Gregory Ramsey Martucci
It is with heartbreaking sadness that we announce the death of our son, Gregory Ramsey Martucci, who left us too soon on October 11, 2017 at his home in Amherst, NH. Greg was born on February 27, 1981 in Amarillo, Texas and came to us just four weeks later. The minute Greg was in our arms, we loved him with all our hearts.
Greg attended Johnson State College in Johnson, Vermont where he studied outdoor education. He worked as the Assistant Manager at ACE Hardware and also as an independent contractor.
Greg loved to read. He also enjoyed being outside, camping, hiking, and being with the love of his life, his daughter, Alexis. He began skiing at the age of three, switching to snowboarding as he got older. He made several major camping and hiking trips to Wyoming, Alaska and the White Mountains of NH.
Greg’s other passion was music. He collected many albums and CDs. We often heard him mixing special musical pieces.
We will miss hearing his music, miss smelling sausages that he cooked on the grill, miss seeing him enjoy time outside with his daughter. But most of all we will miss Greg.
Greg is survived by his daughter Alexis. She was his sunshine and the light of his life. He loved to see her in school activities and take part in plays at the Amato Center for the Performing Arts. He was so proud of her positive spirit. She was his sunshine and the light of his life. Greg is also survived by his parents, Brenda and Paul Martucci, his brother, Brad Martucci, wife, Jeanine Demers, stepson, Noah, and a number of aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces and many friends. He will also be missed by his dogs Frankie and Buddy.
Greg was a kind and gentle soul with a great smile and sparkling blue eyes.
He truly loved his family and friends. He is in the arms of the angels and forever in our hearts. He will be missed eternally. Greg will remain forever young,
In lieu of flowers, memorials may be sent in Greg’s name to the AMATO Center for the Performing Arts, 56 Mount Vernon Street, Milford, NH 03055
There are no calling hours, and services were private.