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Gregory "Greg" Allen Thorpe

1948 - 2021

Kerrville, TX


Greg Thorpe of Sarasota, FL passed away peacefully March 27th in Kerrville, TX. Greg was born August 1st, 1948 to Dale and Wilma (Gregson) Thorpe in Rockford, IL. He attended Harlem High School. He retired from Illinois Department of Transportation in 2003.

Greg is predeceased by his loving wife Judy, his parents, daughter Andrea Thorpe, and brother Daryl Thorpe.

Greg is survived by his daughter Laura (Sean) Rafferty of Kerrville, TX and son Alan (Nicoleen) Thorpe of Steelville, MO; grandchildren Heather (Travis) Sharp, Jaso (Amanda Cline) Smith, Matt (Kristin Spivey) Thorpe, Cassandra (Joey) Ovalle, Travis (Kelsey Obert) Rafferty, Olivia Thorpe; numerous great grandchildren; brother Ron (Cindy) Thorpe of CA and sister-in-law Marilyn Thorpe of AZ. He was also loved by several stepchildren, a niece, and nephews.

Private family service will be held. Please direct memorials to Peterson Hospice in Kerrville, TX for their loving care.

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Valeri DeCastris and David Beccue

April 10, 2021 10:39 PM

I knew Greg because he was best friends with my cousin Morrey Capicotte who lived on John Street in Loves Park, Illinois and he was often over at Morrey's house. He was always a gentleman to me and so nice. I remember the deer antler pipes he so artfully designed and produced. Many, many years later, when I returned to Rockford to live after a long absence, he and my husband had occasion to interact since my husband worked at a state park and Greg would have business there. That was quite the coincidence and blast from our pasts. I knew that he had moved to Florida and was sick but didn't know he went to Texas. Greg was just a quiet, fun, nice man and we have very fond memories of him. May he rest in peace. Condolences to his family and peace to you all at this sad time.

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