Converse, Gregory Lynn (Greg)

November 1, 1978 - March 14, 2021

Converse, Gregory Lynn (Greg) born on November 1, 1978 in Ardmore, Oklahoma and passed away unexpectedly on March 14, 2021 in Dallas, Texas at the age of 42. Greg graduated from Coppell High School, Baylor University, Southern Methodist University and Alliant International University California School of Professional Psychology where he earned his PhD. Survived by spouse, Anthony Sparks; mother and stepfather, Nancy and Guy Millet; sister and brother-in-law, Hillary and Lev Shahbabian; nieces, Stella and Sophia Shahbabian; uncles and aunts, Daniel and Josette Millet, Christian and Arlette Millet, Jacqueline Millet. Memorial service is pending. The family has established a GoFundMe campaign in Greg’s honor for the ongoing and future care of his 6 dogs.

His Smile
Though his smile is gone forever,
And his hand we cannot touch,
We still have so many memories,
Of the husband, son and brother,
We all loved so much.
His memory is our keepsake,
With which we’ll never part.
God has him in his keeping,
We have him in our heart.

5 replies on “Converse, Gregory Lynn (Greg)”

Erica says:

I’m so sorry Greg, you always filled me with great amusement😄 over Madonna and Drag Race moments.

Philippe Millet says:

The bright smile of the kindest person I ever met, and the delicacy of a soft and peaceful friend and cousin we will always keep in our heart.

Stephanie Dorer says:

This broke my heart!! You were a very special person and will be truly missed!! Rest in heaven my sweet friend ❤️

Eden beesley says:

I don’t even know where to begin. Greg and I were on internship together and he saved me. I guess I like to think we saved each other sometimes, but I’m not sure that’s true. It was such a rough year for both of us and we bonded over that. The only thing that got me through the year was knowing I got to come to work and see Greg every day. He made me laugh like nobody has ever made me laugh. When I was having a bad day it just took a couple words from Greg to cheer me up. I have so many stories that I would love to share with his partner or his family that I don’t think are super appropriate to post on here, but they are great memories I have of him. We didn’t keep in close touch after internship, but we talked at least a couple times a year. I can’t imagine a world without him in it. He was light in the darkness. He was joy on the status day. He was just such a beautiful bright shining light in my life. I am so sorry for everybody’s loss. The world will not be the same without Greg in it. I miss my friends so much.

Clarissa Watrous says:

Greg, it’s taken me a minute to find the words to say. We’ve kept up with each other since our senior year of high school and our friendship no matter how long or how far, is something I have always treasured. My only regret is not being able to see you like we kept trying to plan. You were always so sweet, so smart and someone I could come to. I will miss our random texts and messages to each other. Until we meet again my sweet friend. Love you tons. To your family, praying for you and sending you bigs hugs at this difficult time.

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