Wilma Elizabeth (Leedy) Gregg

December 10, 1923 ‒ September 16, 2019

Fredericktown, Ohio

Wilma Elizabeth (Leedy) Gregg of Fredericktown passed away on Monday, September 16, 2019 surrounded by her loving family at the Country Court Nursing Center in Mount Vernon. She was born on December 10, 1923 in Richland County on Bangorville Road, Bellville to the late Leon and Flossie (Leedy) Leedy.

Wilma was a devoted and loving wife, mother, and grandmother.  She cherished time spent with her family and enjoyed being surrounded by her family.

Wilma graduated from Bellville High School in 1942 and was the 1941 Homecoming Queen. Wilma worked for the Tappan Company in the 1940’s and contributed to the War effort by being a welder in the drop tank department and later after the war in the enamel department until her marriage to Stanley Gregg on September 29, 1946. After their sons were raised, she worked in the cosmetic department at Lazarus in the Richland Mall.  She was a life time member of the Palmyra Church of Christ.

Everyone who knew Wilma has their own experiences and memories to cherish.  We ask you to remember them in her memory.

Wilma is survived by her loving husband of nearly 73 years Stanley Gregg; her sons, Mike Gregg of Huron and Randy (Nancy) Gregg of Fredericktown; granddaughter, Michelle Gregg of Bellville; grandson, John Gregg of Bellville; brother,  Donley Leedy of Florida;  sister, Jeannie Twaddell of Florida; brother, Larry Leedy of Bellville; and numerous nieces and nephews.

In addition to her parents, Wilma was preceded in death by an infant son, Gary Gregg; daughter-in-law, Linda (Chew) Gregg; infant brother, Donald Leedy; brothers, Russell and Eldon Leedy; and a brother-in-law, William Twaddel.

At Wilma’s request, there will be no calling hours and a private graveside service will be held at a later date.

Contributions in her memory can be made to Clear Fork Alliance Church, 1088 OH 97, Bellville, OH 44813 or Palmyra Church of Christ, 21184 Zolman Road, Fredericktown, OH 43019.

To share a memory or send an expression of sympathy to the family visit www.snyderfuneralhomes.com

The Snyder Funeral Home in Fredericktown is honored to serve the family of Wilma Elizabeth (Leedy) Gregg.


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  • Our very special thanks to the services & staff of Dr. William Elder, Knox Community Hospital, Country Court Care Facility & Kindred Service for Hospice care. Medical concerns, hospitality, communication and comfort have been delivered with quality and personal sincerity. Clergy & congregational support from Pastors: Troy Northrup – and families of the Palmyra Church of Christ, & Dr. Michael Stine- Clear Fork Alliance Church & members have provided prayers, visits, and strong encourgement for many years to Wilma, Stanley and our family. Much appreciation to the experience & expertise of the Snyder Family for guidance during this part of the journey.. The communities , neighbors & friends of Wilma’s childhood, youth, early marriage & parenting and later into retirement days at the farm have been inspirational – affording her many wonderful moments – reflective in the smiles, laughter and legacy of her family, friendships and memories. Most respectfully thankful for the blessings to her …….

    • Wilma was such a beautiful, wonderful woman. She was special to me my whole life. I don’t think life on earth will ever be the same without her in it. We will see her beautiful face again! God bless you all, her precious family. We send much love to each of you, Morgan and Marla Dague

  • Dear Randy, Nancy and the Entire Gregg and Leedy Families, We were saddened to read bout Mrs. Gregg’s passing. Although we never had the pleasure of meeting her, the obituary tells the story about what a great woman she was. We are sending you all, our deepest sympathy and friendship. May your fond memories of this beautiful woman help you through this loss. She will still be alive through all of you. May it help to know that you have friends who are thinking about you. Sincerely, Susan and Dick Huggins/Fredericktown

  • Deeply saddened not to get to visit Wilma here on earth again. My idea of fun was going to visit the Greggs. We would chat about almost anything. Wilma and her siblings along with Stan and his family grew up in the Palmyra Church of Christ when Carmon and I were at Pal. This couple brought much joy to my life and I will deeply miss Wilma. Prayers to the family for peace and comfort in the days and years ahead. Much love

  • Randy and Nancy So sorry to hear of your Mother’s passing. I hope and pray it was peaceful. Condolences to you and your family.

  • Wilma was the 1941 Bellville High School Home Coming Queen.
    Graduating in 1942, she retained that royal dignity her entire life.
    She was someone to admire.

  • Stanley, Randy, Nancy Gregg and family,
    Our prayers are with you in the loss of Wilma.
    We have great memories of her and all the family members at Palmyra Church. Your in our prayers during this time off her loss here on earth.

