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Obituary: Scott B. Gregory

Scott B. Gregory

Scott B. Gregory

Scott B. Gregory, 48, passed away on Sunday, Aug. 12, 2018 at his home in Prescott, Arizona. Scott fought a valiant four-year battle with cancer and passed away with his wife by his side. Scott was born April 7, 1970, in Inglewood, California, to Jimmy Lee and Judy (Fontanari) Gregory. He was the youngest of three children. Scott was married to Jennifer (Bell) Gregory on Dec. 5, 2009, in Phoenix, Arizona.

He was a 1989 graduate of Trevor G. Browne High School and graduated from the Fire Ops Academy with Paradise Valley Community College in 2008. Scott worked for many years in the cabinet industry and much of that time was running his own business. He worked for many years developing a tool that would allow one person to install cabinets. He also worked as an EMT for several years in Peoria, Arizona. Scott volunteered with the Glendale Fire Department as a cadet in 2009. He last worked as shop foreman for Timberline Woodworking in Prescott. Scott was a fun-loving, outgoing person who went out of his way to help others. He loved his family and always worked hard to provide for them. He was witty and outspoken and kept his sense of humor until the end.

Scott was preceded in death by his twin brother, Randy; paternal grandparents, Gurtrude and Garland Gregory; maternal grandparents, Rudy and Alta Fontanari. He is survived by his wife, Jennifer; children: Paige Gregory, Jacob Nelsen and Lauren Nelsen; brothers, Curtis Gregory (wife, Michelle) and Steven Gregory (wife, Stacey); 10 nieces and nephews: Nikki, Cory, Kolby, Tory, Katherine (husband, Jeff), Abigale (husband, Drew), William, Joshua, Madelynn and Evan; along with numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.

A service will be held on Wednesday, Aug. 29, 2018, at 11 a.m., Unity of Phoenix, 1500 E. Greenway Parkway, Phoenix, Arizona. Special thanks to Hospice Family Care of Prescott. Scott will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him.

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