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A Sudden and Tragic Loss

Gregg Faus passed away suddenly on November 11, 2021. While the details are still developing, we have heard from so many of you asking for DAWG Nation’s assistance. We at DAWG Nation offer our deepest condolences to the Faus family, Littleton Hockey and his teammates across the area.

Gregg Was That Guy… (contributed by Kevin Scriboni)

As many folks know once you reach the men’s league level of your hockey career there are no assigned seats in the locker room, so if you arrive early enough you are able to pick your spot for the evening. Gregg was one of those players who was never late to a game and was generally one of the first guys in the locker room. Most nights Gregg & I would walk in together as I too don’t like to rush to get suited up for beer league battle. In true dude fashion I wouldn’t sit right next to him because that would be “weird”. Instead I’d sit directly across from Gregg so that we could have a conversation while facing each other.

We’d discuss the normal stuff like fatherhood, traffic, the weather and getting old until the rest of the team filled in. What I enjoyed most about watching the team join us is that the spots on either side of Gregg would always fill in first. Gregg was that guy… the guy with the welcoming smile. His good attitude & positive demeanor was contagious and consistent. He wasn’t a loud man nor was he quiet, however on the ice he was quiet enough to alway find himself sitting backdoor and wide open waiting to bury the puck in the back of the net. The amount of backdoor goals he scored was unprecedented.

If you were fortunate enough to play on a team with Gregg you know that he was an amazing teammate, a great hockey dad, a good friend and a family first kind of guy. He will be greatly missed on and off the ice by many. 

We will continue to update the site as we get more information.

You can also help through the gift of a meal for Anissa and the boys through this mealtrain link the Littleton Hawks are organizing. Meal Train


Your donation will help the family of Gregg Faus, who DAWG Nation has selected as a grant recipient from its charitable class. Your contribution is made with the understanding that DAWG Nation has complete control and administration over the use of all donated funds in pursuit of its charitable purposes and in support of its charitable class.

6 thoughts on “Donate To the Family of Gregg Faus”

  1. What a beautiful tribute to a great dad, husband, and brother. He will be so greatly missed. Thank you for sharing.
    Peace and comfort to Gregg’s family and friends.
    Peggy Clow

  2. Anissa, we are deeply saddened by the loss of your dear husband Gregg. Your Fairfield Family is thinking of you and the boys during this sad time. May the love of those around you provide the comfort and peace to get you through the days ahead. With all our love, Kim, Gina, Sue, Liz, Stacy, Linda and the entire FF team. We love you Anissa.

  3. Alissa, you don’t know me but my sister is Amy Papesh. She shared your story with me. My husband also passed unexpectedly, a few years ago leaving me with our own young children. I know how it really truly takes a village and I want to offer you my support, in any way you might need it. I mean that. It truly takes a village. I am a part of that of village, in any way that I can be. Please, reach out to her and she will connect you with me. I can scream with you, drink with you, cook with you and cry or laugh with you. I am here for you. Day, night whatever. Just know, that I know. No words. I got you.
    I am with you and my heart and prayers are yours entirely.

  4. Anissa, words cannot express my heartfelt condolences to you and your family. I pray that the love you shared with Gregg will live on in your heart and guide you through this difficult journey. Love and prayers for you and your boys. Bernadette

  5. Anissa, I loved all the photos you’ve posted of your family. You could see the love all of you shared. My prayers n sincerest condolences for your loss. Hilda

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