Waylon-Gregory-Obituary

Photo courtesy of Oakey’s North Chapel

Waylon "Don" Gregory

Elliston, Virginia

Obituary

Send Flowers

Oakey’s North Chapel Obituary

Waylon “Don” Gregory, 71, of Elliston went to be with the Lord on July 27th, 2018. He was a proud member of Lafayette United Methodist Church. He was a loving husband, father, grandfather, brother, and uncle. He enjoyed riding his motorcycle, traveling, and most importantly spending time with...

Read More

Guest Book

Not sure what to say?

Dad, I still can't believe your gone. I don't know how I'm gonna make it through life without my protector. You were the most Amazing Dad a girl could have. Hands down the most loving Father. I will miss you without end. I hope you are watching over me and helping me get through this, because I don't know I to live without you. I'm broken and a part of me has died and life will never be the same, ever! I love you, Daddy and until we meet again, know that their isn't anyone on this earth that...

I had the pleasure to know Don when I worked in Salem and he was the Service Manager at Friendly Lincoln-Mercury. I believe that anyone who met him left feeling they had just meet a friend they hadn't know. He would always tell me to come in and sit down so we can talk awhile. My thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

Worked with Don several years at Chevy Dealer. We sure had some good times. Always a joy to work with and a good friend. Rest in peace Buddy.

I am sad to hear the passing of Don. He was a good person and always had a laughing spirit when I worked with him years ago. Our prayers go out to the family and friends. God Bless, Hoyt and Denise Parris

Sharon, I loved this man. He was a huge influence on my career. I was always delighted to see him at Hart Kia. I will miss him dearly. You are in my prayers.

Such a wonderful man who adored his family..Thinking of you all wishing you hope in the midst of sorrow, comfort in the midst of pain.

Grief can be so hard, but our special memories help us cope. Remembering you and your loved one today and always.