Greg "Wylee" Rose

01/15/1970 - 11/11/2021

Obituary For Greg "Wylee" Rose

A celebration of life will be held Saturday, Dec.4th 2021 at Topline Ranch 24905 S. Century Rd. Estacada, Or 97023. Service will begin at 11:00 a.m.
Greg was an exciting and energetic man who loved to live life in the fast lane. There was never a dull moment with this amazing man.
He lived most of his life in Colton, OR and graduated from CHS in 1988. He then enlisted in The United States Navy. After which, followed his career of construction and was employed by Clackamas County Roads Dept. as a TMS 4.
Greg was a very proud veteran and he left this world on Veterans Day, a day he observed and celebrated wholeheartedly every year. It was always a special day for him, and now it is forever “his” day. Although sad for us, it couldn't have been more perfect for him.
Greg had many interests, most of which revolved around horsepower; Cars, trucks, boats, motorcycles, you name it. All of which, in his opinion, needed to be just a little bit faster each time.
He was a dedicated loving husband, hard worker, and an honest loyal friend to many. No matter the situation, he always had your back.
He is survived by his wife and best friend of 30 plus years, Geri Rose. Henry Ted Eurick Jr., Kaye Eurick, Dallas O Neil, Angela Baker, Dennis Rose Jr., and Kenneth Rose. Preceded in death by Henry Ted Eurick III.
In lieu of flowers, living outside plants or trees are welcomed ideas. Or just for fun, and if so desired, bring a Hot Wheels toy. We will donate them at Christmas time to children. Greg did this every year, so let’s keep this going in honor of him.
He will be greatly missed.



Celebration of Life

11:00 AM
Top Line Ranch
24905 S. Century Road
Estacada, OR 97023
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A true patriot. He loved his dear wife and best friend with all his being. I will miss him calling me "sissy" when I would sneak up on him in a crowd. He gave the best hugs ever and I will miss his funny e-mails. Until we're together again driving around heaven in our fast mopars . You will be missed but never forgotten.
- angela baker
He will be missed by my husband John and myself. I will always have a fond memory of when I first met Greg and Gerri many years ago about the "Skunk". When I first moved here and we would visit Greg and Gerri, they had a plaster skunk in their front yard. I called it a squirrel. Greg teased me about this skunk that I thought was a squirrel for many years. I never lived that down ever since. He made me laugh. TracieLyn
- TracieLyn Rydzewski

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