Mount Olivet Funeral Home & Cemetery

1101 Lebanon Pike, Nashville, TN


Gregory Vinton LEES

May 14, 1960January 14, 2020

Gregory Vinton Lees "Greg" was born May 14, 1960 in Chattanooga, Tennessee to parents Andrew Lyon Lees, Jr. and Valerie Wheeler Lees. He passed away Tuesday, January 14, 2020 in Nashville, Tennessee. He was 59 years of age.

Greg was preceded in death by his parents and by his brother-in-law Gary Thompson.

He is survived by his wife Pam; two sisters, Debbie Jones and husband Carl, Anne Thompson; brother, Andrew Lyon Lees, III and his wife Cindy; two nieces Anna Parks and her husband William, Caroline Eiermann and husband Joey and two great nieces and great nephew.

A Graveside Service will be held 10:00 a.m. Friday, January 24, 2020 at the Historic Mount Olivet Cemetery.

In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions requested to be made to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation or to the Nashville Rescue Mission.


  • Graveside Service Friday, January 24, 2020


Gregory Vinton LEES

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Karen Mayo Loyal

January 26, 2020

My parents, MF and Sara Mayo, had nothing but praise for Greg, who helped guide them in their investments for many years. I spoke to him for the first time last December. He was the most helpful, kind, patient, and informative person. I was so impressed. After that 10 or 15 minute conversation, I came away with deep respect for Greg. But mostly, I knew I had met a genuine Christian. That speaks volumes about who he was. I am sure by now he and my father, who was called Home in October, have met up and have enjoyed their reunion. My mother and I am saddened to hear of his passing. Please know you are in our prayers.

Becky Humphreys Smallwood

January 18, 2020

I have many fond memories of our childhood, but to be honest I did not know Greg very well as children. As we grew up I have had several meaningful conversations with Greg. He exuded the Christian Fruits of the Spirit: "Joy, Love, Patience, Kindness, Goodness, Gentleness, Meekness, Humbleness, Long suffering and Self Control." Galations 5:22-23. Greg "Let his light shine for all to see." Matthew 5:16.
I believe he was received into Heaven with a shout, "Well done my good and faithful servant." Matthew 25:21.
We mourn our loss, but our loss is Greg's gain. We will see him again in Heaven for eternity.
All my love and prayers,
Becky Humphreys Smallwood

Lina Humphreys-Thomas

January 18, 2020

Our fathers were good buddies, which gave me the opportunity to know Greg. One thing that stands out in my mind about him is his overwhelming kindness. Through the years we did not see each other much but I always knew we would be there for each other if needed. There came a time when I was unavailable at my aunts funeral where Greg stepped up and shared his kindness to my hurting Daughter Sarah Katherine. I will always be so thankful for that. We have lost a wonderful man and Heaven has gained a beautiful soul!

Pam Brooks

January 17, 2020

Thank you, Debbie, for introducing me to Greg. I felt like he was my brother too. So patient and helpful when guiding me with investments. Those investments helped me so much while raising my children
I was so sad to hear this news. My thoughts and prayers are with all the family