Gregory Cyronek Obituary, Death – Gregory was born to John G. Cyronek and Susan S. Bohr Cyronek on August 31, 1987, in Bangor, Washington. Greg was a kind and compassionate person who loved animals. He was an imaginative and inquisitive youngster. You could find him constructing Lego sets with his dog by his side when he wasn’t out adventuring. He’d always had a soft spot in his heart for critters. Greg went to both Skyline High School and Westview High School during his time in Idaho Falls. Greg enjoyed going places and talking to new people. He had an innate talent for sales. He had the gift of gab and could talk to anyone.
Greg also spent time sketching out designs for additional pieces of equipment. At his core, he was an innovator. Gregory went on to sell solar energy and security solutions after finishing high school. All around the United States, he went. Greg, who had a passion for nature, enjoyed traveling to the desert and other landscapes across the United States. However, the mountains were always his first choice. His entire life, he had been a car fanatic. He was quite proud of his Corvette and enjoyed racing. He shared his father’s passion for automobile shows and mechanical tinkering. He was thrilled with his new motorcycle.
Greg preferred the fast track of life. His faith was Christian. Greg had a strong sense that he was spiritually linked to the universe. He ultimately discovered God in the wild. When he was older, he enjoyed nothing more than spending time outside camping. Greg was one of those people who always made sure to see the sunset, and he always made sure everyone else did, too. He was passionate about photography, the shooting sports, and the art of camouflage. His inventiveness helped him succeed in numerous fields, including business, automobile design, product development, and even fine art. Similarly patriotic was Greg.
His favorite subjects in school were World War I and II. He took great pride in the long line of family and friends who had served in the military. He had a deep appreciation for America and the extraordinary charm of Idaho. Gregory leaves behind a devoted family. John G. Cyronek, his mother Susan S. Cyronek, and his siblings Andrew and Aaron Burns of Weston, Florida, and Tiffany Cyronek of Seattle, Washington, as well as their extended family. On July 12th, 2023, from 6 to 8 pm, the family will receive guests at Wood Funeral Home in Idaho Falls. There will be a private funeral for close relatives and a burial in Alta, Wyoming.