Deb Gregory

June 3, 1954June 4, 2018

Deb Gregory, age 64, passed away on June 4, 2018. Beloved wife of Rick Gregory for 38 years. Loving mother of John (Shae) Gregory and Stephen (Laura) Gregory. Proud grandmother of Tony Gregory, Brittany Gregory, Brianna Gregory, Rielly Gregory, Drew Gregory, Will Gregory, and Noelle Gregory. Dear great-grandmother of Jake Gregory and Emma Gregory. A memorial gathering will take place on Saturday, June 16, 2018 from 12:00pm until the time of the memorial service at 1:00pm. Memorial contributions can be made to the Juvenile Diabetes Association.


  • Memorial Visitation Saturday, June 16, 2018
  • Memorial Service Saturday, June 16, 2018

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Derek Daniel

June 14, 2018

My heartfelt thoughts go first to Rick and the family, who Deb loved and cared for deeply; to her clients, who loved her and benefited from her devotion to them; to her friends, who were well chosen and loyal; and to her colleagues, whom she brought experience, laughter, and humility. I only knew Deb for a couple of years, but she left her mark. I will miss seeing her and the way she lifted people around her up. Maybe we can all be a little bit "Deb" in that way.

allan rubin

June 10, 2018

Just heard about Debs passing and was shocked. Seems like just yesterday I was talking to her.
She will be missed, me and my whole family send their condolences and want you to know that she is in our prayers.

Barbara Ciesinnski

June 10, 2018

May she rest in peace and may God guide you and be with you in this time of grief.
Barb Ciesinski

Juli Butkus

June 8, 2018

I am deeply saddened by the loss of my most dear friend, Deb. Tons of wonderful memories that will remain in my heart forever. Rick - you and your family are in our thoughts and prayers. Love always, Juli and Dan

Sandy and Rod Lindsey-Mugridge

June 8, 2018

Our deepest sympathy Rick, Pat and to all of the family. My memories of Deb are more than 35 years in the making. Our friendship since undergrad when we were poor colleague students at WSU, before we shared in each others weddings and married he men we love has stood the test of time. I will miss your smile, you energy your optimism, your kindness and love more than words can express. You have been taken from this corporeal world far too soon for any of those you have left behind to begin to manage in your absence.

You have been and always will be the sister of my heart. Our memories of you Deb will forever be marked by the fun and fellowship we have shared with you and Rick and of course the puppies. Sharing time together at home or to the ports, of call and locations we have traveled together will always be remembered with a smile and gratitude that we did these things together. Whether it be cruising the Mediterranean, touring Rome, or Mykonos, Athens, Ephesus, Rhodes, Santorini, Naples, or just relaxing on a Mexican beach, searching a golf course for a missing ball or the great times in Vegas, these experiences were some of the best times of our lives and we feel blessed that we share these common memories.

Your life has touched ours in ways to deep and voluminous to express in writing but it is and always will be these memories that we cling to . You my dearest friend are unforgettable and we are forever changed by having the honor to know and love you. We will carry you in our hearts forever.
Eternal peace and love my friend. Sandy and Rod

Jim and Diane Luxton

June 8, 2018

We are very sadden to hear of the premature death of Debby. We remember with happy memories of dinner togethers and all the fun we had. Debby was a beautiful person inside and out and she and her smile will always be missed. Rick, you and your family are in our prayers at your time of sorrow.

Jake Heusted

June 8, 2018

Deb was a compationate person who dedicated her life to helping others. I am a fortunate person who received her help and love through school and employment. I will carry on her legacy of helping others as long as god lets me. You will be missed.

Diane and Cal Rix

June 8, 2018

Rick and family we are saddened to hear of Deb's passing. The four of us traveled together to Reno and Northern California many many years ago with a convention. Our rooms were by each other and morning coffee was mentioned. Not a problem-she had her electric percolator in her suitcase! I still think about that-she was a special person and one we will never forget.💞