He prepared at Andover, where he served as dormitory proctor and was active on the track team and the Mirror. At Princeton Greg majored in biology, was active in freshman and lightweight crew, and ate at Charter, where he served as secretary and house committee chairman.
After Princeton Greg attended Johns Hopkins School of Medicine and Dartmouth Medical School. While at Dartmouth Greg met and married his wife of 47 years, Nancy. He began his career with the National Health Service Corps, serving on Vinalhaven Island, Maine, as the island’s only doctor for 20 years. In 1995 he moved his family to New York, where he served as director of public health for Herkimer County. At the time of his death, he was employed by TeamHealth and was a medical director for Cooperstown Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing.
Greg is survived by Nancy and their son, Matthew. To them, the class extends its profound sympathies.