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In memoriam
Oct. 3, 2022

Dr. David Arthur Gregory


With great sadness, we announce the passing of Dr. David Arthur Gregory, age 71, at his home on Oct. 3, 2022, with family by his side.

David was a devoted husband to Pamela and a proud father to Christopher (Shannon), Heather (David), and Jennifer (David).

His grandchildren Brielle, Ty, Owen, and Patrick brought pure joy to his life.

He will be missed by his brother and sister-in-law, Jim and Sharon Gregory, as well as his nephews.

David is predeceased by his father and mother, Arthur and Mary Gregory, as well as his sister and brother-in-law, Susan and Edward Brown.

David was born in Strathroy and raised in Ridgetown, Ont., before moving to London, Ont., to pursue a career in medicine at Western University.

He was happiest spending time with his kids and grandchildren, attending the annual Rock & Gem shows in Denver and Tucson, and showing his latest meteorite finds to friends, family and patients. David took great pride in his many unique collections, especially the meteorites on display at the Royal Ontario Museum.

Ensuring the care of the patients in his medical practice was always a top priority in his life and he treated each of them as a member of his extended family. His quiet, humble, and caring personality will be greatly missed by all those who knew him.

We want to thank his supportive friends and medical team, Dr. Floyd, Dr. Hertwig, Dr. Egbujuo, Dr. Jones, Dr. Cheng, Dr. Ikafia, Dr. Kay, Dr. MacDonald, Dr. Sey, Dr. Dhaliwal, Dr. Hertzman and Julie Campbell NP.

A very special thanks go out to Dr. Logan, who guided him through his journey with constant hope and laughter.

You will all be remembered by our family forever. Last but certainly not least, we would like to thank our family friend, Kathy Gilchrist, for her kindness, support, and devotion to the medical practice over the last 27 years.

At David's request, a public funeral service will not be held.

Those wishing to honour his memory are asked to consider a donation to Another Chance Wildlife Rehabilitation. Donations can be made by e-transfer to, or by mail to Another Chance Wildlife Rehabilitation, 98 Hemlock Street, St.Thomas, Ont., N5R 1X9.