Harold "Wayne" Greer Jr.

May 8, 1965October 10, 2021

Harold “Wayne” Greer. Jr., 56, passed away on Sunday October 10, 2021 at Moses Cone Hospital.

Wayne was born in Guilford County on May 8, 1965 a son to Harold Wayne Greer, Sr. and Brenda Jean Frazier. He graduated from Ragsdale High School, was known to be a hard worker, expert welder and ironworker. He had a great love for Harley Davidson motorcycles and enjoyed working on VW bugs. Some of his best times spent were kayaking with friends, and spending times with his nieces and making them laugh. He played guitar, like to cook, loved camping and aggravating his sisters. Wayne was preceded in death by his father, Harold “Pid” Wayne Greer, Sr.; grandparents, Red and Ruby Greer; grandmother, Doris MacDowell.

Surviving are his mother, Brenda F. Darnell; sisters, Jeanie Krulish and husband Bobby, and Cyndi Lampart; nieces, Lauren Krulish, Hailey Krulish and Kenna Lampart.

A celebration of Wayne’s life will be at 6:00 pm Thursday at Advantage Funeral & Cremation Service Chapel in Greensboro with Rev. Robbie & Jenny McMackin officiating. The family will receive friends from 4:00 -6:00 pm prior to the service at the funeral home. Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at for the Greer family.


  • Receive Friends

    Thursday, October 14, 2021

  • Celebration of Life Service

    Thursday, October 14, 2021


Harold "Wayne" Greer Jr.

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Vikki Collie

October 14, 2021

He was a wonderful nephew with many great talents. He loved others deeply and truly. He had a kind heart and a wonderful soul. He gave himself to Christ and became a changed person with more patients, love, and understanding. His time spends with those close to him was wonderful with his music, art, and smile. He will truly be missed by us all.

Montague Dixon

October 12, 2021

I am saddened to learn of Wayne's passing. I have really fond memories of Wayne back to JYL baseball days. He was really good guy and will be missed. May he rest for eternity in God's loving arms.