Gregory Lamont Lewis passed away unexpectantly on July 26, 2023, in Omaha, Nebraska. He was only 49 years old. His family is deeply saddened by his sudden death.
Gregory is survived by his children Marcus Marker, Ashaliyah Lewis, and Ja'Niya Moss. Grandchildren- Princess Marker, Marcus II Marker, and Malani Marker. Forever remembered by his siblings Eric Lewis, Shekita Lewis, Carl Lewis, Jayvanous Cole, Tyvell Smith, and Travon (Viviana) Smith. His nieces- Shalaika Lewis, Mia Lewis, Shaterra Lewis, Jayla Looney, Aurora Gonzalez-Smith, Allura Gonzalez-Smith, Aria Gonzalez-Smith; nephewsDerek Lewis, Zavyhon Elmore, Jesse Lewis, Jayden Looney, and Javier Gonzalez-Smith; and a host of aunts, uncles, and cousins that will miss him dearly.
Gregory was predeceased by his parents, Marian Cole and James Hartley, his aunt-Wanda Lewis, his grandmother-Alice Lewis, and his great grandmother-Azzie Duncan.
Gregory (AKA: Greg/GL) was born on August 11, 1973, to Marian and James in Evergreen, Alabama. After Gregory graduated from Central High School in 1991, he worked odd jobs. Gregory went to college, acquiring an Associate Degree in Welding from Metropolitan Community College. Gregory loved his job as a welder and wanted to weld everything together. Gregory got hurt on the job which rendered him unable to work in this field any longer.
Gregory loved to crack jokes and go fishing. Gregory had the biggest smile and used it to get his way a lot. Gregory hated to argue, he could never be serious. Her would always break out into laughter which made it hard to be angry at him. Gregory was a beautiful person inside and out. His smile was so stunning it would light up the room. He cared so deeply for the people around him. He was kind and passionate. Gregory was such a great smooth talker that he could sale water to a whale. Gregory was a kind and thoughtful soul and will be missed and remembered by the many lives that he touched. Gregory was a fun spirited charismatic soul who took on many passions. One of which included drawing. He had an incredible artistic talent. He found comfort and peace in capturing raw nature and using it to express himself. Gregory loved to draw roses surrounded but fancy and neat writings. He made an impact on many lives. He will forever be missed. Gregory, everyone you left in this world hates that you are gone but we are happy that you are home free and painless. We will always love and miss you until we can meet again.
"Seeing death as the end of life is like seeing the horizon as the end of the ocean."