Michael Don Gregory, 65, of Amarillo, TX passed away on December 13, 2021.
Private family services will be held.
Michael Don Gregory was born on August 4th, 1956, in Amarillo, Texas to Albert Dossey Gregory and Jacqueline Sue Gregory. He was raised in Amarillo, Texas, and graduated from Amarillo High School in 1974. Michael graduated from Texas Tech University in 1978. While in college, he helped with the yearbook and was editor his senior year. After college, he worked for General Foods Amarillo in coffee sales. He was a member of the Amarillo Jaycee’s and Toastmasters Club.
He later moved to Dallas, Texas (his life-long dream home) working as a pharmaceutical sales rep for Bristol Meyers then later for Pfizer. He displayed over and over top salesman of his region. He retired from working for the phone company in the Dallas area and retired early due to health issues. He moved back to Amarillo, Texas in May of 2019 to be closer to family.
He is survived by his sister, Priscilla Hromas of Amarillo and Danny Justus (Companion) of Portales, NM; nephews, Ryan Hromas of Amarillo, and Kyle Hromas (Lunden Hromas) of Clovis, NM; two great-nephews, Rylynn Hromas, and Calloway Hromas both of Clovis, NM; and one great-niece, Icelyn Hromas of Clovis, NM.
He was preceded in death by his father, Albert Dossey Gregory; his mother, Jacqueline Sue Gregory; and his brother, David Lee Gregory.
Michael left this world under the care of a nursing home, Hospice, and his sister, Priscilla.
As Michael took his last breath here with us, he began his first new breath in Heaven. We love you so much and will miss you dearly.
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Mike worked with me at General Foods. I trained him, and he became a great salesman in no time. It is regrettable that we lost touch a year after he moved to Dallas, but I knew he would be an asset to any company. He was exceptionally smart, well spoken, and a gifted salesman. His mother Jackie was a friend of mine as well, and we lost her way too early, just as we lost Mike way too early. Mike constantly talked about Danny and Priscilla. He had a big heart and was generous to a fault. My sincere sympathy to his family, and I will see you in Heaven some day, Mike. -Eddie Maddox