OBITUARY

Sandra Del Gregory

October 31, 1940September 26, 2020

Sandra Gregory passed away peacefully on September 26, 2020, having spent her last days surrounded by loving family . The Hospice of the Piedmont provided much appreciated care during this difficult period. Sandra was born in Louisville , KY on October 31, 1940 to Ernst and Elsie Metzger.

She spent many happy days of her youth being raised in the Third Lutheran Church, Louisville. She is a graduate of Atherton High school.

On December 1, 1959 she married Fred Gregory. They spent their honeymoon in Washington, DC.

Sandra worked at the UNC School of Nursing,Chapel Hill while Fred was earning his Bachelor's degree.

She was an enthusiastic reader . Above all she was a devoted wife and a beloved mother and grandmother.

In addition to her parents she was preceded in death by her brother David Metzger.

Survivors include husband Fred Gregory ; daughters Kelly Kunkel ( Craig ); Paige Williams ( David ); granddaughters Lena Kunkel and Logan Williams; sisters Linda Perrone and Sherrill Elmers; brother Doug Metzger.

Arrangements are being handled by Advantage Funeral and Cremation, Greensboro, NC 27403.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to College Place United Methodist Church, 509 Tate St,, Greensboro, NC 27403.

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Jim Morgan

October 30, 2020

Fred,
I apologize for being late in this message of condolences to you and your family on Sandra's passing. Stay strong . God bless.

Jim Morgan

Logan Williams

October 22, 2020

My Grandmother (Nonni) was one of a kind! She was the sweetest, most wise women I know. She would bend over backwards for just about anyone and expect nothing in return. I am blessed to have grown up with her in Greensboro. The memories we created make my heart whole. Going to the goodwill, the movie theatre, eating out, playing Skipbo and having the most delightful conversations. She will always be my best friend and guardian angel. I thank her everyday for the fruitful advice she has given me and how she supported me in everything I did over the past 22 years.

I love you Nonni <3

David Williams

September 30, 2020

I couldn’t have asked for a better Mother-in-law. Sandra was a big part of my life for 23 years and I truly will miss her. I have such fond memories of dinners out with her, holidays, trips to the beach and to Louisville to meet her family and see where she grew up. Sandra was such a easy person to talk to and we had a lot of early morning conversations when the night owls were still asleep. It has been an honor to be part of Sandra’s family. I truly enjoyed our many visits over the years.
David

Al Shanahan

September 29, 2020

Fred and Family:
I never met Mrs. Gregory, but like you raised my own family in the Marquette Park Methodist Church. in Gary, Indiana. We too did what you and Mrs. Gregory did with your children at our church, and I send my sincere condolences knowing that your children had the best and loving parents. Your career time away from your family is noted in The Great Book of Life and God is certain to stay close to your wife until you and she are re-united in eternity. Blessings on your family. Respectfully,
Al Shanahan

Judy Faucette Grunwald

September 29, 2020

Sandra and I went through grade school,junior high and Atherton High School together. We were Brownies andGirl Scouts together.
Lots of fun memories.
So sorry for your loss.

Peder "Pete" Anderson

September 27, 2020

Fred,
It was with deep sadness that I heard the news. I can only imagine what your loss must feel like with your beloved partner of many years passing. Rest assured, though, Sandra is now in the best of hands with our Lord. May His peace that passes all understanding comfort and be with you now as you mourn your loss. May God bless you and keep you in his protective grace.
Pete

Linda Perrone

September 27, 2020

Sammer

She taught me to love reading.
She furnished me with James Mitchner and Ian Flemming books. She sewed me the coolest dress I owned in high school.
She gave me Barbara Striesand and Beatles albums. She always gave the best gifts ! Except for the time she and Fred visited for Christmas and gave us all the
flu !
Also, when I was too young to hear it, she told me there was no Easter Bunny.

With Love, Linda

Gay Reagan

September 26, 2020

Fred,

I am at a loss for words. So, so sorry for the loss of your beloved Sandra. May you be comforted by the memories that you had with your Sandra. My heartfelt prayers to you and your family.

Gay

Marilyn Gregory Small

September 26, 2020

Sandra was a wonderful friend and sister-in-law. We bonded early on after she married my brother Fred. She was a wonderful mother to her 2 daughters , a wonderful grand mother to her 2 granddaughters and a devoted and loving wife to her husband. She will be missed so much but is now at peace with her Lord and Savior.

John Coleman

September 26, 2020

Fred: my deepest condolences to you and your wonderful family on the death of your beloved wife. Together for so many years you and your wife provided the world with nothing but goodness. We all will meet again in happiness and love. May she rest in the peace of the Lord until then.

FROM THE FAMILY

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