Sally Lynn (Maier) Gregory
Thursday, February 26, 1959
Date of Death:
Sunday, October 13, 2019
60 years old
Sally Lynn (Maier) Gregory
Sally Lynn (Maier) Gregory, 60, of Oronoco, MN (formerly of La Crosse, WI), went home to Heaven on October 13, 2019 at Mayo Clinic of Rochester. She is survived by her devoted and
loving husband, Robert Gregory, daughter, Patricia (Bentzen) Tucker of La Crosse, WI, stepson, Lucas Gregory of Oronoco, MN and daughter, Angela Bentzen of St. Louis, MO, four
grandchildren,Jacob, Maisie, Trey and Dakota, her father, Robert J. Maier Sr, and a brother, Robert J. Maier Jr. She was preceded in death by her mother, Shirley (Henwood) Maier.
Sally graduated from Central High School of La Crosse, WI in 1977, and attended Viterbo University and University of Wisconsin- La Crosse. She held various jobs over the years, primarily centered around caring for others. She loved to ride motorcycles and enjoyed everything creative, from quilting and sewing to drawing, coloring and handcrafts. Sally was a lover of nature, forever the rescuer, including her three dogs, Wally, Riley and Toto. She was a very social and outgoing lady, always eager to lend a helping hand and to open her arms and heart to anyone who needed it. Sally will be truly missed. May her giving spirit be remembered forever.
No formal arrangements will be made. In lieu of flowers, please consider the needs of the family. Online condolences may be made at www.mackenfuneralhome.com.
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I've had a few hurricanes on my insides, they don't get easier with practice. Sudden death has visited before, that too gets no easier. I remember your smile that lit up more than a room... Your hug and being a part of those who loved and accepted me when that was unthinkable. Your laugh, your genuineness. I knew you as a true, fantastic hippie friend, and loved you dearly, like so many others. You gave so much to so many, and left here making it a better place than when you found it. I miss you. I can't believe I'm writing this about you, Bright Light, and we'll meet again. Thank you for being my friend... Love, Respect, and Honor. Always.
Truly a wonderful person and a special lady and a contagious smile 😊
I have such fond memories of Sally. No matter what or where she was at, she always put out such positive energy and saw the good in people and situations. I’m sending many prayers and much love to Sally’s family for comfort during this time. She will be missed by so many people. I’m forever grateful for her presence in my life especially most recently. We had lost touch and it meant so much to me when she reached out to me. She will be forever in my heart. I’m so sorry for our loss far too soon of her presence in this world but they are most certainly rejoicing in heaven! Lucky them 😊
As much as I love to talk, I am at a loss for words. I take your love and lessons with me in my heart, and miss you already. Watch over me, and the kids. I hope we make you proud.
I love you.
To the moon and back,
I will miss this wonderful, fun, beautiful lady with a tremendous heart. Sally's smile really lit up the room to compliment her wonderful personality. Sending lots of love, prayers and hugs to comfort all during this difficult time; I'm sure she is with you all the time, she's your angel now.
To the entire family of Sally Gregory, you have our deepest condolences. Most all of the memories of Sally are her younger years, with her Mom, Dad, brother and even her grandmom from across the pond! I will truly miss our FB messages. She was a loving, caring woman. May she rest in peace. Also, to her family, hold all your memories close and smile alot. I know she would want that!
Our sincerest condolences, to Bob and family, for the loss of such a wonderful woman.
How blessed is my life that it was touched by yours. The few times we actually had together were full of laughter, joy and even some wisdom. Your love for others was always evident and your love of living was so infectious. Although we were miles apart I felt a great sister kinship with you. I will miss you as soany others do to. Say hi to Jesus for me. See you when I get there.
Sally, you will be forever missed by so many of us. I know I only met you a couple of times but it was an instant friendship. You made my heart smile every day with your Facebook posts and now your loving husband is doing the same... You were special to so many of us and brightened the world with your loving spirit... it's hard to believe that you are gone... love all the way to heaven for you...
I miss you so much I can't even begin to put into words how this feels. I'll take with me all the great memories and lessons and hopefully while I know you are watching over me, I can make you proud. I wasn't ready to let you go but, I know you are at peace and in a better place now. I pray to you daily and find some comfort in some of the last conversations we had.
I love you always-
Memories are Forever!! The way we felt as one when we were on the bike,that was our Peace & Serenity !! You made our home a security you always had love for our kids,( puppies) !! You made me smile with your quick humor !! I’ll missed those hardy laughs !! I’ll never forget all your Sal isms !! Road Trips with the puppies were always an adventure !! I’ll always remember our honeymoon on the bike to the North Shore and Ely. Your first trip to Sturgis,I didn’t think you would ever loss that big smile off your face. Thanks for the Memories,Loving You Always !!
Baby,I'm missing you very much. Im so grateful we had the chance to share a part of our Life’s Journey together. Until we meet again !! Loving You Always, Bobby B,Toto,Riley,and Wally !!!
My beautiful friend, your spirit lives on and i will forever remember you in many different ways. We had a special connection of picking up where our last conversations ended. Your wit and laughter will forever ring in my ears. I remember your journey to accept Christ into your heart and how peaceful you felt. Of course we shared the love of the GB Packers which made our husbands cringe. Our many bike rides together the joy of Sturgis together. So many memories. I love you, I am so very sad you are gone, but I know the big picture and the promise of God that i will see you again. Rest in peace
When our spirits first met we connected in a profound way. You were more than special to me. We grew together, learned from each other and always moved forward. Every where I look I see you. Bob, Angie, Trisha, Lucas and the grandbabies...you have had a great loss my heart hurts for you. May you find peace in knowing she is dancing with the angels.
Sally you were such a special spirit that connected with mine. I was attracted to your beliefs, love, and sincerity in your belief in your higher power. You touched my life and I am grateful to have crossed paths with you. I love you.