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Gregg Pooley

Gregg Pooley

Gregg Pooley

Denver native Gregg Pooley passed away on February 11, 2024, at the age of 68. A service was held on February 15 at Feldman Mortuary, officiated by Rabbi Steven Kaye. Feldman Mortuary made the arrangements.

Born in 1955, Mr. Pooley grew up in the Hilltop neighborhood, and attended Carson Elementary, Hill Jr. High School and George Washington High School. He was an Eagle Scout and was chosen as one of a select group for an exchange with scouts from Japan.

Following one year at CSU, Mr. Pooley worked in the western wear business in South Dakota and California before returning to Denver to work in real estate. He was an active member of both the Summit County and Denver County real estate communities.

“He loved the business and was involved in many aspects of it,” Mr. Pooley’s family said, “from buying and selling properties, to taking and giving seminars, to being a managing broker to selling mortgages.

“He was known by all as a friendly, funny, quirky guy, and he had a way of doing his own thing.”
Mr. Pooley also had a love of theater and camping.

“There wasn’t a theater or show he didn’t enjoy or support if he knew about it, and he most likely did,” his family said.

Survivors are Mr. Pooley’s brothers, Doug (Karen) Pooley and Jeff (Reita) Pooley; and nephews and nieces Sean (Andrea) Pooley, Marisa Pooley, Trevor (Kelly) Pooley, Tara (Scott) Wentz, Lauren, Cameron and Tyler.

Contributions may be made to the Lone Tree Arts Center or the Alzheimer’s Assn.

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