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Ronnie (Yellville, Arkansas) Gregg
February 1, 1953 ~ January 26, 2024 (age 70) 70 Years Old
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Ronald F. Gregg, 70, passed away Friday January 26, 2024, at his home in Yellville, AR. A graveside service will be held 11 A.M. Wednesday January 31 at Mt Pisgah Cemetery in Teoc. Rev. Eric Gregg will officiate.
Ronnie was born February 1, 1953, to Carlis F. and Aleeta Johnson Gregg in Rockford ILL. He lived in MS most of his life and for the past 26 years lived in Yellville, AR. Born into a family of musicians, he would sit and watch his uncles play and picked up on the guitar at an early age. His dad told him not to play after bedtime so he would hide in a closet to play not knowing they could hear him. In a talent show all you could see was the top of his head and arms as he played and sang “Silver Threads and Golden Needles.” Later he added piano and drums to the instruments he played. He also taught several others to play including his nephew, Peyton, to play both piano and guitar.
Pallbearers will be Donnie Walker, Patrick Yeoman, Peyton Yeoman, Josh Mullins, John Sanders, Thomas Counts, and Johnny Bailey.
He loved animals, especially dogs, and would bring home every stray he found. He parents had no idea where all the animals came from.
He is preceded in death by his parents, one sister, Linda Gregg, a brother, Allen Gregg and a special Aunt, Diane Bolin. He is survived by a daughter Sara Lynn Gregg of Mountain Home, AR; a sister, Dale Yeoman (Pookie) of Carrollton: two brothers, Donnie Gregg (Melissa) of Oxford, MS, Troy Gregg of Hot Springs, AR; two uncles, Furman Gregg (Donna) and James Ed Bolin both of Mountain Home, AR and a host of nieces, nephew, and cousins.
Memorials may be made to the Greenwood Humane Society, Delta Mutts or the charity of donor’s choice