How did Greg Becks die? Owner of Becks Florist Cause of death Explained

How did Greg Becks die? Owner of Becks Florist Cause of death Explained

The fourth-generation owner of a long-standing local flower shop Gregory “Greg” V. Becks has passed away. Let’s see more details about Greg Becks in the following paragraphs.

What happened to Greg Becks?

Greg Becks passed away at the age of 67. Becks owned Becks Florist in East Peoria, according to the official obituary. He was preceded in death by his mother and his grandparents.

“Our family has been very blessed to do what we have done over the years,” says Greg’s younger brother Victor, who expresses appreciation for the staff for all they’ve done through it all. “There’s no doubt that Greg will be missed, but the fact that we have such an awesome team, things will continue on.”

In addition to his father, Bill Becks, Greg is survived by his soulmate and best friend, Mary Reynolds; daughter, Ash “Miss A” Reynolds; brother, Victor (Sue) Becks; and his cherished dog, Tala AKA Tally wacker. Greg also leaves behind his much-beloved staff.

Cause of Death

On January 14, 2023, Gregory V. Becks, 67, of Pekin passed away at OSF St. Francis Medical Center.

His cause of death has not been made public, but given that his passing was reported in the OSF St. Francis Medical Center Adult Heart Unit, he may have had cardiac problems.

A gathering of friends and family will be held from 5-8 p.m. on Wednesday, January 18, 2023, at Davison-Fulton Woodland Chapel in Peoria. Memorial contributions may be made to OSF St. Francis Medical Center Adult Heart Unit.

Online condolences and tributes may be made at www.davison-fulton.com.

Greg Becks -Fourth-generation Florists

Greg was a fourth-generation florist and owner of Becks Florist, which has been in business since 1934. Through the business, he brought happiness and many smiles to others with his love of plants and flowers.

He graduated from Bradley University and was proud of his working relationship with them throughout the years. Greg was an integral part of the surrounding business community and treasured those relationships. He was kind and generous to many; his generosity often went unseen.

Greg enjoyed reading, building Legos, golfing, and spending time with his dog, Tala. He loved traveling with Mary and Ash and exploring the world as a family. Greg touched the lives of many, and his presence will be missed.

Becks about Busiest days of the year

Becks Florist owner Greg Becks says the holiday is one of their busiest single days of the year. Other busy holidays like Mother’s Day or Christmas span several days or weeks. On Friday, employees started working before 6 a.m. and preparations began to get flowers out the door and delivered across central Illinois.

“They can walk up to the door, there’s somebody there – ‘Is that for me?’ and that’s what it’s about,” said Becks. Many of the arrangements and orders have options for a variety of flowers with balloons, stuffed animals, or treats.

Adding to the rush of Valentine’s Day delivery was cold weather. It meant Becks had to add drivers to routes so they could alternate between being out in the cold. The weather also caused some districts to cancel school, which meant deliveries going to those schools needed a new drop-off location.

Condolences Posted on Social Media

On Greg Becks Page posted

Over the weekend we lost a beloved member of the Becks family. Greg touched the lives and hearts of many, and it breaks our hearts to share this news. If you have any fond memories of Greg, whether it be ordering flowers from Becks Florist, or if it is a personal memory you shared with him, we would love to read them in our comments section on this post.

Memorial contributions can be made to OSF St. Francis Medical Center Adult Heart Unit.

Gary Posted

The 1st Beck’s Florist was at the corner of Missouri Avenue and Corrington Avenue in Peoria. I remember him as a kid in the neighborhood.

Emily Posted

I am so sorry to hear about Greg’s passing. I am sending my heartfelt condolences and love to his whole family and the staff at Beck’s Florist. May his memory be a blessing. RIP

Gregg Posted

Sorry, Vic. Greg your brother was a good gentle man. Will never forget playing basketball with him and everybody in the neighborhood on your basketball court on Timothy. Prayers

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