WARWICK K. GREGSON Warwick K. Gregson, formerly of Honolulu, passed away in Ocean City, California on November 22, 2013 after a lengthy illness. A satellite engineer, he retired in 1992 from Ford Aerospace, Kaena Point. Greg, as he was known, was born on March 1, 1933 in Liverpool, England to parents Alexander Vint Gregson and Phyllis Ramsden Gregson both of whom are deceased. He and his family sailed to America on the maiden voyage of the Queen Mary from England to New York in 1947. From New York, they continued to California so Greg could fulfill his film contract. He starred in two films – “Hills of Home” with Lassie and “The Enchanted” with Gigi Perreau. He later traded his film contract for boy scout camp. After graduating from high school, Greg enlisted in the United States Air Force. Following his four years of military service, he enrolled in and graduated from Cal Poly with a BS in electronics. Greg is survived by two daughters, Hollister Kehaulani Iwashita of Kaneohe, Hawaii and Courtney Kealanani (Paul) Goggin of New South Wales, Australia; four grandchildren who are Jordan (Tiana Yamashita) Iwashita, Taylor Linekona-Gregson, Kela St. John Gregson, and Makana Goggin; one great grandson, Mason Yamashita Iwashita. Services were private.