Gregory L. Lawson

Obit-Greg-Lawson-52Greg L. Lawson, age 61, of Omak, died December 16, 2013 at Central Washington Hospital in Wenatchee Washington. He was born March 27, 1952 in Englewood, CA to John and Jean Lawson

Greg came to Oroville Washington as a toddler with his dad, John Lawson and brother Mike who was three years older. His dad met Joy Davis and her children Beverly and Jim, same ages as Mike and Greg. Five years later Greg’s sister Kally was born. Greg loved all sports especially baseball. He loved participating in demolition derbies, camping, the outdoors and time with his family. He attended Oroville High school, worked in the agriculture industry and worked with his brother Mike’s orchard and tree spreader business. Greg met Cindy Hutton in 1985. They had one daughter Rachel who joined their blended family of children; Corey, Jennifer, Michael, Brent and Shelli.

Greg is survived by his spouse, Cynthia (Hutton) Lawson; parents, John and Joy Lawson; children, Cory Lawson (Wendy), Omak, Wash., Jennifer Lawson (Nate) Omak,

Michael Lawson (Vanessa), Okanogan Wash., Rachel Woodrow (Ian) Medical Lake, Wash., Brent Martinez, Omak and Shelli Martinez, Omak, brothers and sisters Beverly Patrick (Bob) Cashmere, Wash., Jim Davis (Linda) Tri Cities, Wash. and Kally Berlinger (Abey), Oroville; grandchildren Bryson and Bryden, Kayla, Chase and Loralie, Ryan, Brenden Cameron and Kyan, Shia and Maks; great grandson Noah and great granddaughter sophia.

Greg was proceeded in death by his brother Mike Lawson, his grandson Leelynd Lawson and his niece Christie Clay

Memorial services were held Saturday, December 21 at 2 p.m. at the Free Methodist church in Oroville with Pastor Rod Brown officiating.

Memorials may be made to the Oroville High School Baseball Team.

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