Gloria Gregory

Sep 5, 2017 Paid Obituary

Gloria Gregory, 76, passed away at her home on Thursday, August 31, 2017. As were her wishes no services will be held.

Gloria Jean Reichert was born on September 14, 1940 in Gering, NE to Jake and Elizabeth (Worth) Reichert. Gloria grew up in California attending school in Fountain Valley, CA where she graduated high school.

After high school she enlisted in the Army serving during the Vietnam War.

She was baptized into the Lutheran Faith.

She met her husband of 49 years, Ronald Irwin Gregory in Denver, CO and they were married November 22, 1967 in the Illiff Chapel in Denver.

After they were married they stayed in Denver for three more years where she attended Park School of Business, while going to school she worked at the local Target store. They moved to Hanna, WY where she worked for the gas company and she owned the local H&R Block franchise. In 1980 they moved to Elko, NV where she worked for the local H&R Block franchise. Their next move was a worldwide adventure starting in Indonesia and since she was not allowed to work, she and the children traveled to many countries seeing many sights and making memories. When they came back to the United States they made their home in Henderson, NV until 2000 when they retired and moved to Riverton, WY.

Gloria enjoyed painting, sewing, cooking and raising her children. She loved to be around family which included her two granddaughters, Brittany and Skye.

She is survived by her husband, Ronald Gregory; daughter, Brenda Barnes; granddaughters, Brittany Barnes and Skye Baines; brothers, Marvin Reichert and his wife, Lois, and Jr. Reichert and his wife, Heidi; sister, Joyce Rimply and husband, Gordon; sister-in-law, Redora Reichert; brother-in-law, Leon Sanders; and numerous nieces and nephews.

She was preceded in death by her parents, Jake and Elizabeth Reichert; son, Stuart Gregory; brother, Jerry Reichert; and sisters, Darlene Whitlock and Betty Sanders.

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Arrangements under the direction of Davis Funeral Home.

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