Phillips - Gregory Alan Norster left this world suddenly on February 1st, 2021 at the age of 62. Greg started his life in England, born to his late mother Gwendolyn and predeceased to his father Eric Roy Norster. Greg leaves behind his brother Timothy and sister Louise. After he and his family temporarily lived in Massachusetts, Greg stayed and became a US citizen. There he met his wife of nearly forty years. The two started their family before settling in Maine. Greg lives on through his wife Jeanette, first son Gregory Jr, daughter-in-law Megan, granddaughters Isabella and Alexis, second son Sean and daughter-in-law Kayla. Greg also leaves behind a large extended family in America, as well as England, on top of the many friends that he met along the way.
A man of many talents, Greg worked in HVAC, semiconductor manufacturing in the early days at Macom, many years as a carpenter, and nearly a decade at the pellet mill.
Greg had many passions, and capturing the vast array into words is impossible. A self proclaimed “rock hound,” he enjoyed hunting for gems and minerals. He was a good cook, always excited to share a new recipe or ingredient. He had a good green thumb. He enjoyed fishing, especially with his sons or Dad, hoping for the chance to hook a brookie. He loved America, muscle cars, motorcycles, firearms, and really any clever bit of engineering. Most of all, he enjoyed spending time, and having a good laugh with others.
Greg was a hard working, fun loving spirit. A devoted husband, father, son, brother, papa. He will forever be missed.
Please share memories in his Book of Memories at www.wilesrc.com. A casual celebration of life is to be determined at a later date. Cremation care has been provided by the Wiles Remembrance Center of Farmington.