Lee, Greg S.

January 8, 1961 - February 19, 2014

Greg S. Lee, 53, of Dallas, Texas passed away on February 19, 2014.

He is survived by mother, Ethel Lee; fiancée, Vicky Van Horn.

Greg’s Celebration of Life will be held on Saturday, February 22, 2014, at the Brooks Family Chapel at North Dallas Funeral Home, 2710 Valley View Lane, Dallas, Texas 75234 at 2:00pm.

Please send the family condolences and sign the guest book on this site.

Arrangements are under the direction of:
Aria Cremation Service & Funeral Home
1820 N. Belt Line Road
Irving, Texas 75061

16 replies on “Lee, Greg S.”

Linda Walters says:

May you rest in peace Greg. You will be missed by so many people who love you, especially my beautiful friend, Vicky.

Jennifer Smithers Marten says:

I was saddened to hear of Greg’s passing. It’s been many years since I lived in Dallas, but I always considered him a great friend. His personality was bigger than life. His smile and laugh was contagious.

Rosanna Gonzalez says:


Dear Mrs. Lee and Vicky:
Words can never express the sadness I feel today and upon hearing of the loss of Greg. He will always be remembered and especially in October during the big football game of Texas and OU. May God be with you both and give you strength during this time. God Bless you Greg and Rest in Peace.

David Kelly says:

Greg and I met back in 1989 as I worked for Automatic Sprinkler Corp of America. Greg use to stop by after work to say hi to some of his old co-workers and I was a recent transplant from the “mother ship” in Cleveland. He had an infectious personality and was very welcoming of new friends. He had an energy that knew no limits, would come by late on week nights to head out to check out the Dallas Night Life. Greg became part of my social circle of friends while I was in Dallas and we had many great times heading out in a group to do what Twenty year olds out of college do. I worked for Greg for a year out of the trailer at DFW Airport as I completed my Masters at University of Dallas. I moved onto a Company in Wisconsin and then Chicago.We stayed in contact over the years and when i was back in town I always tried to spend time with Greg. 2 to 3 times a year at least my phone would ring and it would be Greg checking in.Greg and I last spoke Friday as he reached out to me for a work issue. Greg – Kathy ( my wife and your friend too) and I will miss you and remember you, you were loved like a brother, may you find rest and peace. My thoughts go out to your mother and fiancee.I will remember you as a someone I gladly called my friend.

Ms. Esther Cohen says:

Dear Mrs. Lee and Vicky, My heartfelt sympathy to you both. My thoughts and prayers are with you.

Joseph severino says:

It pains me and all the loss of Greg so young. This past January marked 15 yrs. I was employed @ his company. In those many years ,adventure was ever in abundance. I will remember him always as an innovater, mentor, risk taker and achiever. My condolences to Mom Ethel and all of us who has been able to grow our families who have indeed lost not just a boss but a friend. Fair well. Thank you!

Donald Hall(D.Hall) says:

I was shocked and saddended to hear about Greg’s passing. I met him more than a year ago on the golf course in Houston. I just recently connected with him last month on the phone and he sounded great. My prayers go out to his mother and fiance and family. God bless you Greg and Rest in Peace.


Peggy Bagley Freeman says:

To Ethel Jackson Lee ~ Our Deepest Sympathy & Prayers are with You at this time of sorrow.

Peggy Bagley Freeman & Family

Elsie Gilbert Garcia says:

Ms. Lee,
May God wrap his arms around you and comfort you.
Elsie Gilbert Garcia

Kelly versaggio says:

I’m breathless. Greg was my friend for more than 25 years. He always had a smile and was there for me always. One of the special people I truly loved.

Rosie Norris says:

To Ethel:

I just learned that Greg passed. My belated condolences. I pray that your moments are filled with memories of Greg’s radiant smile, and his generosity and happiness. Rosie

Mike Guarino says:

I am saddened to hear about Greg. Although I have not spoken since 2013, I was anxious to call him to see if he was interested in working together again at DFW airport. I first met Greg in 2005 when was our FP partner on Terminal D facilities contract until 2011. He was an honest and reliable businessman and, like his close friends intimated, always smiling and optimistic. Whenever I was in town we usually met for lunch or dinner. He was always entertaining and enjoyable to converse with.
I’m sure he is still sorely missed. May his soul rest in the hands of the Lord.
Michael Guarino
Meridian Management Corp.

vucky says:

It’s Christmas Eve. 2016 I miss you so much. I miss us. Not a day goes by that I don’t think about you …
In Feb. It will be 3 years since you left me. Since ypu left everyone that loved and cared about you so much …
My heart still hurts… I still feel the same horrible pain as the day u were gone, I Love you & Miss you..
I hope and prayer you are at peace
You were my world ….
I will never stop loving you…xoxo

Diane "Didi" Lawlor says:

I’m just now learning that Greg is gone; obviously we hadn’t been in touch for many years. We lived together for a few years in the late ’80s, and were even engaged at one point. His light burned so intensely, I always felt it would be extinguished too soon. Many of my happiest memories are from the times we spent with our roommate Mike Murphy, and very close friends Jerry and Justin Meek. I’ll now treasure even more the many, many photos we took together. My heart is broken for all of us he left behind.

Vicky Van Horn says:

Happy birthday in Heaven Greg …You would have been 58 years old today. I miss you more than I can say & not a day goes by that I don’t think about you & pray for you .I Will Always Love You …Forever 💚💙💚💙

Vicky Van Horn says:

Greg You left us 6 years ago today…
Not a day goes by that I dont think about you. I love you & miss you so much. This isnt getting easier…
You will always be Forever in my heart
I forgive you 💔

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