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Gregory P. White, a long-time Little Silver resident, passed away on September 9, 2022. He attended the Wooster School in Connecticut and graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Business from Monmouth College. He was self-employed in the transportation industry.

Greg bought his house in Little Silver in 1978 and was a well-known fixture on Parker Avenue. Everyone knew Greg, the mayor of Parker Avenue! He was always cheery and a great conversationalist.

As a boy, Greg spent many enjoyable times in Maine with his friends and cousins. His love for Maine was part of who he was and he particularly loved wild Maine blueberries.

Greg loved to travel. He did many trips to Europe and attended scores of plays in England. He traveled throughout Europe and particularly enjoyed Poland where he attended a friend's son's wedding in Kraków.

Greg had a lifelong love of cars and had a wide collection of miniature autos. He also loved his convertibles and could be seen on nice days with the top down driving over to Sickles, the Acme, and the beach.

Greg attended many Broadway and off Broadway shows. His tastes were eclectic: drama, musicals, operas, and comedies, Over the years, his enjoyment of Broadway even transferred to the names of his cats: Phannie, Musetta, and Puck.

Greg is survived by his sister-in-law, nieces and nephews, and many dear friends.

At Greg's request, there is no service. Remembrances may be shared on Thompson Memorial Home, Red Bank, website.





Bruce S. Thompson, Owner & Manager, NJ LIC #3740