In Memory

Greg Norcup - Class Of 1972

Greg Norcup

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11/07/15 07:20 AM #1    

Tina Moirao (1974)

Greg was one of the sweetest, most fun guys I was blessed to call my friend. His love of life and ever present smile made him a joy to be around.
His death was such a loss to so many. I can only imagine the antics he's up to in heaven.
Greg, you are loved and missed.

07/11/17 07:44 PM #2    

Nancy Squier (Sukle) (1972)

So sad to read about Greg's passing. He was such a sweet guy. I remember when he, Joey Romerio (my senior prom date) & I went to Santa Cruz the morning following our Senior prom. Had a great time on both events...thank you Greg for the memories even if you can only read this in spirit.  

07/12/17 08:33 AM #3    

Stuart Wenkheimer (1972)

Both the Norcup men gone - how sad! I knew about Jeff, but not Greg. I remember the Corgi they had - cute little dog, with legs that barely touched the ground. wink‚Äč Both Jeff and Greg were very likable, with persistent smiles. Wiry, strong, wrestlers too.

Greg got the honor of pulling the highly decorated "float" (flatbed trailer), carrying the pep band, cheerleaders etc., during our parade to San Leandro High School (1972) for the homecoming game. His truck was a green Datsun (Nissan now), hence the nod.

If memory serves, we won that game, and Danny Hurst ('72 - deceased) in the Viking mascot head stepped out of a rented helicopter on the 50-yard line at halftime. Oh, and the headline in the morning paper (Morning News?) predicting our win. We won two games that day, one football, the other - one-up-man-ship. It was a great day! Rest in peace guys. You are remembered fondly, and will be missed!



07/13/17 10:59 AM #4    

John McCarthy (1972)

It hurts to see all of these guys and gals that have passed away from our class of 72! Makes me appreciate every day that I wake up! Am so blessed to have gone to school with these folks! Thankful and blessed for everything I have in life! RIP Greg and all of you folks up in heaven!

07/14/17 07:39 AM #5    

Stuart Wenkheimer (1972)

Agreed John. We were, and are, very fortunate.

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