Peter Joseph Gregory was born in Gary, Indiana, August 2nd, 1948, and has resided in the South Bay for the last 40 years. He enlisted in the Air Force in 1968 and served for four years. He is survived by his wife, Renee Wilson, and leaves behind two sisters, Mary Gray and Ethel Gregory of Illinois, and two brothers, Joseph Gregory of Illinois and Anthony Gregory of Indiana. Peter has spent almost forty years in the shoe industry and traveled extensively all through the Far East in pursuit of shoes. Peter, who was 64, passed away on Tuesday, January 29, 2013. He was preceded in death by parents, Ethel and Peter Gregory. Peter loved sports of all kinds. He was an avid skier and tennis player in his younger years. The Memorial Service will be held at Rice Mortuary on Saturday February 23, 2013 at 3:00 pm. A reception follows in Rice's Lighthouse Room until 6:00 pm. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Spastic Paraplegia Foundation, Inc., Los Angeles Mission or Feed The Children.

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  1. To the Gregory Family. I send my deepest condolences to you all at this most difficult time. May you be comforted by the promise of the resurrection, and the end to sickness and death forever. God makes this wonderful promise to us at Revelation 21:4 and Isaiah 25:8. So soon death will be no more, and we wont have to bury our loved ones ever again. At John 5:28 God promises that all those in the memorial tombs will hear the voice of his Son Jesus, and come out of their memorial tombs. May you find comfort in these wonderful promises from Jehovah God and keep your dear Peter close in mind as you await the fulfillment of Gods promise.

  2. To the family: Peter’s father and my father were best friends so I knew him all my life.Over the years we lost track but have re-established ties only recently.I have so many fond memories but will most remember his kindness and sense of family.We are all so sorry for your loss.Rembering you in prayers.God bless.

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