In Memory


Gren Fleming

Gren Holden Fleming, 67, of Roswell, Georgia passed away on March 9th, 2010 after a long, hard fought battle with heart failure. He was born in Steubenville, Ohio to the late Joseph Edward Fleming and Virginia Snyder Fleming on August 22nd, 1942. Gren was a graduate of Norwich University, a military college in Northfield, Vermont, where he played on both the football team and the ice hockey team. Upon graduating from Norwich University, Gren served as a Captain in the United States Army for three years, which included a tour in Vietnam. His first post-college military assignment was at Fort Knox in Kentucky where he met his future beloved wife, Diane Bradley in 1967. 
Gren owned an insurance brokerage firm in Atlanta for over thirty years. He enjoyed fishing, hunting, playing golf, playing cards and spending time with his five grandchildren. He is survived by his wife of 42 years, Diane Fleming, his son, Patrick Drew Fleming and wife Kara of Alpharetta, Georgia, his daughter, Dana Fleming Ross and husband Butch of Atlanta, Georgia and five grandchildren, Kelsey Fleming, Charlie Fleming, Lillie Fleming, Allie Ross and Holden Ross. He is also survived by two sisters, Tanya Keller of Sonoma, California and Cheryl Luchene of Roswell, Georgia. 
A private graveside service will be held for the family. A Memorial Mass will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Monday, March 15th at St. Brigid Catholic Church, Johns Creek, Georgia. A reception will follow. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to St. Joseph’s Mercy Foundation to be contributed to/earmarked for the Heart Failure Clinic in honor of Gren H. Fleming, 5673 Peachtree Dunwoody Road, N.E., Atlanta, Georgia 30342. Funeral arrangements to be made by Roswell Funeral Home.

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03/15/10 01:46 PM #1    

Martin Hadelman

I just attended the Memorial Service for Gren today -- He should be very proud of the family he has left behind to keep his memories moving forward. He has a beautiful family.

His Sister Cheryl lives in the Atlanta Area as well -- attended Hamden High School and gradulated one year later.

Martin Hadelman

03/18/10 03:42 PM #2    

Kathryn Fiore (Bozzi)

I want to extend my sympathy to Gren's family.
We could always count on Gren to attend our class reunions and we will miss him this year. It was nice to read that Marty Hadelman attended his funeral service. Rest in peace, classmate.

Kathy Fiore Bozzi

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