Greg Ira Eveloff

Greg Ira Eveloff, died August 30th, 2014, while vacationing with his loving family in Maui, Hawaii.  He was known as The Gregger by his friends and family, In his 60 years he profoundly touched everyone who had the opportunity to meet him. To know Greg was to love him. Kind. Generous. Gentle. Caring. Selfless. Humble. Greg was an incredible husband, father, brother, and friend and will be sorely missed by all. Greg, born in Council Bluffs, Iowa, was the youngest child of Lee and Sam Eveloff. He attended Arizona State University, where he met his lifelong love and very best friend, Mikki Bronska Eveloff. They married on January 10th, 1976, in St. Louis, Missouri, and after living a short time in Omaha, Nebraska, they packed their bags and headed west to Scottsdale. Greg and Mikki shared a love and marriage that one reads in fairy tales. They raised three wonderful children; Adam, Ryan and Ashley. Their relationship was one filled with laughter, love, and mutual respect. Greg would do anything for his family. An example is the dance he shared with his daughter Ashley on her wedding day last May. The dance ranged from ballroom to shimmying, and just like Greg lived his life, he danced with elegance, passion and flair. Greg’s other love were his retail clothing stores; The Clotherie, Bonafide Goods and R&R Surplus Clothing located at the Biltmore Fashion Park. When Greg arrived in Scottsdale, he started as a sales associate at The Clotherie, and within a couple of years, Greg took on ownership. He worked tirelessly, had impeccable taste, and loved making his customers look fabulous. It was Greg’s passion, vision and leadership that led the Clotherie to its highest rankings in the clothing industry. The Clotherie has won numerous industry awards, including top honors from Esquire Magazine, MRKetplace, and Ranking Arizona. Greg is survived by his wife Mikki Bronska Eveloff. His children Adam Garcia Eveloff (Katrina Garcia Eveloff), Ryan Eveloff, Ashley Eveloff Ludwig (Tyler Ludwig). Greg had two grandchildren, Jacob and Liliana Garcia Eveloff (children of Adam and Katrina). He is also survived by his in-laws that loved him as their own son, Herbert and Nancy Bronska of St. Louis, Missouri. Greg’s sisters and brothers include: Roz Hoffman (Gary Bilderback), Mark Eveloff (Dani), Michael Bronska (Cindy), Suzy Bronska Fig, Larry Bronska (Ellen), Linda Weisman Nathanson (Mark) and numerous nieces and nephews. A celebration of Greg’s life will be held Sunday, September 21, 2014 at 11:00 AM at the US Airways Center. Parking is complimentary. A donation in honor of Greg can be made to any of Greg’s three favorite charities: Phoenix Suns Charities, Boys and Girls Club of Scottsdale, Arizona and Cortney’s Place.