Greengate Mall Revisited


Greengate Mall was a staple of the community for many years. Therefore, it is not surprising that over the years, we've received more than 150 entries about the mall and this website on our guestbook. Many of these comments reflect back on the mall that was once part of many people's lives and to this day is remembered so fondly by many people.

Please feel free to submit an entry or simply browse through our guestbook, no registration required.

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Reply Pete Highlands
9:21 PM on July 28, 2014 

Nice thank you for shareing.

Reply Kim Linhart Picchiarini
4:43 PM on February 20, 2014 

'Thanks for the Memories!'

Reply lori allen
4:59 AM on January 6, 2014 

i have christmas vhs of greengate mall 90s. i also belive there was a store that sold stickers and gummybears and trends stickers--called animal crackers my sister and i bought stuff there when we were young.also toyco--i first moved in area when i was 6yrs old my birthday i got stuff from toyco.

Reply Marcy Felice-Grecco
11:05 AM on December 10, 2013 


I really love all of these wonderful memories! My parents met at Horne's in the 60's. So I guess I could say that if it weren't for Greengate Mall, I would not be here!

Reply lori demann allen
11:33 AM on November 22, 2013 

when i was little girl my mom and dad took us to greengate mall every payday,where we ate dinner or bought stickers at the store animal crackers in the 80s or kay bee or even spencers .good memories,i wish that kind of culture was still in todays way of life.

Reply Frank Ciletti
7:16 AM on February 24, 2013 

I really miss this mall. I use to eat there and sit and watch the birds in the bird cage. Plus the christmas display was always beautiful. It brings back alot of memories of my Mom and Dad ( thier gone now ) taking me shopping with them.

Reply Russ
11:36 PM on January 24, 2013 

I remember years ago when Overly ran the mall. I worked their and also put the Christmas lights and decorations up at his house! That's before it all moved to Westmoreland Fair Grounds.

Reply Shannon Karp Sozzi
5:30 PM on January 17, 2013 

So many memories

Reply David Smith
5:00 PM on January 3, 2013 

I started working at the mall building things for christmas about 80 i think.  I then worked doing odds and ends around the mall untill christmas and easter for the next two years I belive.  I even drove the train before it was the unmaned type they got in the mid 80's.  Oh the good times I had there with friends.

Reply Mike
10:55 AM on January 2, 2013 

Great site. I fondly remember the Christmas decorations at this mall. I also remember the birdcage as a meeting place when my family was done shopping. I'd like to see more pictures and videos. Thanks

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