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Adam Robert Gregory

Monday, October 21, 2019 @ 06:10 AM

Posted by Aly Delp

GREGORYadamOn October 15, 2019, Adam Robert Gregory lost his courageous battle with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome Type IV.

He was surrounded at home by his wife, Hope, and daughter, Adalee, per his wishes. 

Adam was born on September 25, 1988, to Fred and Faith Gregory in Greenville, PA.
Throughout his schooling, Adam attended Lakeview, Rocky Grove, and Lower Dauphin class of 2007. He continued his education at Fortis Institute achieving an Associate Degree in Construction Management in 2015.

After patiently waiting for the right one, Adam married the love of his life Hope on October 25, 2014. He was particularly proud that Hope was the LPN to his CNA when they met. 

He primarily worked carpentry throughout his life, but his final employment was with the USPS of Sandy Lake. He enjoyed his job as a rural carrier, making many friends in the post office and along his routes. 

That was the thing about Adam, he was always making friends. He had an amazing, infectious personality. He was always committed to getting everyone to laugh.
When Adam wasn’t working, he loved cruising in his Shelby Mustang. He was always up to go plinking with anyone interested. He could talk your ear off about guns, hunting, fishing…he had a stories for days about anything and everything.
Adam always lived life to the fullest with no regrets. In the end, his only regret was not having a strong enough body to continue the life he started with his little family. 

In addition to his little family, surviving are his dad Fred Gregory (Michele) of Polk, brother Brad Blair (Vicki) of Punxsutawney, and sister Heidi Hodges (Dennis) of Erie. He is also survived by his in laws, seven extra sisters, and numerous nieces and nephews.
He was preceded in death by his mom Faith, childhood friend, Kyle Bly, maternal and paternal grandparents, and numerous aunts and uncles.
Adam had a living funeral to witness the celebration of his life.

He was truly humbled by the response in attendance to the many fundraisers and monetary donations in support of his decision to remain home on hospice.

Adam’s father would like to hold a memorial service at a future date, which he will announce through the Area Shopper to reach the volume of people Adam has touched throughout his life. 

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