Ann Underwood Gregory

Salem, Virginia

Feb 23, 1919 – Jun 29, 2013

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Scott Wills with Granny Gregory (circa 1969)

I will miss you Granny. Spending time celebrating your life with my cousins was such a testament to the love you shared with all (especially your grandchildren). Your home was shared with everyone, and those memories will last a lifetime. We love you.

Ms. Gregory was always a special lady friend of my mama"s(Julia Clingenpeel). They were in the Dorcas class for many years together I hope they can be together in heaven for a reunion.

I am so sorry to hear abour Ann. The last couple of times I went to see her, I don't think she knew who I was. She fought the good fight, and we know she is in a much better place. My prayers go with all of you, as I know you will feel such a loss with her passing. God bless you all.

Some of my favorite memories were with Mrs Gregory. As a young child I would often visit her home just so I could see her piano play all by itself. I was so amazed with it! Her home was like nothing I had seen before, What a talent she had for Antiques. Many occasions my mom and I would visit next door for cake and coffee. Mrs Gregory was a Jewel, I will miss her greatly!

To The Gregory Family, Club(Jimmy) and i (Diane) are deeply saddened by your loss. May you take comfort in knowing that she is smiling down on you, without any pain and standing by Our Lord And Savior. If you need anything please let us know. You are in our hearts.


Ann's Obituaries

Ann Underwood Gregory, 94, of Roanoke, went to be with the Lord on Saturday, June 29, 2013. She was born on February 23, 1919 in Bonsack, VA to the late James and Lula Trussler Underwood. She was a member of Waverly Place Baptist Church in Roanoke. Ann was vibrant and loving, enjoying life while...

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