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Gregory Lee Braun passed away December 27, 2018 at 4:13 am. He was survived by his three adoring daughters, Natalie, Megan, and Olivia. As well as his four cherished grandchildren, Gabriel, Abigail, Isabelle, and Maddox
Gregory Lee Braun was son to Betty Lucille Fullerton and John “Jack” Norman Fullerton, He was a loving son, amazing dad and an extraordinary Papa.
He will always be remembered, loved and his legacy will live on. Truly there are not enough words to tell or describe the greatness of our father. Through the trials and tribulations in life he was unquestionable determined, resilient, unfaltering, and loving just to start. A one of a kind story teller, just as good a listener. Dad had many friends and family to boast. Our father was a very accomplished man in every aspect of his life. He will be beyond sorely missed but never forgotten, he left an imprint on everyone he knew.
Dad was an extremely selfless, compassionate, understanding man, always wanting to help others and asking for nothing in return. Always there to talk, with no judgement, full of guiding advice as well as stories, memories, experience that, with a full pot of coffee to share, could go for hours but were always great conversations and in good company. Dad enjoyed his poker, westerns coffee and car shows. A very independent man even with limitations he never gave up and did his very best all the way through. Always looking out, always knowing what to say, and when to say it. That true unconditional love could feel from him.
If ever a question, if ever a problem, Dad had the answers, or he would get them. To make sure everything was okay again. He was so selfless and caring, not just in words but also actions, which is how he lived his life. Never backing down, rising to every challenge and persevering. So much respect and honor. There truly are not enough words to encompass our father’s character, being and soul. Gone too young, too soon, he will dearly be missed by his family, friends and colleagues.
A Family Service will be held at a later date.