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     UNFORTUNATELY, DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS, STEVE'S LUNCHEON                               SCHEDULED FOR SATURDAY, MARCH 21 HAS BEEN CANCELLED.         

Steven W. Gregory Sr., age 68, of Philadelphia, PA, formerly of Pole Tavern, NJ passed away surrounded by his loving family on March 6, 2020 due to complications from a long battle with Cancer.
Steve was the son of Doris and the late Walter H. Gregory, Brother of Carolyn (Dave) Mortimer, Ronald, Alan (Nancy) Gregory. Loving father to Steven W. Gregory Jr. (Angel) and Mallory (Josh) Reiss. Proud Poppy to Kaylee and Kole Reiss. Steve was also predeceased by Walter H. Gregory Sr. (Pop) with whom he had a special bond
Steve was the proud owner of the Woodstown Hotel for many years but he spent most of his adult life doing what he loved: building houses under his own construction companies.  He was a 4th generation of Gregory carpenters and insisted on working from a very young age. In fact one of his last requests was to make sure his work boots were with him. Early employers included Warren Hitchner Building Supplies and P&W Automotive. He will be remembered for his free spirit with a love of classic muscle cars and rolling stones. 
There will be no service but friends and family are invited to a memorial luncheon in his honor on March 21st from 1-3 pm at the Sharptown Church, 3 Chapel Street. Pilesgrove, NJ 08098
In lieu of flowers, contributions to the Fox Chase Cancer Center at www.foxchase.org/giving or to Temple University Hospital at www.templehealth.org/giving would be deeply appreciated.
Posted by Diane Robbins on March 12, 2020
Stevie, Mallory and family, we are so sorry for your loss.The first time we saw the Rolling Stones was with your father. We had many fun nights at the Hotel listening to great bands that your dad had there!! Please accept our deepest and sincerest sympathy. Thinking of you all, Billy and Diane

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Posted by Diane Robbins on March 12, 2020
Stevie, Mallory and family, we are so sorry for your loss.The first time we saw the Rolling Stones was with your father. We had many fun nights at the Hotel listening to great bands that your dad had there!! Please accept our deepest and sincerest sympathy. Thinking of you all, Billy and Diane
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