lives of thousands of elementary students. When
cancer took his life at age 52, he was even able to help students as far away as
Greg became involved with a library fundraising project in Guatemala through his colleague
Pat Lehman, a fellow school counselor who serves on the Cincinnati advisory
board of Miracles in Action. Gregg was the very first donor to the library. When it became clear that
Greg was in his final days, Pat, who helped spearhead fundraising for the
San Antonio Sija library, suggested dedicating it in Rocca’s honor. He died on
On August 6, Greg’s wife, Mary Lynn Roca and several Miracles in Action volunteers took part in the dedication of the new library and computer center. Hundreds of students, parents, and community leaders gathered for the ceremony, sharing their songs and welcoming traditions.
Making a difference … at home and in Guatemala … a legacy of learning lives on.
Photos from the library dedication: