Goodbye to Our Friend


It is with sincere sorrow that we, the staff of Clermont Senior Services and our Board of Trustees, share the news of the loss of our colleague, friend and integral part of our CSS family, Greg Carson.

Greg came to the agency in 2007 as the Chief Financial Officer after working in the manufacturing industry as an accountant, primarily wanting to settle back in his Clermont County “home” and be part of something that made a difference in the lives of others.  He found that home here and his skills, expertise, leadership and compassion for others is part of the very foundation of CSS, Service with Heart.

Here, at Clermont Senior Services, Greg lived our Mission.  I could not have asked for anyone better with whom to work so closely.  Greg’s professional work ethic was unquestionable.  This strong foundation carried through in both his professional and personal life.

Greg’s sudden passing has been devastating to us, but he has, also, had an indelible impact on the core of our Clermont County community.  Devoted and centered to his Christian faith, Greg was active in his lifelong church, The Williamsburg United Methodist Church, an active member of the Clermont County Republican Central Committee, Fiscal Officer for Williamsburg Township and above everything, his life was totally devoted to his wife, Bonnie, and their two sons, Cooper and Graham.

Being truly engaged in their lives meant being part of their activities every step of the way. Bonnie’s family is heavily involved in the equestrian world and the boys learned to ride and show their horses early.  This was a source of great pride for Greg who, if you have known him, you know that every picture (other than UC Bearcats football or basketball games – and most of those) is centered around his family.  His Facebook page, the walls of his office and his home are showered with family photo collages dating back to Bonnie and his wedding and the boys’ births.  Tremendously proud of both of his sons, we love hearing about their sports events over the weekends and four-wheeler family adventures and, most recently, the addition of their third dog in the Carson household.

Greg was incredibly proud of his life partner and his wife, Bonnie.  Everything centered around Bonnie and their boys.  Bonnie’s strength, her wisdom, her guidance, her faith and her love were things about which Greg often spoke.  He knew Bonnie was his rock and would sometimes joke that she even protected him from himself at times! J  Their lives were hectic, but deeply blessed, and they never took their blessings for granted.

Well, we have been blessed to have Greg and his family part of our CSS family.

He has left a legacy everywhere you look.

-Cindy Gramke- CEO, Clermont Senior Services

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  • Jan 6, 2022
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