FRARY Gregory Scott
“Cowboy” of Holly, passed away September 23, 2018 at 57 years of age. Born in Sante Fe, New Mexico on October 25, 1960 the son of Ladd and Alice Frary; beloved husband and best friend of Lisa for 32 years; loving father of Jeff Frary; dear brother of Mike (Shelly) Frary and Doug (Anne) Frary. He is also survived by several nieces, nephews and extended family. Greg grew up in Colorado and Wyoming and considered Wyoming as his “true” home. He graduated from the University of Wyoming with a BS in Mechanical Engineering. Greg worked in Utah for many years in the aerospace and automotive industry as a Facilities Engineer, retiring from Autoliv to become a stay at home dad and volunteer firefighter. He enjoyed volunteering time in the classroom and helping with field trips. Greg was an avid outdoorsman who enjoyed sharing his passion for hunting, fishing, camping, boating, snowmobiling, skiing and ATV riding with his wife and son. Spending time with family and friends near Pinedale Wyoming was very important to Greg. He will always be known for his willingness to offer a helping hand.
Saturday, October 6, 2018 from 1:00 p.m. until time of service.
Saturday, October 6, 2018, 3:00 p.m. at COATS FUNERAL HOME – CLARKSTON (8909 Dixie Hwy., Clarkston)
There will be a Funeral Luncheon shortly after the service at Deer Lake Athletic Club (6167 White Lake Rd., Clarkston).
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Wildland Firefighter Foundation. The Wildland Firefighter Foundation has meaning to the family as Greg’s father, brother and nephew were and are involved in the business.
Ralph and Bethann Nelson
We are so sorry for your loss. We are from the campground at LBMC and we always enjoyed talking to Greg. He will be missed. Our sincere condolences to the family.
Greg was one of two of my best friends in college. So many memories, not only of our times together, but also time with his mom and dad, who took me in like another son. They say that God sometimes takes the best ones because he needs more help on bigger things than life. He certainly took one of the best ones in my life! May he rest in peace, and may his family find comfort in his now greater mission.
Greg and I pulled a few all nighters our freshmen year studying for statics tests. After about the 4th one of those, our grades got worse. We joked that going into the tests we had symptoms that resembled dementia. I took him home to Meeteetse one time and he entertained my family. He was a hoot. Although the years split us up, I have always called him a dear friend. My faith says I'm but one breath away from seeing you again...
Dear Lisa, on behalf of the entire AQW Team, we send our condolences to you and your family.
J. David Chase
Greg was one of the first guys that I met when I moved from Southern California to Laramie my senior year of high school. Although I took a lot of teasing from him (it must have been the California , he
J. David Chase
Greg was one of the first students that I met when I moved from Southern California to Laramie my senior year of high school. Although he teased be a lot since I knew nothing of the Wyoming ways, he made sure that I felt welcomed. I did not keep in contact with Greg too much after we graduated from college; however, I always considered him a friend. I was glad that Greg Hill and me had an opportunity to talk to Greg a couple of months ago. You will be missed, my friend. May you rest in peace.
I worked with Greg for many years at Thiokol, Morton International, he was always the go to guy. Always knew the right answers. Everyone loved Greg he was fun loving and got along with everyone and anyone. Greg loved the out doors we spent may elk and deer hunts together. I have so many found memories of Greg. I know that I will some day see him again and we'll talk about old times. I love that guy. My thoughts and prayers are with you and Jeff Lisa.
The IBC team is saddened to hear of your loss. We are thinking of you in these difficult times and if you or your family need anything, please let us know. Our thoughts and prayers are with you.
Joanne Ferguson Cavanaugh
Lisa: I was very sad to hear about the death of Greg. I only met him a few times at the Brewster UCC when you were home in your early days of marriage but he seemed like a good guy. Blessings to you and your son and the rest of the family. Joanne