ROGGIN GREG PHYLLIP ROGGIN Born May 29, 1969 in Boston, Massachusetts. Greg died in San Diego, California on October 6, 2016 at the age of 47. Greg leaves behind his wife, Enna Roggin; son, Noah Roggin; mother, Susan King Wit; father, Dr. Gary Roggin and his fiancée, Nina Schattner; brother, Dr. Kevin Roggin and sister-in-law, Jennifer Roggin; brother, Kurt Serrano; brother, Jesse Ryback; brother Dylan Ryback and sister-in-law, Nancy Ryback; brother, Dr. Lucas Ryback and sister- in-law, Dr. Ciara Byrne; mother-in-law, Cecilia Mantilla and brother-in-law, Edgar Correa. Greg was the uncle of Jake and Ryan Roggin; Aibhlin, Rohan and Nora Ryback; Kaden, Cian and Julia Ryback. He was the grandson of Sol and Jennie King, and Sophie and Albert Roggin. He was the nephew of Phyllis King Weiner and Drs. Gail and Robert Wilensky. Greg attended Primary Day School in Bethesda, MD; Potomac School in McLean, VA; Landon School in Bethesda, MD and Walt Whitman High School in Bethesda, MD. Greg received a B.A. in History, Japanese and Political Science from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, MI, where he was Vice President of Delta Kappa Epsilon, a member of Michigan's Sailing Team and was on the Dean's List. Greg received a M.A. in Japanese and a J.D., with honors, from Washington University in St. Louis, MO. He earned first place honors twice in the Phillip C. Jessep International Moot Court Competition; received first place honors in the Negotiation Competition, Client Counseling Competition and won The International Academy of Trial Lawyer's Award. He was elected to Law Review as Articles Editor and served as Law Clerk to Professor Gordon H. Hylton. Greg received a LL.M from George Washington University Law School in Washington, DC where he served as an adjunct professor. He was a Judicial Extern and Law Clerk to Hon. Randal R. Rader and a Law Clerk to Hon. Harold C. Wegner. He co-authored "Japanese Patent Law" with Hon. Harold C. Wegner. Greg's professional career: Associate at Lowe Price LeBlanc and Becker in Alexandria, VA; Senior Associate at Pennie and Edmonds in Washington, DC; Equity Partner at O'Melveny and Myers LLP in Washington, DC; Managing Member of the Intellectual Property Licensing Group and Of Counsel at Weintraub Tobin in San Diego, CA. Greg spoke fluent Japanese and earned a black belt in karate as a teenager. He loved: dogs (especially his late Doberman Jalen), playing the piano, technology and chocolate ice cream. He was an avid fan of his beloved Michigan Wolverines...Go Blue. But far above all academic, professional and personal achievements, Greg was an extremely generous and exquisitely kind man. He was always helpful, without being asked, to brothers, parents, friends, animals and those in need. Greg would never harm a living creature and was deeply spiritual. He had a wickedly dry sense of humor and an infectious laugh. But most of all, he dearly loved his wonderful wife Enna and was passionately dedicated to his most precious son Noah whom he said he couldn't love more under any circumstances. He will be missed far beyond the ability any words have to express our loss. The world will shine so much less brightly without him here. Rest in peace our dearest one. A private oceanfront service was held by the immediate family in La Jolla, CA on October, 9. If one wishes to do so, donations can be made in Greg's memory and to honor his son Noah, to the Autism Society of America at http://<a rel="nofollow" href="http:// www.autism-society.org/go/donate/ .A"> www.autism-society.org/go/donate/.A private oceanfront service was held by the immediate family in La Jolla, CA on October, 9. If one wishes to do so, donations can be made in Greg's memory and to honor his son Noah, to the Autism Society of America at http://www.autism-society.org/go/donate/ .
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