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Gregory S. "Gregg"
Rossiter Jr.

November 3, 1972 – January 30, 2021

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Obituary for Gregory S. "Gregg" Rossiter Jr.

Gregory S. “Gregg” Rossiter, Jr., 48, of Zephyrhills, FL, formerly of Fitchburg and Lowell, MA, died unexpectedly on January 30, 2021.

Gregory was born November 3, 1972 in Leominster, MA, the son of the late Maria (Sardelis) Cormier of Leominster and Gregory S. Rossiter, Sr. of Florida. Growing up in the Twin Cities of Leominster and Fitchburg, MA, Gregg attended both Leominster and Fitchburg schools.

Gregg loved his family very much and spending time with them brought him the utmost joy. He was fun loving, witty, charming and quick with a joke. He had a charismatic energy that people were drawn to and could light up a room. Gregg loved fishing, boxing, writing poetry, music, playing cards and horseshoes, the beach, camping, the Red Sox and he was an avid football fan, especially for his beloved Patriot’s. He was an amazing and passionate cook and was a chef for some of the best Italian Restaurants around.

He is survived by his sons, Joseph Yancy and his wife Kalie of Chelmsford, Antonio Rossiter and his wife Ashley of Billerica, and his daughter Lillian DeMarr of Mechanicsville, MD, four granddaughters, Destiny, Jocelyn, Grace, Emma and one more on the way, Averie Mae, his sister Catina (Rossiter) Lemke, her husband Jason and his niece Erilynn all of Concord, NC, along with many aunts, uncles and cousins and his cousin and life-long best friend Corey Granger of Fitchburg, MA.

"Life is like the ocean. It comes in waves, crashing and flowing. Sometimes the water is calm and sometimes it is fierce and choppy. Although it can be overwhelming, the only thing anyone can do is adapt, overcome and learn how to swim.”

We love and miss you so much Dad. You'll always be our hero!

Friends are invited to a brief walk-through visitation at the Morse-Bayliss Funeral Home, 122 Princeton Boulevard, Lowell, on Wednesday from 5 to 6 p.m. For the safety of all, face coverings and social distancing kindly required.


When Wednesday, February 10, 2021 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Morse-Bayliss Funeral Home
122 Princeton Boulevard
Lowell, MA 01851
Additional Information For the safety of all, face coverings and social distancing kindly required.
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