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Larry Wilson Duncan

April 9, 1937 ~ April 9, 2020

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John Gerald Cioffi

May 10, 1919 ~ April 6, 2020

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Marjorie Louise Cook

October 22, 1918 ~ April 6, 2020

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Louis Hurley Dupree

August 20, 1927 ~ April 7, 2020

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William Daniel Henderson

August 18, 1943 ~ April 2, 2020

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William Kyle Parker

October 17, 1996 ~ March 31, 2020

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Carrie Ann Gilbert

Jan. 2, 1933 ~ April 3, 2020

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Marie R. Franks

January 15, 1932 ~ March 31, 2020

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Maynard Gregory



October 29, 1946 ~ January 11, 2020

ANGIER– Wesley Maynard Gregory, Sr., 73, passed away at his home surrounded by his loving family on Saturday. Born and raised on a small farm in Harnett County, Maynard was the son of the late Daily London and Irma Ogburn Gregory. Maynard graduated from Angier High School in 1965. He served in the National Guard for six years after high school. During the time following high school he furthered his education and became licensed in the plumbing, HVAC and electrical fields. Maynard went on to become co-owner and operator of Young’s Electric Inc. in Angier where he worked for 50 years before his retirement on January 1, 2019. He was known to his family as a man who could fix nearly anything. Maynard enjoyed taking care of his property especially cutting the grass with his John Deere lawnmower. He enjoyed tinkering with and operating model planes in his spare time at Swamps R/C Club in Duncan, NC. He was also known as a wonderful wood worker who could build anything. Maynard truly cherished his family and worked hard to provide for them and protect them, leaving an outstanding legacy for all he loved.

A funeral service will be held on Thursday, January 16th at 11:00 AM at Angier Baptist Church. Burial will follow at Kennebec Baptist Church Cemetery, Angier. The family will receive friends on Wednesday, January 15th from 6:00-8:00 PM at Bryan-Lee Funeral Home, Angier.

Maynard is survived by his loving wife of 52 years, Yvonne Y. Gregory; daughter, Kimberly Gregory Owens and husband, Daniel of Angier; son, Wesley Maynard Gregory, Jr. and wife, Erica of Angier; grandchildren, Alexandra Owens, Caden Gregory, Dylan Owens, Aspen Gregory, Keenan Gregory, Sebastian Owens, Easton Gregory; sisters, Janice Hawley of Willow Spring, Daphene Barnes of Angier, Lynette Baker and husband, Joe of Virginia, Dorenda “Dee” Holland and husband, Brad of Raleigh; brothers, Larry Gregory and wife, Peggy of Raleigh, Warren Gregory and wife, Gwen of Raleigh; sisters-in-law, Dorothy Gregory, Joyce Gregory, Alicia Gregory, Dot Gregory; numerous nieces and nephews that Maynard cherished deeply; his best friend, David Brown and wife, Joy of Lillington.

In addition to his parents, he is preceded in death by a granddaughter, Kaitlyn Owens; sisters, Elouise Mangum, Ollie Faye Brown; brothers, Billy Ray Gregory, Doward Gregory, James Gregory, Danford Gregory.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to UNC Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center in memory of Maynard Gregory, 450 West Dr. Chapel Hill, NC 27514 or to your favorite charity in his memory.


Visitation

January 15, 2020

6:00-8:00 PM

Bryan-Lee Funeral Home
300 E. McIver St. Angier, NC 27501

Service

January 16, 2020

11:00 AM

Angier Baptist Church
155 S. Hickory St. Angier, NC 27501

The burial will follow at Kennebec Baptist Church Cemetery, Angier.

Guestbook

  1. Kent Porter

    Fly High my friend!

  2. Dan and Joyce Andrews

    Our warm thoughts, love, prayers and heartfelt sympathy are with you and your family in your great loss.

  3. Joseph Hayes

    The life Maynard Gregory lived speaks volumes of all his ambitions while he done his duty here on earth. Maynard was as tough as leather and as ridgid as steel. He said what he meant and he ment what he said. As I worked by Maynard’s side on different job sites , I knew he wanted his work to be beyond satisfaction and right beside excellence. There were plenty of times while talking with that I realized those grandkids had him hooked ! lol! But most remembered moments was when he supported my family while my son and his granddaughter at such young ages encountered a sichness they had no control over. I saw right then his love for family and also to be a God-fearing man. He always had great advice for anywhere he would see me and would get off his swing or golf cart and ride down to the shop to help me fix an old busted water pump with some strap- iron ,nails and duct tape. He said “Son that’ll gotcha through the weekend don’t worry what it looks like and run with it! Maynard , it was great spending at little time with you here getting to know over the last 28 years was an honor. Enjoy that first plate of collards!!!😊🕊

  4. Cindy Jones

    I remember watching you and Aunt Tootsie when you would sit together on the sofa at Christmas at Grandma’s house. I thought you two looked like a glamourous Hollywood couple. I think you two were the first couple that represented what I think “true love” looks like. I’m so thankful you are at rest with our Savior. Love you and grateful you were my Uncle.

  5. Ann H. Medlin

    My thoughts and prayers are with you—Tootsie, Kimberly, and Wesley—during this very difficult time. Maynard and all the Gregory’s are very special to me—I only wish we could have known each other sooner in life. I have enjoyed being included in your gatherings and remember so fondly the delicious BBQ Maynard cooked. He was a delight to know and a true gentleman. I am so proud to say he was a very special cousin of mine. Remember God will take care of you during the coming days. Love and sympathy, Ann Honeycutt Medlin

  6. Rick and Gail Cawley

    My husband and Maynard flew R/C planes together. He was such a nice man and will be greatly missed. Sending our condolences to the Gregory family. Gone to soon.

  7. Ann H. Medlin

    My thoughts and prayers are with you all—Tootsie, Kimberly, and Wesley—during this difficult time. Maynard and all the Gregory’s are very special to me—I only wish we could have known each other much sooner in life. I have enjoyed being included in your gatherings and remember so fondly the delicious BBQ Maynard cooked. He was a delight to know and be around—a true gentleman! I’m so proud to say he was a very special cousin of mine. Remember God will help you through the coming days. With lots of love and sympathy, Ann Honeycutt Medlin

  8. Jimmy and Vickie Giles.

    Yvonne Jimmy and I are so sorry for your loss.Our prayers will be for you and your family that GOD wrap HIS loving arms around each one and that you will feel HIS love and that HE will give each one of you peace and comfort during this difficult time.

  9. Jim and Phyllis Alford

    Our thought and prayers are with you all and so sorry for your loss. We have many fond memories spent with your family. May God comfort and give you peace in the coming days.

    Love, Jim and Phyllis Alford

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