Visitation at Funeral Home
My heartfelt prayers and condolences to Carolyn, Connor, Ryan and the entire family.
Greg was a friend and colleague for many years, starting with our working together on the Lucent Softswitch and continuing to a number of great collaborations at Comcast years later.
Greg was my original mentor in the world of Salt Water Flyfishing. He met me over at the old "Fly Hatch" store in Red Bank, where I bought my first rod and reel outfit. We had many lunchtime chats and he also introduced me to beach driving with an early morning run to Island Beach State Park, with a quick stop at Betty and Nicks.
Greg was always looking for opportunities to build a team, whether it be quick lunch outings or sometimes something a bit more "out in left field". I mean that literally, as he brought another colleague, Randy, and I out for a "team building exercise" at Shea Stadium!
There is much more that could be written. Greg had a great sense of humor, and a bigger than life presence that always made a positive impact on those around him.
He is and will be missed. I'm so sorry I didn't find out about this sooner, however I hope prayers and these words can provide some comfort to those who read them.
My deepest condolences to the family of Greg Peterson.
I've worked with Greg for the last several years and loved his big smile and the energy that he brought into a room. The way he encouraged his team to innovate and think outside the box was inspiring. He will be greatly missed.
My heartfelt condolences to the Peterson's Family. I got opportunity to work under Mr.Peterson, who use to always speak encouraging words for the people around him. May Lord comfort and give His strength to the family. Our prayers are with Peterson's family.
My deepest condolences to the Peterson family. You are in our prayers. I had the privilege to have worked with Greg in Holmdel. He was a dedicated, caring and a pleasure to know and work with.
I am so sorry to hear of Mr. Peterson's passing. I was a neighbor of his when my family moved to New Jersey in 1997. He amd his wife were there for me when my father became I'll. He helped in every way he could. My thoughts and prayers are with your wife, children, your family, colleagues and friends.
“Together we start, we may pull apart, but brothers in the end.”
Brother, I am unspeakably sad to see this day but am thankful that you are no longer suffering. Your strength through this terrible disease has been nothing short of heroic and admirable. The fact that you maintained such a positive and inspirational attitude was remarkable. My thoughts and prayers are with Carolyn and the boys. I am am forever grateful for the moments we had. I have cherished them and always will. Rest In Peace.
Carolyn, Connor and Ryan - Our heart breaks for your loss - the loss of such a great guy - husband and dad.
Greg was one of the strongest people we have ever met. Not only did he fight and fight for so long but he never complained and would also say - there were people who have it worse. I would walk away sometimes and think to myself - "wow - he is incredibly strong. How does he continue to stay so positive?" His strong positive attitude allowed him to stay a step ahead of his illness for many years - and when it started to catch up, he would go a little faster and be more positive. He was amazing! We are sure the three of you were the source of his reason to fight the good fight for as long as he did! He loved you all and will forever be looking down and providing you the strength to go forward and make him proud!
Greg - We will miss you very much! Miss the conversations, stories, smiles and laughs as we discussed many aspects of life!
Rest in peace my Friend.
Patti & Jim
Anyone that knew Greg was blessed! He brought warmth and joy to any room! I always thought of Greg as the extra man! He would always do that little “extra” that made a day extra special! Carolyn, Connor and Ryan you have been so lucky to have him!
Carolyn and boys, you are deeply in my thoughts and prayers. Such a heartbreaking loss for a beautiful family. Let your loving memories keep you strong during this difficult times.
It brings me to tears and breaks my heart to have to say goodbye to Greg. For those of us who worked closely with him, i can truly say that Greg created a family around him and each of us are a member of that family. We all consider Carolyn and the boys part of that family too. Everyone who met Greg was instantly a good friend to him. He had that way about him. We often refer to him as "the Mayor". I will miss his mental strength and drive. He was a "Fearless Leader". I will miss him saying "ok Boss" to me (i worked for him). I will most of all miss the trust he put in me. GREG IS AND WILL BE MISSED. I pray to God for strength and healing for Carolyn, Ryan and Connor. Farewell, until we meet again my good friend!
Keeping you in our thoughts and prayers.
Rest in peace my friend.
Keeping you in our thoughts and prayers. Greg was such a kind and considerate person. Full of fun and very thoughtful. We will miss him greatly. He often shared stories and pride of the boys and Carolyn he was so dedicated to his family and so proud of his team and how they worked. We are all lucky to have known him.
I am so sorry to see you go "Mr. Peterson".
You are in my Holmdel memories forever.
Until we meet again Greg.
Rest in peace my friend.
May God help and give your family strength to get them through.
May the good lord bless you old friend and provide you and your family fair winds and following seas in all the days to come.
I'm so sorry for your loss. I worked with Greg in Holmdel and I will always remember his big heart and personality.
Your Ardena Family is very sorry for your loss.
Carolyn, Connor and Ryan-I am so sorry for your loss. Greg, was a great husband, father, and friend. I am honored and blessed to have known Greg. He was truly a blessing in my life and I will miss him. My condolences.
Greg was a very kind person, who would give you the shirt off his back if it would help you.
He had the biggest heart in the world-he founded "Strikes Against Sarcoma," a nonprofit to help other sarcoma survivors by offsetting some of their expense burdens due to sarcoma.
Greg was generous-Greg, Nick, Joe and I would get together and play a round of golf at different public courses. It was a "hit or miss", depending on our schedules. Greg joined a golf club so that we could all be together and play golf.
He had a smile that was infectious! It did not matter if you were upset, or mad, or sad. As soon as you see Greg and his smile, you would forget why you were upset, mad, or sad. You soon found yourself smiling back!
A good soul gone too soon! I had the pleasure of collaborating with Greg as his HR Business Partner at Comcast. He (a gentlemen) will truly be missed. Rest in Heaven my friend. Condolences to the family.
Oh, I am heartbroken for you all, Carolyn and Connor and Ryan...what a special man, Greg...you're all in my prayers. He was certainly a man of strength...God Bless