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Celebrating the life of
Paula Davis Gregory
August 08, 1951 - July 06, 2018
Services under the direction of:
Fox & Weeks Funeral Directors, Hodgson Chapel
912-352-7200
  • Memorial Service
  • 11:00am - Wednesday, July 18, 2018
  • St. Paul's Episcopal Church
  • 1802 Abercorn St. (Map)
    Savannah, Georgia 31401

  • 912-232-0274

May the God of all comfort strengthen the Gregory family during this time of deep sorrow. God keeps those who has fallen asleep in death in His memory because they are precious in his eyes “Psalm 116:15” also “John 5:28,29”.

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Roger - I was so saddened to learn of Paula's passing. I will miss seeing her out and about in her yard and when walking. I loved chatting with her about her gardens and family. I felt like I had known her my entire life, even though it was just recent years. I had the pleasure of meeting Sofia and Paola last year and it was obvious how proud she was and how much she loved having family around. I hope that the love and many years you both shared and the love and comfort of family will comfort and sustain you and your family during this very difficult time. We are deeply sorry for your loss. Terry, Jay, Jasson and Jennifer Seiden

Terry Seiden and Family, Owings Mills, MD

So sorry Roger. I know what you are going through and time will at least ease the pain. God bless.

Watson Mosley, SWAINSBORO, GA

Losing a wife and parent is one of the deepest sorrows a heart can know. Paula's goodness and caring will live on like a legacy of love that will always be with you. I pray that her love surrounds you now and brings you peace. I was very blessed to have known her. With my deepest sympathy.

Marilynn Lacey-Ellison, Chattanooga, TN

Forever my sister-in-heart. No words can express the sorrow we have at her loss but she will be remembered always as a warm, gracious, courageous, and thoughtful woman. Her family was her world, her entire love-filled world, and I'm so blessed to have shared even a precious few moments in that world.

Shannon Keaton, Las Vegas,

I'm sorry for your loss. Death is very painful to all of us. However Jehovah is the supreme comforter and offers it through his word The Bible. 1Corinthians 15:26 brings comfort in knowing that soon God's kingdom will put an end to death. I hope this scripture and many like it help you to endure this difficult time

, Savannah, Ga

Paula Davis Gregory,66, died on Friday, July 6, 2018 in Johns Hopkins Hospital at Baltimore, Maryland after a long battle with Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma. She was surrounded by her children and husband.

Paula was born on August 8, 1951 in McCaysville, Georgia. She grew up in Blue Ridge, Georgia, and received her bachelor's degree from North Carolina State University Magna Cum Laude.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Paul Frank Davis and Margaret Maxine Davis (Brown) and by her brothers, John Davis, Terry Davis, and Mark Davis.

Paula retired from the United States Government in 2015 after 37 years of distinguished service with the Social Security Administration. Her career took her to assignments in Atlanta, Tampa, Savannah, Vidalia and finally she ended her career as the Director of the Office of Executive Operations in the Office of the Commissioner of Social Security in Baltimore.

Paula is survived by her loving husband of over 39 years, Roger Van Gregory, and their three children:  Suzanne Rebecca Langford and her husband Alan Langford, Roger Eliot Gregory and his wife Paola Parada, and Alexander Braddock Gregory and his husband William Tussey.  She also leaves to cherish her memory three grandchildren, Margaret (Meg) Langford, Zachary Langford, and Sofia Quecano; two brothers, Larry Davis and his wife Sandi and Timothy Davis; two sisters-in-law, Dori Davis and Derema Davis; a brother-in-law, Randall Keith Gregory and her mother-in-law, Frieda Gregory; and numerous nieces, nephews, and other relatives.

Paula was laid to rest in Greenwich Cemetery in Savannah, the city where Paula and Roger lived some of their happiest years as parents to three growing children who all joined and were confirmed at St. Paul's.

There will be a memorial service at 11:00 am on Wednesday July 18th at Saint Paul's Episcopal Church, 1802 Abercorn Street, Savannah, Georgia 31401.

In lieu of flowers, the family suggests donations to the Sydney Kimmel Cancer Center at Johns Hopkins Hospital or St. Paul's Episcopal Church, Savannah GA.

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May the God of all comfort strengthen the Gregory family during this time of deep sorrow. God keeps those who has fallen asleep in death in His memory because they are precious in his eyes “Psalm 116:15” also “John 5:28,29”.

, ,

Roger - I was so saddened to learn of Paula's passing. I will miss seeing her out and about in her yard and when walking. I loved chatting with her about her gardens and family. I felt like I had known her my entire life, even though it was just recent years. I had the pleasure of meeting Sofia and Paola last year and it was obvious how proud she was and how much she loved having family around. I hope that the love and many years you both shared and the love and comfort of family will comfort and sustain you and your family during this very difficult time. We are deeply sorry for your loss. Terry, Jay, Jasson and Jennifer Seiden

Terry Seiden and Family, Owings Mills, MD

So sorry Roger. I know what you are going through and time will at least ease the pain. God bless.

Watson Mosley, SWAINSBORO, GA

Losing a wife and parent is one of the deepest sorrows a heart can know. Paula's goodness and caring will live on like a legacy of love that will always be with you. I pray that her love surrounds you now and brings you peace. I was very blessed to have known her. With my deepest sympathy.

Marilynn Lacey-Ellison, Chattanooga, TN

Candle tribute lit by Shannon — Nevada

Forever my sister-in-heart. No words can express the sorrow we have at her loss but she will be remembered always as a warm, gracious, courageous, and thoughtful woman. Her family was her world, her entire love-filled world, and I'm so blessed to have shared even a precious few moments in that world.

Shannon Keaton, Las Vegas,

I'm sorry for your loss. Death is very painful to all of us. However Jehovah is the supreme comforter and offers it through his word The Bible. 1Corinthians 15:26 brings comfort in knowing that soon God's kingdom will put an end to death. I hope this scripture and many like it help you to endure this difficult time

, Savannah, Ga


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