Stanley Kent Gregg, 56, went to be with his savior March 7, 2013.

Stanley Kent Gregg, 56, went to be with his savior March 7, 2013. Stan was born in Wichita, KS on August 18th, 1956 to Orville Beam Gregg and Fern Evelyn Gregg, the 4th child and only boy. Both preceded him in death. He graduated from Derby High School in 1974, attended Wichita State University in theatre and Wichita Area Vo-Tech in computer programming. He married in 1982 and had 3 children. Chrystal Gregg, DVM, of Leavenworth, KS; Casey Tyler James Gregg, of Manhattan, KS; and Matthew Kyle Gregg, of Manhattan, KS. Stan divorced in 1997 and remarried Crystal Louise (Holder, Thomas) Gregg who survives of the home. He was blessed with 3 daughters as a result of this union; Bethany Pearl Thomas, of Overland Park, KS; Mallory Rene Thomas of Leavenworth, KS; and Shelby Dolores Thomas, of Leavenworth, KS. Stan ran his own business for 10 years until his move to Kansas City where he worked in warehousing, transportation, and logistics. He was blessed to work for Premium Waters for the last 5 years. Stan's life though was primarily focused on his 6 children and their activities and lives. He loved each of them dearly. In 2005, Stan rededicated his life to Christ and followed the Lord in believers baptism on 1-1-2006. The rest of his life revolved around his church, High Prairie Church, in Leavenworth, KS, and it's various ministries, his large blended family, and his job. He also enjoyed wood carving and playing his guitar. In addition to his wife and children, Stan is survived by 2 sisters, Betty Wilson, of Seattle, WA; and Orvilla Unel, of Mersin, Turkey; and many nieces and nephews. Stan was preceded in death by one sister, Cathie Jo Gregg; his dear nieces, Tina Boyle, and Jennifer Brantley. A Memorial Service will be held Wednesday, March 13, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. at the High Prairie Church, 26480 187th Street. Leavenworth, KS. Memorial contributions may be made to High Prairie Church for the proclamation of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Arrangements entrusted to the Davis Funeral Chapel. Condolences may sent to