Greg died unexpectedly Jan. 12, 2017, in Englewood, N.J. He was 66 years old.
Greg came to Princeton from Fort Lee High School in Englewood. His easygoing personality masked his competitiveness: He was a wide receiver on the football team.
Greg graduated from the University of Cincinnati College of Medicine in 1976. He established a pulmonary medicine practice in Englewood in 1982 and was certified in pulmonary, internal medicine and critical care.
He was committed to lifelong learning and healing serving as a diplomat for the American Board of Sleep Medicine, president of the medical staff and chairman of the board of governors of Palisades General Hospital, and director for Sleep/Wake Center at Palisades/Hackensack UMC. He volunteered services with Nova Hope for Haiti, which supports clinics there. He was much loved by his patents, their families, and his cohorts.
Greg loved gardening, golf, walks in the woods, spending time with his family and travel. Greg is survived by his wife, Robin; his daughters, Carrie and Erin; sons-in-law Anderson and Kelvin; six grandchildren; his brother, Kevin; and sisters Susan and Stacy.
The class extends condolences to the family.