GREGORY JOHN STRATTON
1966-2019
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Manhattan Beach Native, graduate of Mira Costa High School, 1984, and Cal Poly SLO, 1991, passed away at his home in Los Osos, California. He is survived by his devoted wife, Danna, his children, Conner and Courtney, parents, John and Carol, sister, Stefani Bolle (Tim), brother, David (Jacqueline) as well as nieces, nephews, an aunt and uncle. He generously volunteered to be part of a research study seeking both treatment and a cure for ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease). Donations may be made in Greg's name to the ALS Association, Community of Hope page: http://webgw.alsa.org/goto/GregStratton

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Published in The Beach Reporter on Aug. 28, 2019.
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October 4, 2019
So very sorry to hear!!!
Phil Paradissis
October 4, 2019
Best wishes from over here in the UK. I was so sorry to hear about Greg's passing. I worked for his father Dr Stratton in Torrance and remember just how together they were as a family. Darcie xxx
Darcie Yull
September 24, 2019
We are so very, very sorry to learn about Greg's passing. Loved his warm, kind and fun-loving nature. The Tobias Family is sending prayers to the Strattons and his wife Danna's family. Having known Greg since we were kids, always enjoyed and appreciated his genuinely wonderful spirit and personality. May he rest in peace, no longer suffering. May the way he so positively impacted so many people provide his family with a sense of peace and comfort during such a very difficult time. Feel like I called him Boo Boo more than anyone, especially during our time at Mira Costa. He'd smile that amazing smile every time he'd hear me! So blessed to have known you, Greg
Danny Tobias
September 15, 2019
Greg was such a positive spirit who touched all those he met. Feeling blessed to have known him and to have met the amazing family he created. My love goes out to all who are hurting from our loss of Greg.
Wendy Fletcher
September 11, 2019
Our condolences to the family for all your suffering and loss. We're praying for the best for all of you in times to come. Love, the Kautz's
Jennifer Kautz
September 8, 2019
Greg, you were always such a kind heart, wonderful spirit, fun personality. You are so missed here, words cannot express. I am sure you are doing amazing things above. My heart goes out to your family and you will always be remembered with great fondness. Rest in peace, my friend.
jeri mandelbaum
September 1, 2019
We always enjoyed our time with Greg on the sports fields, always smiling and positive words for the kids. Our love to the family during this oh so difficult time. His presence will live on through his beautiful family. Love, The Codrons
August 29, 2019
Love. Assisting others while you're suffering.
Greg, generously volunteered to be part of a research study seeking both a treatment and a cure for ALS (Lou Gehrig's Disease). Knowing he would not benefit. Private-road, team-tag. AYSO soccer across South Bay's pitch. Greg lived and fought courageously. Reassuring smile, warm gaze, hearty handshake... taught all. Love to the Stratton Family during this most difficult of life's celebrations. Thank you, Greg for continuously reminding... Love, look out for and assist one another. God Bless and speed, brother - your infinite admirer, Mike Fay.
Mike Fay
August 28, 2019
I will cherish my memories of all the fun times with you Greg! I have a heavy heart but know you are out of pain and no longer suffering.
Jamie Vidal Jimenez
August 28, 2019
May you rest in love my friend Greg. So many great memories I will cherish since we met in 6th grade. My prayers are with the Stratton family at this time and always. - Gina Madonna
Gina Madonna
August 28, 2019
A truly great guy with a loving personality. My heart goes out to your family. Love, Mrs. C
Ann Collins
August 28, 2019
Love you Greg.
Phil Carpenter
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