Canby Funeral Chapel
Molalla Funeral Chapel
Obituaries & Tributes
Gregory Allen Witham
date of birth January 29 1959
date of death May 1 2020
Gregory Allen Witham, the youngest son of the late Elmer and Hilda Witham of Woodburn, passed away in Molalla, Oregon May 1, 2020. He was born on January 29th, 1959 in Woodburn, Oregon. Greg grew up in Woodburn and graduated from Woodburn High School. He spent many years helping his parents in their business, Witham Garden Center, in Woodburn.
Though Greg studied accounting and law in college, he chose to go into business. In the 90's Greg owned a thriving herb and health store, named Dandelion, Herb and Things in Keizer, Oregon. Greg had a gift for seeing to his customers' needs. He gave loving care to his father Elmer, for the last part of his life. Greg enjoyed country living near Molalla in his last years. He had a love for the animals and for the land. Greg's brilliant mind led him into becoming a spiritual philosopher, who loved to help people. His compassion and his unique sense of humor attracted an abundance of friends.
Greg's ashes will be scattered on the land that he loved.
9 tribute candles have been lit
Candle lit by Staff at Canby-Molalla Funeral Chapel Our sincere condolences.
Candle lit by Robert Mulkey Farewell old grade school friend.
Candle lit by Gary Rhoades Rest in peace Greg.
Candle lit by Gina Cerminara Rest in peace my friend. I enjoyed many conversations and laughs with you. You will always remain in my heart. I love you Sweetie.
Candle lit by Ginger Love u friend.
Candle lit by Cindy Beck With a Heart Full of Love ❤️
Candle lit by Gabriela Dominguez Greg, Thank You so much for the gift of friendship, love and support. Thank You for all the words of wisdom you shared with me and for always being there during the very hard times. You always had the right words at times when comfort was needed. I learned so much from you. I love you <3
Candle lit by Anita Ahuja Your wings just keep growing!
Candle lit by Doreen Bongiovanni Wishing you an amazing journey. Much love to my friend!