Gregory Mayer

gregory mayer
Gregory George Mayer, 72, of Fargo, ND, passed away on December 3, 2021, at Essentia Health Fargo and had been staying at the VA Medical Center prior. Greg was born on December 10, 1948, to Wallace and Gerene (Aldous) Mayer in Alexandria, MN. After graduating from Jamestown High School in 1967, he enlisted in the US Navy during the Vietnam War, serving on the USS Ticonderoga. Greg attended North Dakota State University and graduated with a B.S. Interior Design degree. He owned two construction companies, Greg Mayer Construction and Personal Space in Fargo, ND, as well as being a landlord. He enjoyed many adventures camping in the Boundary Waters with his dog and the canoe he built. Travels also took him to Russia and Mexico. He loved creating in his wood shop and cooking. His Christian faith was very important to him, and he enjoyed his Bible study groups. Greg was predeceased by his father Wallace. He is survived by his loving mother Gerene, brother Larry (Mary) Mayer, sisters Tam (Dennis) Wagner and Cindy (Warren) Bettenhausen and nieces, nephews, Great nieces, and great nephews.

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  1. Greg you are my cousin that I haven’t seen in many many years. You are now at peace. You have gone though the golden gates and are now with uncle Glen , Aunt Arlys and your Dad. R.I.P. your Cousin Susan.

  2. I am sorry I was not able to help you ease your pain. Your being in lockdown precluded our time together this year. No more pain now. I pray you find peace. We were friends for many years.

  3. I had the pleasure working with Greg and I’m saddened to hear about his passing! He was a great man and will be missed by many! My deepest condolences!

  4. My condolences to friends and
    family of Greg. I was sorry to hear of his passing. He was one of our bunch that gathered at McDonald’s on Main in Fargo until it closed and was torn down.

  5. We would see Greg in church at Gethsemane. It was sad when we heard he had moved & he was no longer there. Nice man.

  6. So sorry to hear about Greg. He helped me with many different things and took me in as his “Son”. He was also the Godfather to my Daughter, Ericka. Thoughts and prayers will be with all of you.

  7. I was 6 or 7 years old when I knew Greg. I am sorry to hear of his passing. I carry fond memories of Greg; a trip to Itasca, his dog Dottie(sp?), and being in his wood shop. Condolences to friends and family.

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