Age 68, passed away January 9, 2013. He was born April 11, 1944, in Detroit, to Warren and Stella Gregory.

Warren was awarded the Certificate of Merit for his works as a sergeant in the U.S. Army. He received his BA and MA from the University of Detroit and his doctorate from Western Michigan University. He served as adjunct professor at Western Michigan and Central Michigan Universities and was former chief economist and director of public policy for the Michigan Legislature.

Dr. Gregory had written more than fifty publications on public policy and economics and received a number of statewide and national awards, including the prestigious Public Servant of the Year Award. His passion was economics – he authored several notable books including his most recent “Moving Up to Our Economic Future: Bottoms Up to Prosperity” in 2011.

He is survived by his wife Mary Elizabeth Holmes, an aunt Jean Tammaro DeMark, special cousin, Phyllis (Jean Hays) DeMark, and numerous cousins. He was preceded in death by his parents and a son.

A memorial service will be held at 11:00 a.m. on Saturday, January 12, 2013, at the Estes-Leadley Greater Lansing Chapel with the Rev. Lynn Jondahl officiating. In lieu of flowers, please perform a random act of kindness in memory of Warren.

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3 Messages to “Warren C. Gregory, Ph.D.”

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    Jim DeMark Says:

    I am late in adding my wife Diane and my condolences to Mary Elizabeth and Skip’s friends on his passing. I had many opportunities to catch up on both Wampum and Skip’s experiences when visiting my Mom over the last several years. Skip always had a story to share and a laugh to add to our times together. Despite his travels I always thought his heart remained in Wampum and Beaver Falls and New Castle. Skip, you shall be missed and we know you have gone to a better place and shall rest in peace forever. Jim and Diane DeMark

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    Diane Castle Says:

    Mary Elizabeth,
    My heart and thoughts are with you always as your journey continues.
    I am not able to be with you at such a special moment for you and Warren.
    Warren was such a stinker, loved by so many.
    Diane Lee Travis Castle

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    Phyllis DeMark Says:

    To Mary Elizabeth and all Warren’s friends in Michigan,

    The loss of my special cousin Warren weighs great on all of us. I will hold memories of great discussions over Pappa Joe’s Sausage Pizza and a cold beer. What I remember most is that the time was always punctuated by that sly and sweet smile of Warren’s.

    And as we know, next to Mary Elizabtheh, writing and his friends, Warren’s love of olive oil kept him going strong through all 42 of his lives!

    May you rest easily in God’s arms, dear cousin — My love, Phyllis

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