Gregory Charles Sherwood of Colorado Springs, Colorado left this earth for his Heavenly home on Sunday, October 5, 2020 after suffering from numerous health issues.

He was born on December 3, 1949 in Watertown, South Dakota to Bert and Phillis Sherwood.  He was the youngest of three boys. Greg had four children: Tobias, Jennica, Nathaniel and Nicole. Greg worked as a real estate property manager and owned a natural stone company in California during his career. Greg loved his children and his God.

Greg loved reading books and watching television.  Greg lived with and cared for his mother for her last three years of life. They had a fabulous relationship, full of love for each other. Anyone who met Greg found him to be very friendly and nice.

Comments from loved ones include: “He was the kind of friend I could share anything with without judgement. “Woody” was a great friend and will be sorely missed. I always liked Woody. I will always remember his sense of humor. He brought joy to everyone who knew him…a loving, fascinating, interesting guy.”

He is survived by his two sons and two daughters: Tobias (Sara, Amabel and Una) of Portland OR; Jennica Sherwood (Granddaughter Juliette) of Seattle WA;  Nathaniel Sherwood of Seattle WA; and Nicole Jeffries of Desert Palms, CA. He is also survived by his two brothers: Ron Sherwood (Frankie) of Atlanta GA and Bob Sherwood (Mary Lou) of Colorado Springs. He is also survived by his nieces and nephews: Tahnya, Jennifer, Mark, Austin, Rob and Molly that he enjoyed very much. His grand nieces and nephews Tyler, Beau, Teo, Lyren, Declan, Blakely, Emma and Claire brought much joy to his life.    

Memorials may be sent to: Marian House Soup Kitchen, 14 W Bijou St, Colorado Springs, CO 80903. A private Celebration of Life will be held at 4 pm on Monday, October 12.

 “Greg, although you can’t be here with us, we’re truly not apart; Until the final breath we take, you’ll be living in our heart!”

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  1. The class of 68 loved Greg! We all have many great memories and will always miss his smile and his encouragement to always do better! ❤️❤️❤️

  2. “ Woody “, I can’t believe you are gone. It seems like such a short time ago that we would meet at “The Hall”, shoot a game of pool and then head out to the “Point”. I am so sorry to see that your gone, but I am very happy that our life paths crossed. Goodbye and rest in peace my friend.

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