WOCHY, Gregory

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Passed away suddenly at the Sault Area Hospital on Monday, May 10, 2021. Beloved husband of Eleanor Wochy (nee Hewett) for 52 years.

Loving father of Amanda Lynn Wochy, Kristie Premo (Travese) and his two fur babies Brutus and Boomer. Proud grandpa of Trey, Carter, many other grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Cherished son of Steve and the late Shirley Wochy. Dear brother of Randy Wochy (Melissa). Brother-in-law of Frederick Hewett (Jennette), Jenny Decaira (Len), Mary McKendrick (John) and predeceased by many others. He will be deeply missed by his dear cousins Dan Hand and Cindy Hand. Greg will fondly remembered by many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends.

Greg had a love of sports whether it was Baseball, Hockey or Golf he always enjoyed coaching, playing and watching his favourite teams. He had a passion for fishing and enjoyed many days on the lake with his family. You could often catch Greg out on a nice summer day cruising in the mustang.

A private family service will take place.

Memorial contributions (payable by cheque or online) to the Sault Ste. Marie Humane Society would be greatly appreciated.

Funeral arrangements entrusted to the Arthur Funeral Home – Barton & Kiteley Chapel (492 Wellington St. East 705-759-2522. Please visit Arthur Funeral Home website obituaries to leave memories and condolences as a keepsake for the family.

I know your looking down on us, now I see that god has won and I know your time is done. As he guides you to the light, we hurt inside to say goodnight. The seeds you left, the seeds we’ll sow, our sorrow weeps. I hope u know. We look our eyes upon the skies, and ask dear god oh why? Soon our pain will turn to past and all our memories will guild our way. Your touch so cold, your eyes so bare. You feel so far but yet so near. The sunshine’s bright, but skies so grey, come hold our hand it’ll be ok. My selfish mind wants you to stay but deep inside I know your on your way. Your better now it’s hard to see, don’t understand why can’t it be me? I’d take your pain to set you free. Your life of love can go so far. Two worlds apart, let’s let you be. It’s come so fast please stay with me. Your life was short, you lived it well. Behind your smile you hid your heart of being unwell. But yes I see a piece of you left to me. My eyes do blue, my smile so bright that’s all from you, it’ll be alright. Love you dad, till we meet again. It won’t be long, always my friend. It is goodbye for now but not for long, we’ll see you soon let’s be strong. Go be with grandma, she’s whispering your name. She loves you dad relieve your pain.