This blog is for all the many people throughout the world that love Greg Tate.  There is actually an “I love Greg Tate” facebook page created some years ago by one of his former students but this is a little different.  This blog has been created so that Tate (or Greg- whatever your preferred name for him is) and his family and friends can update you on the courageous journey that he is embarking upon.  The journey toward toward health, wholeness and living beyond lung cancer.


  1. #1 by susan and jay on February 21, 2012 - 1:54 am

    Julia, thank you so much for taking this on. From our experience, I can say that trying to give full time and attention to the wonderful people who want to keep in touch can be draining. This is perfect. We appreciate being able to stay in the loop in a way that allows your energy to focus where it most needs to be.
    Love from us both, to all.

  2. #2 by Brenda Woolley (BW) on February 23, 2012 - 4:34 pm

    Thank you for this.

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  4. #4 by john hagerty on December 20, 2012 - 1:13 am

    Gregg Tate: In a place where all wrongs are righted. Not by elusive, subjective vengence or justice- but by forgiveness. A place where all freinds are soon enough, together again. As pretty as we ever were; able to appreciate it, but not care. Where our favorite song is not the next one, but at last, the one on now. We don’t get to know what happened on the grassy knoll, we just don’t care. Where the only judge is a GTo and all warrents are quashed. We finally see we have everything we used to try to own. Make out with everyone we fought. We go with them, into that cornfield, on our own terms. When we are good…and ready. We get that final insight as we close our eyes. And feel that welcome you only get at home. You never get to see what is around that bend until you are really ready and there is nothing else in the world you would rather do then go around there after it. Glowing like nobodies buisness. Not a look back. Nothing left but contrails of sorrow to those not ready to know.
    journal excerpt 3/4/12

  5. #5 by Marcus Hamilton on March 19, 2013 - 4:08 am

    I’ll never forget working with Greg at Oddfellows Playhouse, and then seeing his glorious mug on an episode of Nash Bridges one night. Totally blew me away. What a neat guy. So sorry to hear about his passing. Hope everyone is doing well. – Marcus Hamilton

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