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Gregory  Remsen

Gregory Remsen

Friday, September 2nd, 1949 - Tuesday, May 26th, 2020
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Obituary

Gregory Remsen, 09/02/1949 – 05/26/2020
“Thrill A Minute Greg”
Born in Burbank, CA to Karl and Helen Remsen, Greg was a work hard, play hard, no
fear, life is an adventure guy, like the Remsen men before him. Grew up in Burbank,
devising all sorts of outdoor adventures with a pack of friends, he was rarely at a loss
for a good time. He graduated from Pierce College with an automotive degree and Los
Angeles Trade Tech. with a Plumbing certificate. He was the youngest guy to be a
licensed Backflow tester in LA County at age 16, working with, then taking over his
dad’s plumbing business.
Ever a racer – if it could be ridden or had wheels, he was on it. From bicycles to
skateboards to surf boards, then to motorcycles and motocross racing, and on to sports
car road racing, it seemed like Greg was always on the cutting edge of the latest trend.
Many an evening was spent working to improve the performance of whichever vehicle
he planned to play with next. The garage was his design studio and man cave – a
gathering place for bench racing with the guys as much as his fine-tuning machine
shop.
He met and married his wife Judy, being smitten from day one because she drove her
dad’s truck that had motorcycles stickers in the rear window! Tyler Skip, their only child,
was destined to follow in his dad’s footsteps, cultivating a zest for adventure and
passion for all things mechanical from the very beginning of his life. A close-bonded
family, many adventures ensued over 43 years of marriage with many a story to tell
about their camping, surfing, waterskiing, house-boating, road racing, off-roading and
desert racing trips – always shared with many friends and family. He was most proud of
the man Skip grew to be and marveled at Skip’s ability in taking his skills to the next
step beyond his own (Remsen legacy fulfilled.) Greg’s life was filled with love, passion
and fun.
He is survived by his wife Judy, son (Tyler) Skip and his girlfriend Melissa, sister Carol
and her husband Leif, Judy’s brother Rick and his wife Tammy, Judy’s mother Shirley,
and many, many dear friends.
God’s speed Greg, ride on!
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