David N. Gregory, of Barrington

Posted 10/26/21

David N. Gregory, who was a longtime resident of Barrington, RI, passed away on Saturday, October 16, 2021 surrounded by his loving daughters.  He was the beloved husband of the late Patricia A. …

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David N. Gregory, of Barrington

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David N. Gregory, who was a longtime resident of Barrington, RI, passed away on Saturday, October 16, 2021 surrounded by his loving daughters.  He was the beloved husband of the late Patricia A. Gregory for nearly 64 years. Born in Providence, he was the son of the late Robert and Mary Louise Gregory. David was a devoted husband, father, grandfather, and great grandfather.

David graduated from Union College and then served in the United States Air Force where he was honorably discharged with the rank of Captain. He was a regional sales manager for Outokumpu American Brass for his entire career.

A member of the Barrington Congregational Church for nearly 60 years, he was active in many areas of the church, most notably as an usher for 35 years and organizing their blood drives for the American Red Cross. Upon retirement he was also an active volunteer with Tap-in in Barrington.

He is survived by his four daughters Karen O’Maley (David) of Cincinnati, Ohio, Kristen Berry (Craig), of Hollis, NH, Lee Ann Cotta (Steven) of Cumberland, RI, and Erin Murray (Christopher) of Medway, Mass.; cherished grandfather of David, Megan, and Katherine O’Maley, Craig and Kelsey Berry, Allison and Steven Cotta, Samantha and Caroline Murray and great-grandfather to Cory Leigh and David Gregory O’Maley.

His burial will be private. In lieu of flowers, contributions in David's memory may be made to the Providence Journal Holiday Fund or the Providence Journal Summertime Fund, charities he faithfully supported for over 50 years, c/o Rhode Island Foundation, One Union Station, Providence, RI 02903. https://rifoundation.kimbia.com/holidayfund , https://rifoundation.kimbia.com/summertimefund .

Visit rebellofuneral.com for online condolences.

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