Pat Gregg passed away on January 3rd 2022 at the age of 69.
Pat lived her life with grace and dignity. She was a strong, courageous straightforward lady who touched the hearts of everyone that she met. She has been a loving wife to Christopher Gregg for forty years, loving mother to her children and has been the family matriarch for many years.
She is survived and loved by her husband Chris, daughters Lisa [Jim], Lynda [Sean] her mother Jean, sister Jane Benson [Brad] and family, grandchildren Kyle [Amber], CJ [Evan], Devon, Cody, Xander and Darius, Great Grandchildren Sawyer and Rowan.
Pat was pre deceased by her father, Bert Ragis and the best dog ever Geordie.
In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Arthritis Society of Canada https://arthritis.ca/ or you can call
She was truly a lovely light in the world. Take care Chris, our thoughts are with you and your family
Thanks for the kind words Donna.
We had the good fortune to call Pat our friend for the last,10 years. She was some kind of amazing….a total warrior and a loyal friend. Lots of great times were had in our home which included Pat and Chris.
Many fun events at their place in Tudor.
Real sadness comes to mind when we think of not seeing our pal anymore ..
From Martin ….goodbye chicken
I so wish I had had the opportunity to meet this amazing lady in person. Thankfully the wonders of modern technology allowed me to talk to her and see her wonderful smile. Her courage was an inspiration. Love to all.
That was too bad. Wish I could bring her back.
I’ve been thinking about over the many years, Pat’s dry humor, especially as it relates to our shared hobby of radio control. On occasion, after a faux pas, Pat would not hold back with a snicker and a poignant comment at us little boys and our little toys :^D
It was always noteworthy to me how Pat carried herself and endured, choosing instead to engage and exercise humor at every turn despite the complications from arthritis that permeated.
Because of her fine character and our ongoing and great “candid interactions”, I always looked forward to seeing and talking with Pat. For me, its last summer; the three of us lazily sitting outside in the afternoon sun…gabbing :^)
Always here for you Chris 🙏
Great memories Simon.
I will miss the old boot I cant quite believe she is gone. A better friend could not be had no matter how long betweeb visits.
She always thought the world of you Heather, as do I (Ya old Boot)
Deepest sympathy on the loss of your dear Pat. My heart is saddened for you and your family, Pat’s children and grandchildren. May she soar with the angels. Safe Passage, Pat. Love, Tara O’Sullivan and Michael McKernan
Thanks for the kind words Tara
Our heartfelt condolences for your loss. We didn’t get to know Pat really well, but did get to like her, which didn’t take long! Stay strong.
On behalf of the staff and volunteers of the Arthritis Society, we were very sorry to hear of Pat’s passing and we send our deepest condolences to her family and friends during these difficult days. Our hearts and prayers are with you. We express our gratitude to be named as a recipient of gifts in Pat’s memory to help carry on her legacy and support Canadians living with arthritis.
Trish Barbato, President & CEO of the Arthritis Society
Thankyou for the kind words Trish.
I am so sorry to hear the news. Anything I can do to help, I will. I didn’t realize she was so sick?? I hope you can be strong through this, keep yourself busy and hang out with friends and strange musician friends:). Hopefully I’m in there somewhere! My prayers and thoughts are with you and your family.. God bless.
I wrote a song in Pat’s Memory and added video. It’s called “Mourning Song.” https://youtu.be/JLZTBOeIZe8 Please feel free to share.
I wrote a song in Pat’s Memory and added video. It’s called “Mourning Song.”Please feel free to share.