Book of Remembrance of

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Gregory De La Peña-Hall

We have lost my rock and best friend – our lovely Greg.

Greg passed away on Sunday 5th June 2022 after his brave and courageous journey with cancer.  Selfless and always positive, he filled our lives with happiness and laughter. Greg inspired us all and through his drive and determination, he leaves us with an amazing gift of a fairer and more inclusive world.

This book is a collection of our memories … memories we all have of Gregory as he touched our lives.  It is a place to share our memories and stories and a place we can all reflect in the time ahead.

While we knew Greg was nearing the end, nothing can prepare you for the death of your soul mate. Thank you for your love and prayers.
Joey De La Peña-Hall

Book Owner: Joey De La Peña-Hall
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Graham

Gregory it was an absolute pleasure to have known you, you are truly an inspiration person with your values on Diversity and quality the great work you done on LGBTQI. You had a smile that lit up the room and the wonderful character,  when I heard the news that you sadly passed away it …

Georgina Tomlin

Gregory when I hear or speak your name a smile comes to my face, this is the effect you had on anyone you met. Always positive and optimistic you are a huge inspiration to all.Your courage and strength is to be so admired. Faced with a challenge no one should experience you still remained …

Francois Gautreaux

The reality of someone so young being taken from us hasn’t really set in yet.  Life is not always fair or kind.  I was lucky to know Gregory and to have him as part of our team.  He was an intelligent, compassionate, driven man that showed real passion and commitment in everything he did.  …

Natasha Boshoff

Gregory you were always so calm, friendly and happy – an inspiration to us all. You are gone from our sight, but never from our hearts. Spread your wings and fly high. Your legacy will live on forever. Rest in peace Gregory …

Kyla F

I knew Gregory from our shared time at Restaurant Associates/Compass.  We did not work that closely together but that did not stop him having a profound impact on me. He lit up every room he entered, his passion and joy were infectious.  He had so much talent and I always loved chatting with him.  …

Michiel Hageman

Gregory, you have been taken way too soon.. I’ts been a pleasure to get to know you and become friends with you and your wonderful husband Joey.  You will be dearly missed by so many but never forgotten, you have left a legacy behind!    …

Antony Prentice

Gregory, I will remember you for your incredible sartorial elegance, your huge sense of fun and as well for how amazing and inspirational you were throughout the illness that took you away from us far too early. I feel privileged to have met you Gregory and you leave behind a great legacy and a …

James B

I first met Gregory many years ago at work- his positive attitude, enthusiasm and care for others left an instant impression. We stayed connected, often catching up through the industry he loved. You will be missed by many xx …

Angus Brydon

Gregory, your journey has been cut short, however, what you have taught me will carry on. We have had some great times together over the years and I am very proud to have had you as a colleague and friend. The laughter will be my fondest memory of you and the fun times we …

Rachel

I first met Gregory back when we both worked at Elior. I was immediately struck by his brilliant sense of humour and powers of observation. Although we didn’t work closely he was a gracious supporter of what I did and was really sorry when he left the company. But the power of social media …