Vicky Whitney posted a condolence
Monday, November 30, 2020
Grenville was a dear friend during my college years at Sarah Lawrence, and we remained friends for many years after. My Mom loved playing tennis with him, my Dad loved talking about Groton School with him, my kids thought he was so cool when he played FDR at a theater near Boston. He was a kind, sensitive, lovely person, always asking about others before talking about himself. I know that he took his acting career very seriously, and he was good at his craft. But he had so many other interests, like cooking and tennis and poetry and literature, which he loved also. So sorry to hear of Gren's death. A wonderful person whomI will never forget and am happy to have known. Vicky Milbank Whitney
Susanna Long posted a condolence
Monday, September 28, 2020
I loved Mr. Cuyler’s enthusiasm as my first theater teacher. He was at Concord Academy, and he was so inspiring! I loved his classes so much, and I even continued acting in college. Thank you :)
sally solomon posted a condolence
Monday, September 28, 2020
I will miss Mr. Cuyler, my Concord Academy theatre director. Thank you, Mr. Cuyler, may you rest in peace
Lumkong Family posted a condolence
Tuesday, June 2, 2020
My family routinely ran through Meadow Lakes Community since 2001. Gren was a standout of the Community to our family and others, a pleasure to cross paths during every weather condition and an inspiration in so many ways. His tall lean statue and red track suit was a welcome site and we appreciated the mutual acknowledment /encouragement on every crossing. We will miss him!
Mike J posted a condolence
Wednesday, May 13, 2020
I was a student at University School in Milwaukee when Mr. Cuyler was the drama teacher. He cast me as Gandalf in a production of "The Hobbit"--and he cast a shy, awkward and unpopular boy named Freddy in the title role. For me it was a real stretch--I was introverted, reticent, and unsure of myself. But because it was so unlike what I've done in the rest of my life, the experience stands out. I think Mr. Cuyler chose me because he suspected the experience would be good for me. He was right, it was. It was even better for Freddy. He did a great job, memorizing not only his lines but everyone else's as well, and for years afterwards when I ran into him at school or in town he would say, "Hi, Gandalf! Still remember your lines? I do!" The play had been a shining moment for him, his one chance to be a star. Mr. Cuyler was one of those great teachers you remember. Unbeknownst to me at the time, he also demonstrated by example that it's best to live by principle and do good for others even when it's not the popular choice. I still remember his dedication to the theater, to acting, and to his students. I'm grateful to him. Rest in peace.
Elana Berlinger posted a condolence
Sunday, February 23, 2020
Gren was a neighbor of mine in Meadow Lakes. He was a delight to know. He always went out for a run, whether it was 95 degrees or 20. His love of literature was contagious. I miss seeing him in his orange running suit.
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Wednesday, February 12, 2020
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