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Lindsay Craven
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Woodie Scott Gregory of 157 Winfield Drive, King, NC was born on September 14, 1960 to Woodie LG and Carol Hoots Gregory. He died at his home on August 14, 2012. He was preceded in death by his father.


Scott is survived by his two beloved daughters, Julie T. Adams and Zoie A. Gregory; his two cherished grandchildren Ava and Mason Adams; his wife, Robin T. Gregory; his mother, Carol H. Gregory; his sister, Brenda K. Gregory; his brother and sister-in-law, L. Gwyn and Renee M. Gregory; his mother -in-law, Zola M. McGuire; his brother-in-law and wife, Ronnie and Tammy Baker; his niece, Ashton B. Gregory; his two nephews, Kyler G. Gregory and Matthew Baker; his aunts, uncles, cousins, and friends.


During his life Scott was blessed in many ways. Along with his other activities, Scott loved his Harley, dirt track racing and going to turkey shoots with his Dad, Eb, Gary, and Mike. He received many blessings from his church family at Grapevine Baptist. Scott was most fortunate to have many faithful friends.


Time passes; it always does, and the dead, they don’t come back, and their death becomes more real; however, as an organ donor, part of Scott will continue to live and he will be lovingly remembered by his family and friends.


A memorial service officiated by Pastor Ronnie Comer was held on Saturday, August 25th at 1:00pm at Grapevine Baptist Church, 7869 Grapevine Road, Lewisville, NC.



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