Greg A. Wampler

July 10, 1967 ‒ August 28, 2015

Westerville, Ohio

Wampler lighthouseGreg A. Wampler, age 48 of Westerville, went to be with the Lord on Friday August 28, 2015 at his residence following a long illness.

He was born in Columbus to the late Paul Wampler and Jenny (Hamilton) Butts of Rockbridge. He was a 1986 graduate of Buckeye Valley High School and was a plumber by trade. Greg was active in his earlier years with Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts as a pack and troop leader.

Greg was the apple of his Grandmother Hazel’s eye and was her number 1 boy. Greg’s children were upmost in his life and he treasured the time he spent with them. He loved music of all types, The Ohio State Buckeyes Football, and anything to do with Christmas. Greg had a very bold personality and loved to do things in a very big way. He would do anything to help anybody in need and loved technology having the latest and greatest of everything.

He is survived by his children: Vincent Warren Wampler, Amanda Jewel Wampler, Jessica Hazel Wampler all of Greenville, SC.; mother: Jenny (James) Butts of Rockbridge; brothers: Brian Wampler of Edison, Chad (Sharon) Wampler of Galena; sister: Tricia Steffen of Edison; the extended family; mother of his children: Brandy Wampler.

Friends may call Tuesday from 5-8 p.m. at the DeVore-Snyder Funeral Home, SR 3 at 61, Sunbury where services will be held Wednesday at 11 a.m. with Pastor Ed Colegrove officiating.

In lieu of flowers memorial contributions can be made to: Enterprise Baptist Church Ministries, 3055 State Route 95, Edison, Ohio 43320.

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  • Jenny and family,
    I am so very sorry for your loss and heartache. My sincere condolences to you and your family. My prayers are with you all.

  • I cannot express the sadness I feel for you & all of us. It is so hard to loose a member of your family no matter how often you were in touch. But too lose your child has to be like no other pain in this word. Please know I pray for peace. Can’t help but smile though wen he saw his Grandma Hazel & his Dad.for the first time.

    Love to you

  • Family,

    I am just so sad for you all. My mind goes back to our teen years where we were in youth group together. I’ve always considered your family as an extension of my own, so know that I’m thinking about you as you walk through this.


  • RIP. Sorry for your loss. Thoughts and prayers are sent to you and your family.
    Patrick C Pennington

  • Please accept my most heartfelt sympathies for your loss. My thoughts are with you and your family during this difficult time.


    • I echo that. I think back to the time when we were teens attending youth group together. Life on this earth is just too short, but thank God we have HOPE through Christ to be reunited for eternity.

  • God hasn’t made many like Greg. He was not only a big guy but had a big gregarious personality too. I know that only God’s grace will carry you all through these tough times. I’m very sorry for the pain you are experiencing but know that Jenny, Tricia, Brian, Chad, the children and the whole family are in my prayers.

  • Wampler family , Didn’t make many like Greg , had been a friend since Radnor and BV days . This news brings much sadness , thoughts and prayers to the entire family .

  • Knew his parents well and remember him as a child. My sympathy to the entire family for their loss.

  • Growing up with Jenny and her brothers and sisters at the Edison Church our families were always so close. My heart is broken for all of you. I know Grandma Hazel is holding him in her sweet arms. Love and prayers to you all. Diana (Greene) Bachelder

  • I am sadden to hear of Gregs passing. He was such a gentle soul. My heart goes out to his family. Sending my thoughts and prayers to you all.

  • Sending sincere sympathy to the entire family. You will all be comforted by love and grace and with memories of times with Greg. My thoughts are with you.

  • My heart is heavy and my prayers are with all of you in this time of much needed faith and dependence on God to get you through and to keep you in His tender loving care, for now and forever…

  • My prayers are with the family during this terribly sad time. May God bless you with your memories of Greg.

  • Jenny & family,
    So very saddened by the loss of Greg. Thankful God blesses us with precious memories that no one can take away. Praying for comfort, peace and God’s love to surround you each one. Many happy memories of all of you always in my life in our little Edison church. Love you each one!
    Robin Greene Snow

  • Jenny, my heart is breaking for you. Your family has always had a special place in my heart. Praying that Jesus will hold you in his loving arms knowing that your sweet boy is with Him. Love to you.
    Terri Cantrell Walton

  • So sorry for your loss greg was one of a kind and a awesome friend and person my prayers are with your family at this very sad time. kerri

  • Jenny and family, so sorry for your loss. Our thoughts and prayers go out to you Carole Wells and family.

  • To Thr family of Greg Wampler,

    I had the pleasure to meet Greg through scouting. As you all know he was an influential person and just a great guy to be around. I know no words can take away the sadness you feel inside, but I wanted to offer you some words that have helped me in some difficult times.

    “so that your faith might not rest on human wisdom, but on God’s power.”
    ‭‭1 Corinthians‬ ‭2:5‬ ‭NIV‬‬

    David French

  • Very sorry to hear of Greg’s passing from this earth, but Heaven gained another angel. Treasure all the great memories you made. May God give the family strength and courage during this difficult time.

  • Meet greg in 03. He was the first person to show me the plumbing ropes and is the reason i became a better man at plumbing.his storys of childhood were awsome..strong as a ox…kind as a teddy sorry for all as we are all at a loss..never meet his mom and dad but they did a super job planting seeds in their son that grew more than they can imagine….

  • Heartfelt condolences to Greg’s family and loved ones. The Wamplers were our across-the-street neighbors in Westerville. Good neighbors are hard to find. Please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers. Take care.