Steven Dale Gregg

A Celebration of Life for Steven Dale Gregg, 50, Lawrence, will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday at Rumsey-Yost Funeral Home, with the Rev. Rod Hinkle officiating. Burial will follow in Memorial Park Cemetery. Steve died peacefully at his home on Wednesday, July 17, 2013.

He was born Dec. 11, 1962, in Topeka, the son of Dale H. and Loma L. Christie Gregg. He graduated from Perry-Lecompton High School, and later attended Washburn University. Steve was a homemaker who lived his life for his family He was a member of Lawrence Heights Christian Church. He enjoyed cooking, fishing, singing, playing the harmonica, and spending time with his family. People enjoyed his smile, positive attitude, help, and his cinnamon rolls. Steve shared 25 wonderful years with the mother of his children which includes three sons, Kyle Young, Lawrence, Cole Gregg, Lawrence, and Austin Gregg, Lawrence; a daughter, Lacey Gregg, Lawrence,

Additionally he is survived by his mother, Loma Christie Gregg, Lawrence; his father and stepmother, Dale and Elise Gregg, Wichita; a brother, Dan Gregg and wife Janet, Tonganoxie; a sister, Christine Hollister and husband Mark, Des Moines; two half-sisters, Julia Ingrassia, Lawrence, and Dayle Hodges, Raytown, Mo.; a foster sister, Dorothy McAuliffe, Baldwin City; two granddaughters, Kaia & Lexi Young; and a host of friends. He was preceded in death by a sister, Brenda Hepner in 2003.

Friends may call from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday at the funeral home, where the family will receive them from 6-8 p.m. The family suggests memorial contributions to North Lawrence Christian Church, in care of the funeral home, 601 Indiana St., Lawrence, KS, 66044. Online condolences may be sent at

Messages & Condolences

From Leah Rurode...

Dale, Christine and family,
I was lucky to have met you both and Steve when I worked with all of you at the KU Union Bookstore in the 1980’s. Steve was a joy to work with, nicest guy I ever met. Always a smile on his face and a great work ethic. He left us too soon. I know his absence at home will be felt by his wife and kids. Please know he will not be forgotten.

From Catherine Cat Mebane...

My thoughts and prayers are with your family. Steve was a great man. He will be missed by many.

From Julie (Michnick) Workman...

Loma, Chris and Danny

Steve was a great guy and I am glad I got to spend 5 years with him! I loved Steve very much and we had a lot of fun times together. I wish I could be there for his service. My prayers and thoughts are with all of you.

From Darlene Carbaugh...

To Dan and his family I was so sorry to hear about your brother passing. I just found out so I won’t be able to see you, but I will visit you soon. Please let your mom know how sorry I am. Take care of yourself and family.

From Sandy Floersch & Family...

Steve was a beautiful person both inside and out and will be missed by all who knew him. He was especially a blessing to my son during the loss of his father 3 years ago and I will be forever grateful Our hearts and prayers go out to all of you.

God Bless,

Sandy Floersch and Family

From Le-Thu Erazmus...

Dearest Gregg Family (Dale, Loma, Christine, Danny, and all Steve’s children and extended family),

I am so sorry for your loss. Words cannot express what you must be feeling during this time of loss and sorrow. Losing a family member is very difficult.

I am sorry I did not get re-acquainted with Steve after high school. I would see Loma on occasion and catch up with her on family news. I am so glad Steve lived a full life and was surrounded by so many family and friends who loved and cared about him.

I still have fond memories of all the high school plays we were in together. Prom and other school functions. You sure knew how to impress a girl with the black T-bird you drove me to prom in. =) Steve always new how to make me laugh! =)

Steve, please say ‘hello’ to Martin (brother) and Dorothy (mom) for me. You’re in good company with all those who have passed before you and have saved a place for you in God’s heavenly kingdom. I look forward to the day when we’ll see each other again.

Hold close to your hearts all the wonderful memories you have of Steve. Time does heal, but there’s no set time for healing, it will happen and you’ll feel at peace when the healing has taken place.

Hugs and much love,


From Lana Christie (Hayes)...

~~~ Cousin Steve ~~~
You touched the hearts of many, with your always cheerful smile.
You loved like no tomorrow, and were patient all the while.
You never uttered judgement, or said a single negative word.
Though often quiet and contained, your spirit was always heard!

Those of us that knew you have been blessed beyond compare.
But your passing left us shocked, with a load that’s hard to bear.
Still, we know that you’re among us, in so many ways indeed,
And that your spirit is alive and healthy, but from your body it’s been freed.

We know you’ll walk beside us, as we go about our days.
And we’ll try to laugh and smile, cuz you would’ve wanted it that way!
One day we’ll see you once again, in a place where there’s no pain.
And we’ll never, ever forget you, for your life was all our gain!

RIP Steven Gregg ~ Love Forever and Ever ~ Until we meet again.

I will truly miss you, but Thank God so much for allowing us to have had these recent times together, as well as ALL those times we had throughout the years, growing up and beyond. Give my love to Daddy, Brenda, Grandma and all the rest. I’ll see you one day among the wind, the moon and stars, in the beautiful place where only love exists.
Your Cousin, (like other sister) Lana xoxo

From Bill Cassity...

My thoughts and prayers are with the Gregg family. May your memories of happy times with Steve comfort you during this time. Hugs -Bill

From Carl Ward...

Steve will be missed by all who knew him, he was a kind soul and a good man. We all will cherish the memories of the time we got to spend with him and look forward to the day we see him again, love and prayers to all the family in your time of grief.

From Iris Mendell Miller...

Loma, I’m so sorry for the loss of your son.

I hope your memories will help comfort you though the hard times.

Hugs, Iris

From Sheila Ansley...

I am so sorry for your loss. Steve was a great man and a wonderful friend. You all are in my thoughts and prayers.

From Sheila Ward...

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family.I will always remember the fun childhood memories of growing up next door to Steve. What a fun time we had as kids- riding bikes,playing in the family treehouse,and riding out severe storms in the Gregg family shelter! I will cherish these memories and look forward to seeing Steve again one day when I get to heaven. May God bless you all and comfort you during this time of sorrow.

From Theresa Annis-Jernberg...

Please know that your are in my thoughts and prayers. I still cant believe hes gone I had just talked to him a few days earlier. God got a special angel. Such a sweet king man. Please know I will thinking of your family in the following days. Will say and extra prayer for your family.

From Bob & Kathy Proctor...

We are very sorry for your loss. You are in our thoughts and prayers at this difficult time. “God is our refuge and strength, a very present help in trouble.” Psalm 46:1

From Kim Kirk...

Loma and family,
You are in my heart and prayers. Steve will be missed by many.
Kim Kirk

From Rick Bowlin...

I am very sorry for your lost. Godbless

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