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Warren "Peanut" Gregg

January 5, 1952 ~ July 1, 2018 (age 66)

  Warren Baxter Gregg, born to Williemae Gregg and the late James Kimbrow on January 5, 1952 in Baltimore, Md. Peanut was called home suddenly on Sunday July 1, 2018.

Peanut affectionately called by everyone that knew him, received his education in the Baltimore City Public Schools System. Peanut was a man that knew a little bit about everything and he loved to share that knowledge to encourage others along the way. Peanut has had multiple jobs (because he knew a little bit about everything LOL) over the years, Peanut has been a fence builder, he’s been a welder, a truant officer, probation officer and a all-around fix it guy. However, as much as he would fix, he would break,LOL.

Peanuts favorite song was “I will Always Love My Momma” by the O Jays. Once that song came on, he would start singing to his favorite girl his momma. One of Peanut’s favorite pass times was to watch Dark Shadows and play Dominos with his sister Deany. Peanut and his sister Janice were considered the prayer warriors of the family (so they were often busy). Peanut and his sister Darlene would reminisce about the good old days. Peanut and his sister Karen were considered the unofficial twins Mae had, that’s how close they were. Although Peanut was not the oldest brother, he was the last big brother to his sister Jackie.

Peanut loved to spend time with his family including his brother Connell and his adopted neighborhood family. Through all of his challenges in his life he has always found time and space to have a relationship with God. Peanut loved to attend church; on most Sundays, he would make his way to the Jeremiah Temple Church under the leadership of District Elder B. Durham to experience the fellowship and worshiping of his lord and savior, Jesus Christ. Peanut will forever be loved and missed by his family.

Preceded his death: his daughter, Nyisha D. Gregg, brothers, Jerry (Buddy), Ricky and Eddie.

Leaves to mourn: mother Williemae Moore, sisters, Geraldine Jackson, Janice Johnson, Darlene Boone, Karen Thompson and Jacqueline Holmes; one brother, Connell Mason; two brothers-in-law, Anthony Holmes and Ronald Thompson and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins and his neighborhood friends.                                                  

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