  • May your memories bring you comfort & peace. God’s grace and mercy over the Gregg family. Denny & Susie Lotz 🙏🙏🙏💞

  • Our thoughts and prayers are with your family! Have many wonderful memories of the Stanley Gregg Family. Wilma was a special lady. Love you all!

  • I have many mixed feelings , learning of the death of Wilma, a beautiful and gracious woman. I have many fond memories of her and her family, mostly from the years at the Palmyra Church of Christ.I send my sympathies to her family, yet I rejoice that her years of serving her Lord , is now being rewarded , as she journeys to her new Heavenly home.May the Lord comfort and bless the loved ones she leaves behind. Hugs,Love, and Prayers, Mabel Weller.

  • Dear Randy, Nancy & family, Our sincere sympathy to you in the loss of your mother. I also remember Wilma when she worked at Lazarus. She was so pretty, friendly, and always “dressed to the nines”. We are thinking of and praying for you during this time.

  • Gregg Family—- so sorry for your loss. I will always remember Wilma’s friendliness when I attended Palmyra Church. May your memories bring you peace. Deepest sympathy

  • From the family of Emery & Vivian Armstrong, we their daughters extend our sympathies to your families. Putting on that which is imperishable is truly the treasure of the heart. May peace travel with you along this shadowland journey.
    Crystal, Coral & Charlene.

  • Randy, Nancy and families, so very sorry for the loss of your loved one. You have our blessings and prayers at this time of sorrow..

  • Prayers to the family, I am so sorry for your loss. Wilma was such a wonderful person. R.I.P. dear one.

  • Dear Stan and family,
    We are sorry for your loss with Wilma’s passing. I remember her always having a smile and a peaceful spirit about her.
    We can rejoice as we trust in Jesus’ words in John 5 that, “whoever hears my word and believes him who sent me has eternal life and will not be judged but has crossed over from death to life.”

    Cindy (McClure) ONeill and family
    Dorothy McClure

  • I worked with Wilma in Lazarus cosmetics in the early 1980’s. With her grace, poise and elegance I was amazed to learn she was a farm wife. She was an asset to the department adding her own special beauty. My condolences to her entire family and friends. I was blessed to have known her. May God bless you and comfort you during this time of loss.

  • Hugs and Prayers Mike to you and your family in your loss. You are in our prayers.
    Diane Hoffman, Sandie and Jim Beal, Scott and Bev Hoffman, Amy and Dave Svoboda.

  • Mike… I extend my sincere condolence upon the death of your mother. She certainly had a honorable, interesting and rewarding long life. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers….. Burk Jisa

  • My heartfelt condolences to the Gregg family – especially Stan, Mike, Randy & Nancy. It was my pleasure to visit the farm house and “care for” Wilma. She never made my job feel like “work” because we smiled & laughed and mostly just enjoyed visiting. She always said something interesting or inspiring, letting me know just how precious life & love & family is….l admired her will, her wit, her determination and most of all her love of family. She cherished her family, always updating me on their current activities. My last encounter with Wilma was short, but sweet. We shared a hug & kiss & smile, as she was accompanied by “her boys”. May you rest in Eternal Peace Wilma💛
    Sincerely, Brenda Stutz

  • Dearest Gregg Family, We have been neighbors for over forty-five years and friends for much longer.Your family is very precious.Serving the Lord’s Church at Palmyra in so many ways. Know that you all are in our thoughts and prayers. Larry and I will miss Wilmas smile and laughter and talking about the good ol’ days. Stanley, you were a sweet couple. God be near you all. Love, Larry and Ruth Ann Huffstutler

  • Randy, Nancy and family,

    I just heard of your Mothers passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you.
    Wilma was a beautiful lady! Rest in knowing we’ll all meet again one day.


    Rosanna Craven

  • To all of Wilma’s family and friends;
    I am deeply saddened to see the loss of one of the most beautiful ladies I had the fortune of meeting. Wilma and Stan were my neighbors and friends for several years. They were such a beautiful couple. One of my fondest memories of Wilma was the first time I entered her home; the beautiful white carpet in her home and my awe of how she kept it so beautiful married to a farmer and sons and grandkids in and out, amazing. She will be forever remembered.
    Deepest sympathy; Deborah Kay Davis

  • We are sorry for your loss. We always enjoyed seeing Wilma & Stanley when we would visit Palmyra Church of Christ when our son Mike was there. My Mom, Wanda (Leedy) Robertson , sends her condolences, for her and Wilma are first cousins, since their fathers, John Bryan and Leon Leedy were brothers. Prayers during this time.