Gregory  Molleson

Gregory Molleson

Wednesday, February 19th, 1964 - Wednesday, January 8th, 2020
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Molleson, Gregory John

Passed away peacefully surrounded with love on January 8, 2020 at the age of 55. He is gone from our loving arms to yours, Gram and Pop(Jane and Al Hagley). A wonderful father to Lake Molleson and life long dear friend/family to Kim Donaldson. Greg is survived by his mother Alice Bartman, his siblings, Leigh-Ann(Brett), David Molleson, and step-sister, Janice Duffy. Dearly loved by aunts Cheryl Dyer and Barb Barrett as well as many nieces, nephews, and cousins. He will be dearly missed by all who knew and loved him. The family would like to thank the caring staff of the Juravinski Hospital with special thanks to nurses, Cathy and Paul. Cremation has taken place. A Memorial Gathering will be held at P.X. DERMODY FUNERAL HOME, 1919 King St. E (between Cochrane and Rosedale) on Saturday January 18, 2020 from 2-4 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the Juravinski Cancer Centre.
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Kim Donaldson

Posted at 07:53pm
I met Greg for the first time in junior high. It was a small school and everyone knew everyone. We said hellos but never really hung out. Over the next couple of years, we would see each other around town and nod our hellos… then he was gone and I didn’t see him around anymore.
Just after I finished high school I was out with friends at a club and There he was. His hair was always a little long and he had those gorgeous curls that everyone was trying to copy with perms. We started talking and he asked me out for the dinner the next evening. We were inseparable. He worked in Red deer for CN rail maintenance and he would be called back to work soon. He started trying to get jobs closer to home so we didn’t have to leave each other. He finally got a job in a small town outside of Hamilton and at 19 and 20 we moved to the area and left everything we knew behind. We built a life, a home and had our son Lake.
If you have to have an ex, Greg was the best. It took us a while, but we managed to forge a new and better relationship for our son. After he was grown and we weren’t doing sports or school things, we still stayed in touch. At first once a week, then once a month and we have been there for each other through everything…good and bad. We were Family.
Greg was a hard-working man. Well respected at his place of employment and got a long great with everyone. He could tell a bad joke and make it funny. His gestures, his comical voices and his delivery. He was quick witted and always had a good one liner. He was a natural at everything he tried, especially any sports. His first-time playing golf, he was using cheap rental clubs and somehow managed a ridiculous score like 5 or 6 over par. Thus, began a love affair with the game. When he became sick and couldn’t work, he was bored and couldn’t really go out because of the chemo and low antibodies. I suggested making a model airplane. Greg bought this motorcycle kit; it was thousands of tiny pieces and definitely not beginner level for models. Not even two weeks later, I get a picture text of this bike fully assembled, looking like something he bought at a store. If he wanted to do it, he did it well.
He was a great father, our son played rep hockey and baseball. Hockey was 5 days a week, between games and practices, sometimes 6 or 7 but Greg never missed a practice or a game. He would start his work day so early just so he could leave in time to be at the practice. There was so much they did together. The tournament weekends were some of the best times they had. The concerts they went to and just being together. He was always there for Lake, always proud of his accomplishments and guiding him through his struggles.
His role model was his grandfather (Pop). Al and Jane Hagley had such a huge influence on his life. He spent a lot of time with his gram and pop in his youth. He always aspired to be a good man like Pop. In the last few months of his life he spoke of them almost every time we were together. It brought tears to our eyes to hear the love and how much he missed them. If there is a heaven- they are together again.
Greg would help anyone get on their feet. He wouldn’t be taken advantage of, but he would extend a hand up and a push to get you headed in the right direction. He was a strong family man who I have the utmost respect and love for. It seems like not enough to say, he was a great dad, a great friend and great guy. I will miss him very much. He will live on in our hearts and in his son.
May you rest in peace.


Cheryl Dyer

Posted at 06:34pm
I am having a very difficult time knowing that I will never enjoy being with Greg again. A delight to be around, funny, smart and a smartass. Loved him so much and will miss him always! xoxoxoxo R.I.P. little Bro!

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