Gregory Lee Mayberry
September 9, 1963 – January 24, 2019
Gregory Lee Mayberry was born the second of five children on September 9th, 1963 to Mitchell and Linda Mayberry of Carrollton, Texas. He passed into heaven on January 24th, 2019 at the age of 55. He worked for ATT for 20 years, using his knowledge of electronics to solve communications issues. He held a Ham radio license, an NRA membership, and was a licensed concealed handgun carrier. He’s preceded in death by his father, Mitchell Mayberry and brother Steve Mayberry. He’s survived by his mother, Linda Mayberry, wife Lauri and son Ethan, step children Rebecca and Bobby Evans, brothers Mitch Mayberry and wife Leah, Mike Mayberry and wife Sandy, sister Patti Barnard and sister-in-law Suzan Mayberry, nephews Hunter, Travis, Kyle, Jarrett, McIver, Keegan and Parker and niece Sarah. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday, January 29th at 2:00 at First Baptist Church of Carrollton with public visitation at 1:00. A graveside memorial will be held at Hilltop Cemetery immediately afterwards. In lieu of flowers, the family is requesting donations be made to the Mayberry Memorial Fund which is dedicated to fighting colorectal cancer (http://www.mayberrymemorial.com/donate/).
- Survived by his mother, Linda Mayberry, wife Lauri and son Ethan, step children Rebecca and Bobby Evans, brothers Mitch Mayberry and wife Leah, Mike Mayberry and wife Sandy, sister Patti Barnard and sister-in-law Suzan Mayberry, nephews Hunter, Travis, Kyle, Jarrett, McIver, Keegan and Parker and niece Sarah.
- Visitation Tuesday, January 29, 2019
- Funeral Service Tuesday, January 29, 2019
- Graveside Service Tuesday, January 29, 2019
Gregory Lee Mayberry
January 26, 2019
So unbelievably sad to hear of Greg's passing. I had the privilege of coaching Greg when he was a member of the Newman Smith HS Varsity Basketball Team. He was without doubt one of the most talented players we ever had to wear the Trojan uniform. Greg's easy going demeanor and his ever present smile are qualities not soon to be forgotten. Thank you to Greg and the entire Mayberry Family for being a big part of my life. Please know all of you are being lifted up in prayer.
January 25, 2019
I worked with Greg for many years. He was always a kind and friendly man that never appeared to be displeased by anything. He was an honor to work with and I'm will be missed by his friends and family. We were all lucky to have shared time with him.