Gregg Ashley

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Gregg Ashley passed away Friday, December 22, 2017.  Gregg was born on May 6, 1965 to Ray and Judy Richardson Ashley in Charleston, South Carolina. On December 1, 1989, Gregg married the love of his life, Suzanne McClintock in Lubbock, Texas. He was an avid fisherman, golfer, and loved to bowl along with playing pool. Most of all, Gregg enjoyed time with his beloved wife, family, and friends. His work ethic was like none other and he strove for excellence. He was the kind of man who would do anything to help anyone. He was loved by many.

Survivors include his mother, Judy Ann Ashley; wife, Suzanne Rene Ashley; children, Kathy Moeller and husband, Kyle; and Seth Ashley; siblings, Richard Ashley and wife, Becca; and Angela Ashley; father and mother-in-law, David and Shirley McClintock; maternal grandmother, Opal Brown.

He was preceded in death by his father, Ray Richard Ashley and granddaughter, Kami Diaz.


Memorial contributions are welcome, and the family suggests,; Samaritan’s purse, PO Box 3000, Boone, NC 28607.


15 thoughts on “Gregg Ashley”

  1. Suzanne I am so sorry for your loss. Greg was a kind man. My prayers are with you and Seth. And the rest of Greg’s family. You two were truly meant for each other. You have so many good memories to cherish. Hugs❤️❤️

  2. Suzanne, truly sorry for your loss! May God be with you and yours, and give you strength and peace. Gregg was a good, funny and special person.

  3. I am so sorry for your loss, it was a pleasure working with Greg at Citibus. I know he was a man of faith and trust in our Lord and Savior and spent the perfect Christmas in Heaven this year. The pain of losing our loved ones anytime is indescribable and losing a loved one at this precious holiday of our Savior’s birth is so bittersweet. I pray for each and everyone of your family members now and the day, weeks and months to come. God Bless you all and I pray Strength and Comfort for you all until we are all reunited in our Eternal Home one day.

  4. I’m so sorry for your loss Greg was a fun loving man had some great times in our younger days .my prayers are with y’all

  5. My Condolences, To All Family, And Friends That Knew Him Well And Loved Him, As I Have Never Met Him In Person I Know, From Everything That Is Spoken About Him I Am Sure He Was A Good Man, Angela Ashley Is A Very True Friend To Me Even Though We Are Miles Apart, She is Near And Dear To me, I Feel All Your Loss And Pain And Wish The Best For All, My God Speed Take Him To A Better Place Of Peace Joy And Comfort, My Prayers Are With You All,

    James Davis.

  6. I am so sorry to here about Greg. Greg was my best friend for most of my teenage years before I went off to military. Greg and Richard lived on 56th and I lived one block over on 57th. There were many weekends we spent running around town just doing nothing. When we were both to broke to buy gas we’d walk over to the $1 movies at showplace 6. I Iwish the best for Greg and his family. Greg was one of the nicest people I’ve ever known and I’m quite sure he’s in heaven right now with a fishing rod. I truly thought a lot of Greg. I wish the best.

  7. Prayers lifting for the Ashley family, and for his wife Suzanne and their children. I haven’t seen Gregg since high school, but the video tribute shows a life well-lived, and a that Gregg had a beautiful family that shared many smiles and memories, that I trust will carry them through this time of sadness at his passing. He was a sweet soul, and leaves a loving legacy. May God’s peace and comfort surround all his family and friends.

  8. Karen Maxwell Hunt

    Gregg was such a sweet kind and loving soul. He always stayed connected to me through Facebook and was my friend for many years. He will be missed. May God give you all strength and may you cherish all your memories of time spent with him. Rest In Peace, Gregg.

  9. We (at Open Road Mobility) are so sorry to hear of Gregg’s passing! We really enjoyed working with him. Please know the family is in our prayers.

  10. I would like to express my sincere condolences to the family. May you find some comfort in this thought found in Psalm 34:18 “Jehovah is close to the brokenhearted;He saves those who are crushed in spirit.”

  11. Valerie & Keith Kyle

    I was so saddened to learn of Gregg’s passing. Suzanne, Kathy and Seth may God’s love comfort you all in the days, weeks and months to come. Our prayers are with your family.

  12. So sorry for your loss to you and family. Praying for all of you to get through this sad time together. Love to all

  13. Sandi Jackson, cousin

    Gregg left behind a family knowing they were loved and knowing the love of Christ. There is no greater legacy. Gregg, you will be missed but I will see you in heaven! I pray comfort for his wonderful family until they can be reunited.

  14. Suzanne, Judy, Richard, and Angela,

    My condolences to all of you. We all know a very well known, not well kept secret about Gregg. He loved life! He loved his family & friends! Quick wit, big heart, slow to anger, and always willing to forgive! A great man loved by many! He will be missed by all until we all meet again in heaven.

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