my life since I was a little girl. He even taught me a few good moves at the ping pong table. He was so full of life and when you invited him to do something he was “all in”. It was an honour to be with him in his final days. I loved him and I will miss him. Denise (his “cuz”)
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