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Philadelphia, PA 19150
Gregory David Bush, was born to Gregory E. Bush and Brenda Sadie on December 19, 1984 in Philadelphia, PA
Gregory was the second of three children preceded in death by his devoted father, his first love, his sister Morrell Bush, whom he referred to as "Baby Girl" and his eldest brother Rydell Norwood, Sr
He is survived by his mother, Brenda; stepfather, Daniel; his niece, Ashley Brooks; nephew, Rydell Norwood Jr; aunts, Constance Everett, Lenora Bush, Elizabeth Bush, Joan E. Norfleet -Hendricks, and Gwendolyn Nutter; uncles ,Willie James Bush and Freddie Lee "Sonny" Bush, and a host of cousins and family members, all who loved him dearly.
Gregory began his education in the Philadelphia School District. After the passing of his "hero" , his father, Gregory Bush, his stepfather, Daniel and his mother decided his saddened heart needed teaching with a blanket of love, so they homeschooled him for a year. This proved beneficial as he was able to use this opportunity to develop himself as a Literary. Anyone who new Greg appreciated his ability to explain and debate history, philosophy, great authors and his favorite childhood book, the Bible.
Later, Greg attended Abington High School, graduating in 2003,followed by his attendance at Cittone Institute of Computer Technology in Philadelphia, PA where he studied Computer Engineering and Programming. He finished his studies earning a GPA of 4.0.
After working in Computer Technology for many years, he decided to use his work ethic to follow his stepfather into the Carpentry Trade for a short period of time. This then followed several years working with his first Cousins Ronald and Robin Michele Nutter in the family business, Multi-Facet Inc, Philadelphia, PA, it was also there he got to work with several of his younger second cousins, whomed he humorously reminded," I may not be the oldest of my first cousins, but I AM THE OLDEST HERE!"
From a young age, it was clear that Greg would value the loving memories of his family, he loved his Hess truck collection from his Uncle Ronald; his love of music and dance with his Aunt Diane; the humor of his Aunt "Gwen" Hines; the fun times with ALL his cousins; and the leadership qualities of his Uncles. He honored his assignments caring for his loving Grandparents. He took great pride in his mother , Brenda, whom he would routinely called, his day didn't end uneven if it meet his call to her was in the late evening. Greg loved to tell his to his family about his beautiful mother, he would say, "hey you know, my mom should have been a MODEL!"
His family will always remember and honor his love, loyalty and protection. We ALL knew, if the phone rang with his name or ANY 267 number, we better pick up, its was OUR GREG.