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Gregory Hampy

Gregory Joseph Hampy

Saturday, October 9th, 1954 - Saturday, July 25th, 2020
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CONCORD- Gregory Joseph Hampy, 65, originally of Erie, PA, passed away peacefully at home with family in Concord, NC due to complications from congestive heart failure on Saturday, July 25, 2020.

Greg is survived by his wife of 29 years, Carol, daughters Kelly Hampy Wood of Erie, PA, Heather Hampy and Alexis Hampy, both of Concord, NC, son-in-law Bart Wood of Erie, PA, grandchildren Bryce and Bella Wood of Erie, PA, brother Tony (Joyce) Hampy of Erie, PA, as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Greg was preceded in death by parents Conchetta (Falbo) Hampy and Joseph Hampy, brothers David Hampy, Richard Hampy, and Joseph Hampy, all of Erie, PA, nephews David Hampy, Erie, PA and Gary Hampy of Charlotte, NC, and niece Lauri Frick, Erie, PA. Greg was a loving and devoted husband, father and grandfather and he will be greatly missed.

Greg loved football, playing for the Fighting Scots at Edinboro University of Pennsylvania while obtaining his Bachelor’s degree. He owned and successfully operated his own insurance and investment firm for the past 40 years, working right up to the time of his death. Greg was dedicated to family and especially active in his children’s and grandchildren’s lives. He coached girls’ soccer and basketball when his daughters were growing up and loved to watch his grandson play football at his alma mater, McDowell High School. Greg had a larger than life personality and loved to make people laugh, which he did often. He truly valued friendships and enjoyed staying connected throughout his life.

A memorial mass will be held in his honor at Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church, 2401 W 38th Street in Erie, PA on Tuesday, August 4th at 4:00 pm. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to support your local youth sports program.
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Mark

Posted at 09:31am
May God watch over Greg and his family. I had the honor to play football with him at McDowell High School

Adam Esper

Posted at 02:24pm
Im very sorry Kelly. And to your sisters and Carole as well as your mom my deepest condolences. Greg was a great guy. If I was with Kelly when he called he always asked her how I was doing am I doing all right because he was genuinely concerned for my health. Such a wonderful and caring man who always thinks about other peoples problems and pain before his own So he was also one of the most unselfish men I’ve ever known. He was still asking how I was doing Till the end. He was loved by everyone who were lucky enough to have known him. He will be missed very much but he will also be loved forever by everyone that knew him. Including myself. You are loved very much Greg and I’ll miss our chats n emails. You and my mom can rest now and really keep an eye on us kids. And I just know that he’s up there with my mom and shes showing him around heaven. I’m sure they’ve become fast friends. I’m so sorry I know what you’re going through and there’s nothing else to say but I love you all and I’m not gonna say things get better but they ease up a little every so often. Grieve in your own ways and I’ll be praying for you all, yes you too Greg And you can pray for us. We need every prayer we can get. You were one in a billion I miss you but I know you’ll be keeping an eye on Kelly and me. Because trust me my mothers been doing that for the past three months. So you two look out for each other Up there. The world lost a great man when god took you to his home You knew that. And would you say hi to my mother and give her a hug for me and her hug back will be from Kelly. I love you all I am just so sorry for your loss and I wasn’t leaving you out Bart. I know you were very close w him. Bella and Bryce. My heart breaks for you two. Try to remember all the good times you had together And he loved you kids more than anything in this world Trust me.
TM

Tami McClimans

Posted at 01:42pm
Carol, Kelly, Heather & Lexi
I am deeply saddened by Greg's passing. My Cousin Greg was the best, As a child growing up we were always over at my to my Aunt Connie's , Playing with Joe & Greg, By then Tony, David & Dicky were married, I have so many great memories, he will be missed by everyone who loved him, Keep the peace up there Cuz, Love you! Tami
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