Gregory

October 22, 1958 ~ January 5, 2022

Born in: Rochester, NY
Resided in: Webster , NY

Gregory Rombaut, passed away January 5, 2020 at his home in Webster, NY.

Mr. Rombaut was born in 1958 in Rochester, NY, to parents Delores and Paul Rombaut.

He is survived by his son, Aaron, and three grandchildren along with his sister, Louise.

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  1. Aaron I’m very sorry to hear about your dads passing. I know he struggled through his days on earth and my prayer is that he’s in heaven finally at peace. Both Greg and your mom brought an amazing human being into this world and that is you! I’ve admired you for your wisdom and strength and I know this situation is very difficult. May God hold you and your family in the palm of His hand. RIP MY DEAR COUSIN

  2. Aaron my thoughts and prayers with your family. His struggles are over and peace be had for all

    Love Janice

  3. Aaron our thoughts and prayers go out to our good friend Greg.We grew up together and had many good years of playing football in our old neighborhood.Riding our motorcycles and boat riding as well.We enjoyed camping trips and working on cars.we shared many good memories and work on our double house back in the day.we will miss Gregory and he was always polite and carrying to all people he met in his lifetime.I could write more good things about your father and will always think of the good times we shared….RIP my friend…bill, diane and jessica..

  4. Aaron, I am so sorry to hear of the passing of your father. I remember him as a gentle soul with a kind smile when I saw him at family holidays and visited him in the hospital. We are all very thankful that he and your mother brought you into this world.
    Greg’s spirit is free now, gone to God.
    May he and all your family be at peace. May you find comfort in your love for each other and with the love of God.

  5. Words are hard to come by… Greg, you were once the love of my life. You and I brought a wonderful young man into this world who has given us 3 beautiful grand children. Unfortunately, your demons won out and no amount of help from anyone, no amount of love from anyone could help you overcome their hold on you. It’s with great hope that I pray you are at peace now and with our Lord Jesus. It breaks my heart to know you were unable to be the kind of Father Aaron needed, though I know you loved him very much. I remember the man you were before the drugs and alcohol really took possession of you. That person will be the person I remember you to be. I wish your son and grandchildren could have known that version of you. RIP Greg. It’s been a rough road for you. May peace be with you now and forever. Amen!

  6. My condolences Aaron! Our thoughts and prayers go out to you and your family. If you need anything let us know.

  7. Thinking of you Jeannine and Aaron, and holding you in my heart.
    I will always remember Greg as a kind and gentle soul. Way back in the late 70’s after Midge and Paul married, we both lived at the new house on Heritage Woods Ct. for a time. He was considerate and easy-going, helping smooth the transition in an awkward time.
    His friends and family saw his goodness inside. May he rest in peace.

  8. Dear Aaron and family,

    I am very sad to hear about your father’s passing. Although I have not talked to Greg for many years, I remembered some great times we had together when we were teenagers. Greg had just gotten his first car and he drove to grandma’s cottage on Conesus Lake and picked up myself and brother Pat. We proceeded to cruise around the lake cranking the new Aerosmith tape, Get Your Wings. I always had a fun time in those innocent days with Greg. I regret not keeping in touch with him. May God bless you and your family during these difficult times. Sincerely, Mike and Linda Culhane

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