SMSgt Gregory Alan Angstadt | July 22, 1969 - November 3, 2018

age 49, of Medway, OH, passed away peacefully surrounded by family and friends on Saturday, November 3, 2018, following a brief, courageous battle with cancer. Greg was born July 22, 1969 in Reading, PA to Charles W. Angstadt Jr. and Louise Ann (Harting) Olmstead.

Greg was a 1987 graduate of Daniel Boone High School and earned a Bachelors of Science (cum laude) in Applied Management. He proudly dedicated his life to serving his country, beginning with the US Navy, and was currently a member of the Ohio Air National Guard, previously serving Illinois and Kansas. During his career, Greg received numerous medals and commendations. He was a well respected and very loved Senior member of the enlisted force of the 178th Wing. Greg was an avid outdoorsman and enjoyed camping, boating and fishing. He had a very optimistic and reassuring presence, with a witty sense of humor and genuine heart. Greg was a dedicated father, who was very involved in his children's activities and sports.

Greg's family would like to acknowledge their appreciation for the love and support which has been shown to them, especially from the 178th Wing in Springfield, Ohio.

He is survived by the love of his life and soul mate, Dianna K. (Schmidgall), whom he married April 4, 1992; his children: Cody Michael, Cole Matthew, and Caitlin Morgan, all of Medway; his mother: Louise; sister: Jean; brother: David (Lisa); step-brothers: Steven and John and step-sister: Cheryl; as well as many extended family members and friends. He was preceded in death by his father, Charles and step-father, L. James Olmstead.

A Celebration of Greg's life with military honors will be held 4 PM Thursday, November 8th at the Restoration Park Church, 55 Restoration Park Drive, Medway, Ohio with Chaplain Joseph Branch officiating. The family will have a visitation for friends and family from 1 PM Thursday until the time of service at the church. Online condolences may be made to (Arrangements entrusted to the McColaugh Funeral Home, Inc., 826 N. Detroit St., Xenia.)

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