Gregory Lee Spencer
Gregory L. Spencer, 60, of Midland, passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday, September 3, 2019, at Heritage Valley, Sewickley.
Gregory was born August 5, 1959, in East Liverpool, Ohio. Greg was preceded in death by his parents, Walter R. and Mabel (Jackson) Spencer. In addition to his parents, Greg was preceded in death by his sister, Patricia Spencer, whom he loved to refer to as his "Little Angel."
Gregory was a lifelong member of the 2nd Baptist Church, Rochester, where he also served with the men's choir. He was active in the community as a youth soccer referee for 8 years and served as a high school soccer referee. Greg loved practicing Karate, cooking, and barbecuing in the summer.
Gregory leaves behind a lifelong best friend and loving wife of 33 years, Diana L. (Crawley) Spencer, Beaver Falls; two daughters, Kaitlyn Spencer, Midland, and Kristen Spencer, Beaver Falls; his dearly loved granddaughter, Knora Lynn Edwards; two brothers, Pastor Walter (Karen) Spencer, Kingsland, Ga., and Willie Spencer, Ohioville; two sisters, Janice Shepherd, Kingsland, Ga., and Henrietta Wilson, Columbus, Ohio; and a sister-in-law, Donna Spencer. He is also leaving behind his greatly loved nephews, David Spencer, Horace Shepherd, Darrell Spencer, Michael Spencer, and Jazz Spencer, and his loved nieces, Sheree Spencer, Michelle (Tyrell) Whigham, Shannon Spencer, and Sierra Spencer. He also had a few close and special great-nephews whom he adored and loved to spend time with, Horace Shepherd Jr., Meckhi Cole, William and Terrence Eady.
Friends will be received Friday from 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m. in the J&J SPRATT FUNERAL HOME, 1612 Third Ave., New Brighton, www.jjsprattfh.com. Additional viewing will be held Saturday, September 7, 2019, in the 2nd Baptist Church, Rochester, from 10 a.m. until home going service at 11 a.m. His pastor, the Rev. Brian Crawl officiating.
A repass will be held at the Pulaski Twp. Fire Hall following his burial in Oak Grove Cemetery, Industry.
Greg asks that memorial donations may be made in his name to American Cancer and Heart Association or to Cerebral Palsy Foundation