PRINCETON – Gregory Philip Graziani, 62, of Princeton, formerly of Worcester and Pompano Beach, Florida, died Monday, December 28, 2020 at home.
He leaves a sister, Alexandra G. Osgood and her husband Christopher of Princeton; as well as many devoted friends and his beloved dog, Jules. He was predeceased by his parents and his brother, Michael Graziani. He was born in Worcester, son of Sante and Jacquelee (McMurry) Graziani. He graduated from the professional School of the Worcester Art Museum (SWAM).
Greg was a freelance artist. He was a passionate and generous person with diverse interests: Renaissance and Art Deco art and architecture, travel to Italy and New York City, Broadway theater, photography, maps, polo matches, cooking, objects with which to view the natural world (telescopes, binoculars, microscopes, prisms). He was witty as well as passionate about films, opera, foreign languages, and Japanese culture. He also considered himself a spiritual person. A three-word description of Greg would be: curious, creative, and adventurous.
The family wishes to thank the wonderful nurses at Beacon Hospice, Leominster, MA, in particular Karen, Deb, and Brandy.
Funeral services are private and under the care of Rice Funeral Home, 300 Park Ave, Worcester. Gregory will be interred at Swan Point Cemetery in Providence, RI. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA.org), PO Box 96929, Washington DC 20090-6929.
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American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA)
PO Box 96929, Washington DC 20090-6929