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Gregory M. Bozak

June 6, 1958 ~ December 4, 2019 (age 61)

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Dave & Jemmy West
January 14, 2020 9:57 PM
We bought property in the Long Lake in the mid 80's.  It is hard to recall all the times Greg came to our aid or the aid of our guests with his kind heart and gnerous spirit ever evident.  Over the years, I came to appreciate Greg's faith as the source of his demeanor.  He is a spirit that will be missed in his hometown and the world.  Rest in peace Greg.
Shawn allen
December 31, 2019 10:42 PM
Just heard about Greg's passing yesterday. So sorry for the families. Greg and I did business together for over 25 years. 
Chuck, Jean, and Chuckie Baker
December 9, 2019 6:36 PM
Our sincere sympathy to Joyce, Glen and the rest of Greg's family.  We have known him since we moved in next to them in Bowdy's Trailer Court in Waterford in 1963. He was a good kid and grew up to be a good man.
Sandi Morrison Burroughs
December 7, 2019 8:04 PM
I met Greg in 1976 when our family moved to Long Lake. He was one of my first friends... I remember hiking, playing cards, hanging out at the fire station, etc... with my sister Linda and Bob Lemieux. He had such a peace about him and I enjoyed his friendship. He was probably one of my first encounters with a faithful Christian... I knew he was different from most other kids my age that I encountered. I always looked forward to seeing him at the Wesleyan Church when I'd go back to Long Lake to visit my mom.  Brought me joy to receive that dimply smile of his. We especially had more interaction this past summer, as he was so kind to loan us his trailer for a while.  I treasure this time. It breaks my heart for him to leave this world so young, but I have comfort in knowing that I'll see him again in the world to come. 
Keith and Deb Austin
December 7, 2019 1:51 PM
Greg was one of the kindest men I have known. From the moment we came to Long Lake he was a loyal friend to my husband, Keith. But to me the tenderest expression of who he was came through as I saw him befriend my son Garrett. He was interested, encouraging and he showed my young one he mattered. His heart was for people, always helping. He quietly approached and most capable made a difference. I loved when he surprised us with visits grandchild in tow. Our town, the church, his family and friends will miss him. But to know that Greg a man who loved so well is surrounded by Perfect Love 💕 is to know peace and confidence in the Lord. Just as Greg did! I ask for the presence of the Lord to surround his family and comfort them.
Kevin Austin
December 8, 2019 3:53 AM
How grateful I am that God led the Bozaks to Long Lake. Greg's dad, Marty encouraged my dad to go to a men's bible study! Shortly thereafter dad gave his life to Jesus. My mom was a little slower to respond, but made the decision about 6 months later! My friendship with Greg was more from his side as he and a few other teen boys reached out to me and shared the love of God challenging me to follow my parents. However, for a couple years I held back. It wasn't until I was a freshmen in college that I have my life to God fully. Through the years following, my friendship with Greg totally changed and I came to know and love him as a brother in Christ. We got to serve side by side in Long Lake for a few years too. Those were blessed year for me. I spent loads of hours with Greg at "the Garage" tinkering on my cars and snowmobiles. He went on long trips with me to keep me company and simply was a great brother in Christ. The entire Bozak Family has had wonderful impact on my families life. I'm forever grateful to each of them for how they reached out to my parents, and to me... As my own children became teens a few of them followed my interests in cars and sure enough found a helping hand at "the Garage." Greg was there to not only work on their car, but in a subtle yet powerful way he tinkered on their lives too. "The Garage" was as much about fixing and adjusting people's understanding of who God is, as it was about fixing our cars. Their whole family felt that way... and Greg surely was a huge party of that. I'll miss you Greg, but everytime I tinker on one of my cars, or my children's cars, a smile on my face and the joy in my heart will remind me of you and more importantly of the Jesus I came to love in part due to your faith in Him.  Thank you Greg for living life to the fullest. 
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