In Loving Memory of Paul Leonard Crego
Paul Leonard Crego, father, grandfather, brother, uncle, nephew and true friend, passed away on March 9th, 2019, at Peterborough Regional Health Centre. with his family by his side, at the age of 63.
Paul will be forever remembered by his family and friends. Beloved friend of Leigh Ann Parsons of Fenelon Falls, proud father of his three children, Sarah Crego (Brandon MacDonald) of Peterborough, Allison Millman(Brian) of Fraserville, son Shelby Crego of Hamilton and proudest grandfather of Hayden Crego and Trinity Hardwick. Predeceased by his parents Gerald and Verna Crego and by his brother David Crego. Leaving behind brothers Tony Crego(Kathy), Gerald Crego(Andrea) and sisters Cindy Crego, Lynn Allen(Randy Jones), Donna Kirley(Chris), Ruth Crego and sister-in-law Nancy Crego. Loving Uncle to Adam, John, Derek, Jamie, Michelle, Jennifer, Ryan, Alicia, Laura, Jason(predeceased), Emily, Kristi, Kacey, Jodi, Julie, Michael and Brett. Dear nephew of Laverne and Ruby Greer, Grace Pierce, Max and Linda Greer, Leonard and Valerie Greer, Richard and Sandra Crego, Crystal and Ray Sedgwick.
Friends are invited to gather with the family for a Celebration of Paul’s Life at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch #441Kinmount (upstairs) on Sunday, April 14th, 2019 beginning at 11:00 am. Cremation has taken place.
If you have stories or pictures to be shared, please e-mail email@example.com or call (705)488-2002 or just bring them along on the 14th to reminisce and celebrate a life well lived.
We often lay awake at night when the world is fast asleep,
And take a walk down memory lane with tears upon our cheeks.
The years we had with you are worth their weight in gold,
The joy and laughter that you gave are ours to forever hold.
Remembering you is easy, we do it every day,
But missing you is a heartache that never goes away.
We hold you close within our hearts and there you will remain,
To walk us throughout our life until we meet again.
You will be the rain that washes away our fears,
The wind that dries our many tears,
The sun that warms us with thoughts of you
And the snowflakes promising we will see you again.