Date of birth: 18-11-1949
Date of death: 27-11-2007
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Please feel free to share your memories of Greg. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Kuhn family during this time.

Please feel free to share your memories of Greg. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Kuhn family during this time.

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  • 3 years, 10 months
    created memory in Greg Kuhn

    Greg Kuhn saved my life and I did not know he had passed and do not know what happened. Please tell me. My email is Indigoginny@aol.com. I am in shock and am so very sad. He told me the first snow was a tradition he shared with his daughter and they exchanged gifts. I am in tears.
    Please inform me what happened to him?
    Thank you and my heart is with his family.

    This is a HUGE loss.

    Virginia S. Little, Ph.D.

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  • Anonymous
    6 years, 10 months
    created memory in Greg Kuhn
    created memory in Greg Kuhn

    What a great guy...I can't believe that he is gone. Even though I did not know a long period of time, it feels like I have lost a good friend.

    In the words of Greg, "everyday is a gift".

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  • 6 years, 10 months
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  • 6 years, 10 months
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    This touching song was played at the end of Greg's funeral as Renee and the girls stood by him one more time to say good bye.

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    6 years, 10 months

    Richard Derks:

    This is a great song. It must have been very moving at Greg's goodbye...

  • Anonymous
    6 years, 10 months
    created memory in Greg Kuhn
    created memory in Greg Kuhn

    I first met Greg when we had him over for dinner while Renee was off with Christina planning the wedding. He came to the door with a huge smile and a huge pumpkin that he had carved. It was filled with a gallon sized bottle of Crown Royal and a large bottle of wine! I said, "Oh my gosh, it's the refill size!" Andy had been telling me how generous he was and this surely demonstrated it! I know he was proud of his family and that he enjoyed his friends so much! He & Andy had some wonderful times as business partners and they shared truck rides and conversation to and from the business meetings they had. They also shared many, many emails back & forth and just started sharing office space together. It's hard to believe that he is not with us anymore since he was such a part of our everyday conversation and thoughts. He had also worked with my son, Dave through website and computer needs, and my daughter, Emily, is the virtual office assistant for Atwood+Kuhn, so he was especially important to our whole family. He will surely be missed, but his legacy remains behind and will go forward with his family, friends and the business relationships that he nurtured and cared for. My prayers are for his wife, Renee, and children, Kristina and Heather. May they be able to access Greg's great strength as they move forward in life without his earthly presence. Amen...

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  • Anonymous
    6 years, 10 months
    created memory in Greg Kuhn
    created memory in Greg Kuhn

    I've known Greg for four years, since my Dad, Andy Atwood, met him and introduced us. He was introduced to me as someone who has been successful at starting businesses all his life and was now looking to pursue consulting with my father. I thought, "Well...That's fantastic! What a great guy to meet!" It's been fun to watch my Dad and Greg build something out of nothing for the last few years. I had the unique opportunity of hearing about all the interesting and wonderful people they were meeting, networking with and helping. They were both, again, becoming successful at doing something they loved, and it was just really fun to watch.

    But...life deals in feathers and freight trains. I've come to understand that pretty well over the last 10 years. In 2002 my first son, Addison was born, 2006 my nephew, Van was born, and just in May of this year my son, Weston was born. I thank God for them all. Then, Greg is the eight soul to have passed from my life since my grandpa died in 1999. I plead to God every time that this will be the last, "Don't take any more!" It's not up to me though, and I'm left to trust in His purpose...and I do.

    Greg, I'll miss you. May you rest in Peace. Good-bye, friend.

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  • Anonymous
    6 years, 10 months
    created memory in Greg Kuhn

    Greg was one of those rare people who comes into your life and instantly enriches and inspires. An activator of life, a mentor full of integrity in business and family, a handshake that was
    unmistakeable. He will be missed every day.

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  • Anonymous
    6 years, 10 months
    created memory in Greg Kuhn

    I distinctly remember the day, ten months ago, when my husband, Jeff Muller, told me about a great business coach he was working with. From that day forward, Greg was a part of every thing in Jeff’s business and during this time, Greg made a remarkable impact in so many ways. From key decisions that Jeff needed to carefully evaluate, to a valued friendship that is hard to put into words.

    What a privilege and honor it was for me to meet Greg just a couple weeks ago. He was the type of person that instead of shaking his hand, I hugged him. That’s what I distinctly remember, giving him a huge hug and saying “thank you” for the insight and wisdom he provided to Jeff. It was then that Greg went on to share with me the joy he had in working with Jeff.

    To Renee and family, please know we are continually praying for you all.

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  • Anonymous
    6 years, 10 months
    created memory in Greg Kuhn
    created memory in Greg Kuhn

    For the last 4 years it has been my honor to be Greg's business partner, and friend. Today, I am in shock at the loss of someone so dear to me. Yet, I know that a vision far grander than either one of us captured us both and brought us together. That vision remains, as does my commitment to it. Greg, I love you yet like a brother. You will be missed. Unbelievable. You are supposed to be here with me, right now. But you aren't. Love you Greg! Your partner, Andy.

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  • 6 years, 10 months
    created memory in Greg Kuhn

    Greg helped me be a better person, not just a better businessperson, but a better friend, husband, father and coach too. I'll always cherish Greg's BIG ways or living life, experiencing life and sharing life. I guess that's what makes the void he leaves so much bigger. Yet, Greg continues to challenge me to continue to live to the fullest, to push myself and to be that example to others.

    Greg walked with me through some challenging times and he was the big brother that I never had. He was present, in the moment. The lessons that I learned from him will continue and I feel challenged to share his legacy with those I can mentor.

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