Gregory “Greggor” C. Liddick Jr. was born on June 4, 1979 in Montrose, the son of Phyllis (Norton) and Terry Brown and the late Gregory Liddick Sr.

Greggor would not want to be defined by his addiction. He was so much more than that, Greggor was a kind, caring soul, a loving son, brother, uncle, nephew, grandson and a wonderful friend. Greg was an artist, he loved drawing, tattooing, and listening to music. Greggor fought a long tough battle, but never fought it alone. He had an amazing support system. Greg was strong, but his demons were stronger. They took his life on May 15, 2019, when he died peacefully at home in Mehoopany, at the age of 39.

Greg was a member of Faith Alive Ministries and he attended Wyalusing Valley High School.

Greggor is survived by his mother, Phyllis Norton Brown and father who raised him, Terry Brown, of Mehoopany; his siblings, Michael Liddick, Jonathan Brown (Lindsay), and Tonya Brown all of Laceyville; his maternal grandfather, Phillip B. Norton of Silvara; his aunts and uncles, Allen and Kimberley Norton, Penni Pilch and Ronald Pilch, special aunt, Cathy Johnson, Randy Johnson, Jennifer Norton, and Kimberly Norton; as well as many nieces, nephews, and cousins. Greg was preceded in death by his father, Gregory Liddick Sr., his maternal grandmother, Louise Ann Norton, paternal grandparents Richard and Elsie Liddick and Kenneth and Anna Brown, and his uncle John Robert Norton.

Funeral services for Gregory will be held at 11 a.m. on Thursday, May 23, from the Sheldon Funeral Home, 459 Main Street, Laceyville, with Pastor Darlene Lewis of Faith Alive Ministries officiating. Interment will follow at the North Flat Cemetery. Family and friends may call at the funeral home from 5 to 8 p.m. on Wednesday, May 22.

Online condolences may be made at

In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made in Gregory’s name to A Better Today, 126 Warren Street, Tunkhannock, PA 18657.

We know now as a family he’s finally found the peace that he could never find here on earth. His illness has been a lifelong battle and he’s finally earned his wings. Rest in paradise, until we meet again. As he would say, “Hakuna Matata,” which simply means no worries for the rest of your days…

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