- 34 years old
- Date of birth: Jul 21, 1981
- Place of birth:
Winter Garden, Florida, United States
- Date of passing: Jan 26, 2016
- Place of passing:
Anderson, South Carolina, United States
|Let the memory of Greg be with us forever. Please share your memory with us all.|
This memorial website was created in loving memory of Gregory Mooty; brother, son, and friend. Greg was a gentle, kind, genuine, and loveable person and will be missed by all of us.We will remember him forever.
Gregory Vernon Mooty passed away at the age of 34 on Tuesday, January 26, 2016 at 2:00am in Anderson, SC. He was born in Winter Garden, FL on July 21, 1981, the son of Ralph Vernon and Deborah Joyce Sanders Mooty. He is survived by his mother, Deborah Joyce Sanders Mooty; his sister, Holly Selaine Mooty Obringer; his brother-in-law, Matthew William Obringer; his close family friend, Mike Smith; his uncle, Steven Reith; his aunt, Gail Reith; his cousins Christopher and Savanna Reith; his aunt, Nora Sanders; his cousins, Steven and Jenifer Sanders; his aunt, Mary Sanders and his cousin, Jeffrey Sanders.
Please leave a tribute below and contribute your memories and stories to Greg's memorial page. This is intended to be a place to share your memories of Greg and discover the memories of others. This page will be added to over time and will be available forever.
"I am shocked. I worked with Greg in the Orange County School Systems and he was a kid that left a lasting impression on me. Even then, he was cool beyond his years and I have often wondered what became of him and what he was up to. I would love to hear from Joyce or Holly when they are able to catch up on Greg's life since I last saw him in the early 2000's. My thoughts are with his family"
"For 13 years, I watched Greg grow from a young boy into a man. He became a funny, sensitive person and an amazing guitar player. For such a big guy, he was such a teddy bear, and always treated me with great respect. I am saddened by his departure from this world too soon."
"Greg, your Mom just told me. I remember the day I met you when the breaker box in your bedroom was smoking and we came in to fix it. You rocked then and you rock now and you'll rock on forever...play on bro"
"I will love you forever. You are the best person I have ever known."
"Greg, I love and miss you so much. I'm heart-broken right now because I know I'll never see you again. I've been looking at a lot of pictures of you to help accept the fact that you are gone, but things will never be the same without you here. Rest in peace, Greg."
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