Family members and close friends are remembering Greg Cherin and sharing this with his group:
Gregory Arnoldo Cherin was born in Renton on November 7, 1958. He died on June 6, 2021, right after dealing with extended-term wellbeing problems. He remaining us out of the blue and we are heartbroken. He is survived by his spouse Janice, sons Andrew (Vanessa), grandchildren Kaylee and Caleb, Derek and Tyler. His sister Lela/DeeDee (Randy) Excellent. 50 percent-brother Bob Cherin. In addition, there are so several more shut family members and friends that will cherish his loving memory.
Greg was a lifelong resident of West Seattle. He was the son of Eugene (Gene) and Marilyn (Jeannie) Cherin, attended Highland Park Elementary, Denny Middle School, and Main Sealth High College. He graduated with a Small business diploma from the University of Washington in 1983.
He married Janice on September 11, 1982. Jointly they elevated a few superb and caring guys, Andrew, Derek, and Tyler. Their lives have been all enriched possessing been raised in a loving family members. Greg labored for Boeing at the Plant 1, Plant 2, Renton, and also in Palmdale, California for 18 months and at the Tukwila plant. He was a purchaser/consumer and enjoyed the several friendships from that time.
Greg had a enthusiasm for baseball and basketball and relayed that passion to all a few sons. Their participation in West Seattle sports fueled many game titles which he served mentor or was the head coach. By way of these a lot of activities he produced many lifelong friendships. He would typically run into so lots of men and women on a trip to the keep that you would believe would consider 30 minutes but previous considerably extended (Janice claims).
Greg also enjoyed fishing. He shared several fishing visits in Puget Seem with his cousin David and sons Andrew, Derek, and Tyler. He particularly liked fishing out by Blake Island for ling cod.
Interactions ended up vital to him, and he would do anything at all he could to enable other people. He liked family the most and was often checking in on spouse and children. He went to all household capabilities – or as lots of as he could – that lesson he leaves with us will always be critical.
We normally discovered approaches to journey inside the US, frequently thanks to a son’s baseball match – the recollections from all of these trips are extremely distinctive. Most a short while ago we learned Hawaii via Andrew and Vanessa. Greg beloved Maui because of the magnificence, ability to swim in the pools and the ocean, and just loosen up with family. We ended up ready to go two times in the previous 4 a long time! He and Janice also loved Leavenworth and appreciated spending time with spouse and children and utilizing it as a assembly spot with other spouse and children associates.
In 2017 the most amazing celebration occurred to Greg and Janice – they turned grandparents to Kaylee, and Caleb in 2019. Becoming a grandfather or ‘Papa’ changed him in numerous strategies – he melted with them equally and would do something for them. He took Kaylee on journeys to see the snow in Snoqualmie Go and to the Nike outlet in North Bend – of class for the great bargains. Kaylee is inquisitive and pleasurable she liked her Papa and of program her Mimi and Uncles. Caleb is an energetic, exciting-loving small boy, and seeing each of their superb personalities create has been entertaining to watch. We have had the great satisfaction of living close to this very little spouse and children and observing them often. They will tremendously miss their Papa.
We are so grateful for the a lot of of you who have now attained out and truly feel so quite blessed and honored by your tales and thoughts. We are planning a memorial assistance to be held this summer. With COVID limits ideally lessening, we are searching at possibilities and will enable you know before long.
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