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Hi All,

We have a Short Notice mission on February 28, 2011 (Monday).

US ARMY Spec 4  Gregory James Paige , Vietnam War Veteran , passed away in
his home town of  Tyler,TX.

He was born October 1946 in Syracuse,NY. He graduated from Blodgett
Vocational High School in Syracuse, NY  class of  '64.
He was employed with Carrier Air Conditioning for 40 years  and then
transferring to Tyler,TX in 1981.He was a member of the Knights of Columbus,

Pilot Club of Tyler and sang with the Tyler Civic Chorale.

We will be standing a flag line at Church Services only.

Staging will be at 10:20 AM.

A Memorial Mass starts at 11:00 AM.

St Lucy's Church
432 Gifford St
Syracuse , NY

MAP.

Pat and I will be checking out the parking in the area.

Keep an eye out for Updates.

A memorial mass for Gregory James Paige, 64, of Tyler, TX, will be
held Monday, February 28, 2011.

11:00 AM at St. Lucy’s Church, Syracuse, NY, with Rev. James Matthews
officiating.

Mr. Paige passed away February 17, 2011 at Hospice of East Texas.

He was born October 1, 1946 in Syracuse, NY to Robert Eugene and
Katherine Banach Paige.

A member of the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception in Tyler,TX,
for 30 years, Greg served his faith community as a choir member and cantor
soloist.

Greg is a Vietnam Veteran, a member of the Knights of Columbus, a
member of the Pilot Club of Tyler, and often sang with the Tyler Civic
Chorale.

He graduated from Blodgett Vocational High School in Syracuse, NY,
class of 1964.

He was employed with Carrier Air Conditioning for 40 years, beginning
in Syracuse in 1964, and transferring to Tyler in 1981.

Gregory was preceded in death by his father.

He is survived by his loving family including his wife of 44 years,
Teresa Bronzetti Paige of Tyler; mother, Katherine Banach Paige of Syracuse,
NY;

son, Michael Gregory Paige of Tyler; brothers, Robert Paige (Urai),
Lawrence Paige (Fran), Thomas Paige (Maureen), Timothy Paige (Mary) and Paul
Paige;

sisters, Kathleen Morezak (Dana), Marilyn Downs (Edmund), Christine
Marshall (John) and Ann Trejo (Hector);

aunt, Ceil Racht; Godfather, Gregory Barbieri, and Goddaughter, Katie ,
along with numerous nieces and nephews.


Memorials may be made to St. Lucy’s Church, 432 Gifford Street,
Syracuse, NY, 13204, American Cancer Society, or charity of your choice.

Any questions :
Contact either

Pat Christensen
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Scott Smoke
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Thanks For All That You Do,
Scott Smoke
Ride Capt
Region 3

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