OBITUARY

Gregory Scott Bogue

March 9, 1971November 22, 2018
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Gregory Scott Bogue was born on March 9, 1971 and passed away on November 22, 2018

  • FAMILY

  • Maria Bogue, Wife
  • Everett Bogue, Son
  • Christa Kelley, Daughter
  • Tracy Kelley, Son-in-law
  • Maridian Bogue, Daughter
  • Kevin Pacheco, Son-in-law
  • Lorelei Pacheco, Grandchild
  • Ryan Kelley, Grandchild
  • Rosa Molina, Mother-in-law
  • Trinidad Molina, Father-in-law
  • 4 Sister-in-laws
REMEMBERING

Gregory Scott Bogue

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Maridan Bogue

December 10, 2018

Well dad, it’s been a few weeks and I didn’t really know what to say on here. The last night we spent with you we cooked out, made s’mores, and talked about my school. We had a really good night with you that we didn’t know would be our last and I’m sorry I wasn’t there. You told me not to quit and I’m trying hard to hang in there but we’ll see what happens from here. Thank you for always being the funny guy you were and thank you for being a part of Lorelei’s life, she asks about you every single day and loved you so much. You meant so much to a lot of people, dad. We love you and we will miss you so much.

Maria Bogue

December 8, 2018

Babe ,
I want you to know and remember that all the family vacations we had to the beach with the kids while they were small and grow. We will once again take that special one trip and you too will enjoy that trip the kips and grandbabies, and bring that smile to your pop pop face once again.
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Mara

Maria Perez

December 4, 2018

Maria, I am so sorry for loss. My deepest condolences to you and your family.

Edward Villarreal

November 28, 2018

I worked with him for a short time, but he was a great coworker. We always called each other. He would always call before Christmas to see how we were doing in San Antonio. He will be missed here in San Antonio.

John Pistokache

November 28, 2018

Greg,
Every since I heard , I keep thinking back to a day a few years ago when you had come back to work in Cleburne from San Antonio.
You had to be recertified to drive a company vehicle so they sent me and you out together so i could " recertify " your driving.
I asked you what i was supposed to do and you laughed and said " make sure im doing it right "
That became the running joke that whole day, everything from changing the radio station to a burp was followed up with " did i do that right ?! "
Last stop of the day, we get stuck in the mud. Im outside hammering rocks under the tires, you floor it, gravel and mud flinging everywhere, all the while you're hanging out the driver window screaming " AM I DOING IT RIGHT !?" .
Rest in peace brother, we will all miss you.

Larry Story

November 28, 2018

I've known Greg since 2009 when I started to work at Coastal Chemical. He was always very helpful with everyone. Always had a smile and laughing (what we called the Greg laugh). After I was promoted into the office he was transferred form the chemical side to the oil side about a year ago. Greg worked directly under me. Everyday I would receive a phone call from wanting to know if there was anything called in that needed to be done for the day. Wish we had more Greg's in the world. He will be missed but never forgotten, because Greg will always be in our hearts and memories. My deepest condolences to Maria and the children.

Joe Nichols

November 28, 2018

Yesterday i said my last goodbye to a dear friend Greg Bogue. We became friends in a short period of time and i must say he was some one you could not be friends with. He was funny,loving and very out spoken. He loved his family so very much. He was one of those guy's who went out of his way to help you. I will miss him every day because those type of friends only come once in a life time and I'm happy that i had his friendship for a time. When i get to work each day i look at his parking spot and hope to see him pull in. I love you brother and i wish you were still here. R.I.P. I will take it from here and keep your memory alive each day.

Gerald Villanueva

November 28, 2018

Greg was my best friend. We met in 2008 when I started at Coastal Chemical. He made me feel like family. He was funny, giving and always ready to help anyone in need. His death has left a hole in my life that will never be replaced. I am a better person because I was blessed to know him.

Tim Hallock

November 27, 2018

My sincerest condolences to Maria and family on your loss of your beloved Greg. I had the honor of knowing Greg through our work at Total and I can say he was one of a kind. It's rare that a person can come into someone's life and make an impact but Greg was definately one of those people. I know my life was a better having known Greg. Thanks for all the laughs down by the water pit those late nights. Rest in peace brother.

Christa Kelley

November 27, 2018

Hey Dad,
You were a pain in our butts but you don’t even know how much we miss you. Ryan is still very young but we will definitely tell her crazy, hilarious stories about her Pop Pop. I wish you could have seen the little fire cracker she has turned into, kind of reminds me of you sometimes. We miss you more and more each day. See ya later Dad. I love you.

Biography

Gregory Scott Bogue, age 47, of Grand Prairie, Texas passed away on Thursday November 22, 2018. Gregory was born March 9, 1971 in Grand Prairie, Texas to Betty Sue Hyde and Jerry Dale Bogue.

Greg was a loving family man who enjoyed all kinds of music. He was native to Grand Prairie and drove a truck for the Oil Companies.

Gregory is survived by his wife, Maria Bogue; son Everett Bogue; daughter Christa Kelley; son-in-law Tracy Kelley; and daughter Maridian Bogue; mother-in-law Rosa Molina and father-in-law Trinidad Molina; grandchild Lorelei Pacheco and grandchild Ryan Kelley.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.grandprairiefh.com for the Bogue family.