Charles Lynn Greco, 84, of West Valley City, passed away on Wednesday, August 4, 2021 at the home of his daughter.
Charles was born in Fairview City, Utah to Charles Art and Adele Hannah Cox Greco on August 19, 1936. He married Dixie Winifred Stevens on August 29, 1958 in Bountiful, Utah. He attended college at the University of Utah. He worked in the field of graphic arts for Litho/Flexo Graphics for 30 years.
Charles was an extremely talented artist and musician. One of his
Like branches on a tree, we all grow in different directions yet our roots remain as one. favorite activities was composing classical music and it kept him busy during his recent years. As a young man he taught piano, organ and accordion.
He loved photography and digital art and was a member of several online forums where he was able to share his passion.
- Survived By
- Viki (Keith) Wassink, Daughter
- Clarice (Donald) Shepherd, Daughter
- Karen (Karl) Asay, Sister
- Merrill (Karen) Greco, Brother
- Judy (Dennis-deceased) Clark, Sister
- Mary (Ken-deceased) Stephenson, Sister
- Jeanine Lund, Sister
- Richard (Karen) Greco, Brother
- Annette Sweeten, Sister
- Darryl (Lori) Greco,
- One grandchild, five great-grandchildren,
- Preceded in Death By
- Charles Art and Adele Hannah Greco, Parents
- Dixie Winifred Greco, Wife
- Laura Kay Greco, Daughter
Life Story Info
“In lieu of flowers...”https://www.cancer.org/
Cause of Death
Religion and Beliefs
- Litho/Flexo Graphics
Bachelor'sUniversity Of Utah
I only knew him online. He was always there to help those who needed it. There are few hat we would like to know in person. He was one them.
Rest well my friend.
It was a pleasure interacting with you in the forums, and seeing your artify posts. You will be missed. Rest in peace.
A pleasure everytime I encountered you online. Could hear the chuckle behind some of your posts, true class. Gonna miss your presence for sure. Thankful that I knew you.
Chuck, you were an influence and a great memory solver over at the forum.
Thank you for your time, and your knowledge.
May your family be blessed at this time of passing.
May your family know how much you loved participating and sharing that knowledge.
Until we all meet again. God speed.
Rest in peace Chuck. You will be greatly missed.
Once in a while, in life, we get the pleasure of knowing someone who is a class act. You defined that, Chuck. You will be missed.
Rest in peace friend.
Those that knew you are better because of it.
You will be missed at your old haunts...
Rest my friend.
I am a better man for having known you.
Chuck, you made life a little bit better with your gracious style, and words of wisdom. Your art soothed the soul. You are missed.
Viki, your Father must have been a very talented human being. He was certainly blessed to have you for a daughter. Sending our love your way.
I look forward to the day that we can sit at the piano and share our music with each other. You will be missed.
I love and will miss you Uncle Lynn. We shared a love of art, music, and family history. Until we meet again and have more wonderful, in-depth conversations.
I'll always remember his fried parsnips.