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Gregory J. Tureson, 46

Gregory J. Tureson, 46, of Charlestown, Ind., passed away on Dec. 26, 2023, leaving behind a legacy of warmth, music, and laughter.
He was born Aug. 26, 1977, in Greenbush, Minn., to James and Judy Tureson,
Greg was a cherished son, a loving father, and a cherished friend to many.
Greg’s life was a symphony of passions. He found solace and joy in the simplicity of fishing, but it was music that truly resonated in his soul. His nimble fingers danced along guitar strings, weaving melodies that touched hearts. Greg’s talent and passion led him to play with several bands and compose soul-stirring songs that will continue to echo through the hearts of those who knew him.
Yet beyond his musical prowess, Greg’s genuine nature and infectious humor left an indelible mark. A mischievous practical joker, he brought smiles to countless faces, brightening days with his playful antics and unwavering wit. He possessed a rare gift of truly listening to others, offering comfort and empathy effortlessly. His authenticity endeared him to everyone he met, leaving a lasting impression of kindness and sincerity.
Greg’s most treasured role was that of a devoted father. He leaves behind a legacy of love in his son Owen, daughter Kendall, and step-daughter Ruby. His unwavering love and guidance will continue to shape their lives, a testament to the incredible father he was.
Gregory Tureson was preceded in death by his father, James Tureson, and is survived by his mother, Judy Tureson, brothers Michael and Jeffrey, special friend Stephanie Schwing and a multitude of friends and family who will forever hold him close in their hearts.
A memorial service honoring Greg’s life was held at Pleasant Grove Methodist Church on Saturday, Dec. 30, at 11 a.m. In celebration of Greg’s life, let us remember his melodies, his laughter, and his unwavering love for those around him. He may have strummed his last chord here on earth, but the music he created and the memories he gifted us will play on forever in our hearts.

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