Dalia Ann Gregory
Dalia Ann Gregory, 83 of San Antonio passed away on Nov. 21, 2018. She was born January 11, 1935 in Rochester, Texas and her family moved to Hereford in 1939 and then Dimmitt in 1950. She graduated from Dimmitt High School in 1953.
That same year she married the love of her life Bill Ross Gregory. The couple then moved to Abilene where Bill attended Abilene Christian College and Dalia worked for Citizens National Bank. They returned to Dimmitt in 1957.
Mrs. Gregory was a member of the Fourth and Bedford Church of Christ, serving as a pre-school Bible class supervisor for several years, taught classes and assisted in the nursery. She loved being a homemaker and enjoyed playing bridge.
Dalia devoted many years to raising her four boys. She also substituted in the Dim-mitt schools for several years and began working as a secretary in the Dimmitt High School office in 1987.
After working there for 10 years she retired and the couple then moved to San Antonio in 1999. Bill and Dalia were married 62 years until Bill passed away in 2015.
Mrs. Gregory was preceded in death by her father, Jess Twiner; her mother, Eargle Twiner-Vernon; her husband, Bill; her son, Bryan; and grandson, Benson.
She is survived by her sons, Bill J. of San Antonio, David and wife Mary of Abilene, Blaine and wife Erica of San Antonio; granddaughters, Allison, Elizabeth, Anna, and Lainey; grandsons, Jonathan and Cade; great-grandsons Nash and Eivan; great-granddaughters, Avery, Glory Jane, Rose and Georgia; her brother, Jack Twiner of Schertz, Texas; her sisters-in-law, Ellen Gregory of Georgetown, and Barbara Gregory of Nacogdoches; nephew, Keith Gregory; nieces, Rebecca Gregory, Jackie Twiner-Allen, Marilyn O’Conner, Cynthia Gregory and Emily Gregory; and a host of extended family and friends.
She will always be remembered by her family as a kind, loving and happy woman who loved God, her family and friends and who adored her husband Bill until the very end.
Services will be held at the Fourth and Bedford Church of Christ on Thursday, Nov. 29 at 1:30 p.m.
The family suggests that in lieu of flowers, memorials may be sent to the Westlawn Memorial Cemetery or a favorite charity.