Grant, Gregory "Greg" T.

March 10, 1970 - August 18, 2021

Gregory “Greg” T. Grant was born March 10, 1970, in Dallas, Texas to Raymond and Monette Grant.  He passed away August 18, 2021 at the age of 51.  Greg graduated from Lake Highlands High School, Class of 1988.  He attended the University of North Texas, earning a bachelor’s degree in TV, Radio and Film in 1994. He worked for J & S Audio and Visual Inc for the next 24 years.

Greg was a kind, gentle soul that loved golf and soccer. He began playing soccer in elementary school through high school and was part of the LHHS soccer team.  His passion for soccer remained and he played on various leagues the remainder of his life.  When not playing, he was watching soccer (football to the rest of the world).

He LOVED his lifetime work in the Audio – Visual filming industry and he LOVED his family and close friends. Though an introvert, he always made time for family gatherings and celebrations with friends, and he made room in his home as a foster dad for dogs. He traveled all his life, and growing up, he enjoyed family vacations camping throughout the US. As an adult he continued to travel with family and friends, both in the US and abroad. He went to Great Britain several times, also Italy and Brazil.

He is preceded in death by his parents, and his brother Martin Grant.  Those left to cherish his memory include his beloved sister, Rhea Anne and husband Billy Bruce Teague of Gladewater, Texas; Sister-in-Law, Sharon Grant of Sachse, Texas; nieces and nephews, Jeremy and Jessica Teague of Gladewater, Texas; KayLee, Fabio, Wesley & wife Kayla Grant of Denver, Colorado; uncle, David Littleton of Colton, California; cousins, Laurie Harpole, Kevin Clary, Debbie Clary, January Littleton and Danielle Denesha and their families.  He will be greatly missed and was loved by all who knew him.

A service to honor Greg will be held
10:00 AM, Saturday, August 28th
Charles W. Smith and Sons Funeral Home Chapel
2925 Fifth St
Sachse, TX

In Lieu of Flowers, please consider making a donation in Greg’s name
to Dallas Pets Alive for pet fostering.

5 replies on “Grant, Gregory "Greg" T.”

Michael, Mary and Noah Turrin says:

I always enjoyed seeing Greg at our Turrin/Grant gatherings at Sharon’s. He was a quiet presence amongst the loudness of the Turrins, but he had a great sense of humor. Rest in peace, Greg. We’ll miss you always. Our love and condolences to the Grants and Teagues. May God give you strength and comfort in these difficult times. Love, Michael, Mary and Noah

Jonathan Bentley says:

I am so sorry for this Greg you were an awesome engineer and director my friend we shared some good times even when i worked with you just a few weeks ago! I’ll miss you forever!

Jim Conrad says:

Absolutely LOVED this man; seeing him on jobsites, etc. HUGE condolences to Geg’s family, friends, associates, & co-workers.

Brian O'Neal says:

My condolences to the rest of Grey’s family. I have known Greg for 20+ years and over the past year and a half we worked side by side a lot at our office. You will be missed Greg not just by your family but your A/V family as well. Rest in peace my friend.

Sharon Grant says:

I’ve been thinking of you, & it still doesn’t seem real. You were kind, thoughtful, generous, & hands down, the best gift giver ever! I love you dearly.

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