Elizabeth Ann Gregory


Elizabeth Ann Gregory, 77, of Waco, passed away Monday, October 10, 2016.

Graveside Service: 10AM Thursday, October 13, at Moore Cemetery in Chalk Bluff with Pastor James Stevens officiating.

Visitation: 5 – 7 PM, Wednesday, October 12, at Lake Shore Funeral Home.

Elizabeth was preceded in death by her sons, infant Billy Joe Gregory and Jimmy Frank Gregory; and sisters, Linda Hughes and Dorothy Gassaway.

Survivors include her husband of 57 years, William “Bill” Gregory; daughter, Susan Cook and husband, Jimmy; grandson, William McWilliams; granddaughter, Carly McWilliams; brother, Billy Joe Locklar and wife, Nancy; sister-in-law and best friend, Ila Fowler and husband, Bo; and numerous nieces and nephews.

The family would like to thank Providence Hospice Place for their loving care for Elizabeth.

Memorials may be made to First Baptist Church of Gholson or the Gholson Volunteer Fire Department.

Contact Information:

Lake Shore Funeral Home & Cremation Services

5201 Steinbeck Bend Dr
Waco, TX 76708
United States (US)
Phone: (254) 752-5900

Place of Service: Moore Cemetery , 5071 FM 933; Waco, TX 76705

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  1. Coach George and Cyndi Snokhous

    Bill, and the entire Gregory Family,
    We are sad to learn of Elizabeth’s passing and send prayers for all of you. May God wrap you in His arms of strength and endow you with His hope and comfort.
    Coach George and Cyndi Snokhous

  2. Missy Bradburry & Lana Bradburry

    May God comfort you all during this difficult time. I will never forget that mischevious grin and infectious smile, her quick wit and her love for her family. Elizabeth brought joy and laughter to my life on days it was most hard on her, without complaint, without fail, she was tough and beautifully resilient. Elizabeth will always hold a special place in my heart. My fondest memories as a teenager was knowing her like a second Mom and her making sure I sat in the “area” on movie nights. As an adult, I found respect and friendship with her, playing games, sitting outside and our long talks about life. Her favorite show was Heartland, we watched every episode. Elizabeth Ann, you can walk now, healthy and able. I love you Miss Priss!

  3. Kellie Fulbright

    Mrs McWilliams Am very sorry for your lost in your family . My prayers and thoughts are with u every step of the way. you are on our prayers list at church. She is in a better place she happy again and laughing and not suffering anymore she has been made whole through Jesus Christ our Lord and savior.

  4. Praying for you all. Take comfort in knowing Aunt Elizabeth is with Jesus. No more pain and suffering.
    Love Kathy and Steve.

  5. Dawn Marie Tucker

    Uncle Willie and Aunt Libby were a very important part of my childhood. Loving, teaching, discipling me and Wendy just like Mom and Dad did. Aunt Libby taught me that eggs were not just for weekend breakfast- funny the memories you carry with you… She is once again whole as we all wish for her to be.
    Susan, you have always been like a baby sister to me, another “daughter” for your Aunt Nancy when her girls were grown and gone. Peace be with you all in this difficult time. The pictures are so beautiful from a baby, to basketball star, wife, mother, sister, aunt, friend.

  6. Estelle Shelton

    Elizabeth was one of my favorites in the “Connally Family.” I always stopped by her office if I was anywhere near it, and she always had time to talk (and listen!) to me. When I needed something for an activity I was doing, she was always so helpful and kind. We had so many good conversations about almost everything, and we would many times end up just sharing laughter. I appreciated her sense of humor so much and missed her greatly when she retired.
    My thoughts and prayers are with all of you and as you know, she was one of a kind. I will always remember her (and her family.)

  7. Stephanie mccown

    My thoughts and prayers are with you Susan.

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