Gregory Morris Floch, 61, a resident of Brady and longtime area logger, died Monday, June 22, 2020, at his home in Brady, Washington.
Gregory was born on June 7, 1959, in Olympia, Washington, to Harvey G. and Dorothy M. (Camas) Floch. He grew up in Montesano and graduated from Montesano High School in 1977, where he had played football and baseball.
In the 80s, Greg and Tamera Turrentine had a son, Harley.
He worked for the laborer’s union on the Nuclear Plant on Satsop Hill. He worked as a logger for Rocky Mountain Helicopter Logging in Alaska and locally for Toban & Camas Logging.
He enjoyed hunting and fishing, going to the casinos and hiking in the Olympics.
Gregory is survived by a son Harley Floch of Olympia, Washington; his father Harvey Floch of Montesano and three brothers: Tom (Jamie) Floch of Aberdeen, Mark Floch of Oakville and Jeff Floch of Olympia. Gregory was preceded in death by two brothers: Jim and Matt Floch.
Greg will be missed by many family members and friends
There will be a gathering when all can attend.
Cremation arrangements are entrusted to Twibell’s Fern Hill Funeral Home in Aberdeen, Washington.