David Toleman Gregory

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Lt. Col. David Toleman Gregory, USA (RET). age 72, of Vienna, Virginia, died on Monday, January 29, 2007 at INOVA Fairfax Hospital. Beloved husband of Edythe Sims Gregory. Father of Cheryl Lynn Gregory of Alexandria, VA, and David Toleman Gregory, Jr. of Fairplay, CO.

Precious 'Poppa' to Katherine Rose Gregory Ross and Savannah Grace Gregory Ross.

Brother of Shelby Gregory Crawford of Danville, KY. and Gillis Martin Gregory of Danville, KY.

Funeral Home:

Money & King Funeral Home

171 W. Maple Ave.

Vienna, VA

US 22180

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  1. Gregory Family- My heart is breaking over the news of Mr. Gregory’s passing. Although most of my memories of him are from childhood (many moons ago) they are all very fond. I still can’t hear “5 Golden Rings” from the 12 Days of Christmas sung without thinking of him & smiling. My love & prayers are with you! Tracy (Johnston)Benden

  2. Will alway remember our Trip with Gill to DC and all of your kindnesses shown to us. kay and jerry

  3. I was so sad to read of David’s passing today. My mom is Elizabeth Webb White, (Aunt) Pearl Gregory Webb’s daughter. I will keep the Gregory family in my thoughts and prayers.

  4. Dave was an exceptional mentor and fellow military officer and civil servant who rose above the petty fray of daily government service. I was privileged to have served with him in the Department of Defense beginning in 1984 and we had some great times together. Every one who worked with him will remember his character, his honesty, and his integrity. He was an old school soldier and an honorable person, a model for us all. God bless him, I’ll miss him. There have been very few like him.

  5. Dave was my fraternity brother and I have many fond memories of him. I enjoyed reading about his distinguished military career. I’m sure his family was proud. I was sorry to see that he had left us.

  6. Edythe, I’m so sorry about David and so sorry that I did not find out sooner about his passing. Betty Jane and I send our deepest heartfelt sympathy.

  7. Edythe and Family. Fond memories of David, our good neighbor. Our thoughts and prayers are with you. God rest his soul. Love, Hal and Barb

  8. Please accept our condolences of caring thoughts for you and your family. May you find comfort and strength in your memories and in Almighty God’s loving promise.-John 5:29.

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