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Gregory Garland Nalls

Gregory Garland Nalls, 53, of Charlotte, North Carolina went to be with his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ on May 18, 2021. Greg was born to Glynn and Judith Nalls in Newport News, Virginia in 1967. Left to cherish his memory is his loving wife Ambrosia along with their children Sarah and Steven, granddaughter Adalina Tavaraz, Extended Family; Brooke, Kaitlyn, and Emily Williams. Bri, Jack Jill Johnny and June Sandy along with Blair Nalls. Greg was a family man who loved his wife and children dearly. He always knew the right thing to say and was known for his wise words of advice. Greg worked for Papa Johns for over 20 years. His vibrant and charming personality impacted many coworkers and customers' lives. His ability to always see the bright side was something appreciated about him. He was always excited to see his kids follow their dreams and supported them in every way. He was someone you could talk to when nobody else would listen Greg had dreams of traveling with his wife and enjoyed weekend adventures with her often. He will be deeply missed by his family and friends. A Celebration on Life service will be held at Central Church of God in Charlotte on May 22 at 2:00 pm.to remember Gregory. The family will greet friends one hour prior to service time.

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Dear Ambrosia and family. Our love, thoughts, and prayers are with all of you.God Bless!

Amado & Maria May 22 2021 10:43 AM

Thank you so much for everything you did for me, and all the great advice you gave me.. You were truly a second father to me.. And I just wish I could get one more big hug from you... You and Your family will forever be in my heart and life I know you have the biggest smile up there, watching over us. Love you forever

Kara May 22 2021 1:35 AM

I would like to say that I am deeply sorry for the family of Greg. He was a very inspirational person and a great person to know. Although I may not have worked with him much, I always was able to see him every day I stopped by Papa Johns and he was always there to check to see how I am doing and telling me am going to do big things. Greg was more then a delivery driver/ co worker to me, he felt like family as he was nothing but positive and always making sure everyone around him was doing great. I do hope one day that we are able to see Greg again once more, but until that time comes, I wish you nothing but the best in your next life big man. It wont be the same without seeing you. God bless you Greg. You will be missed. Marcos Viladrosa

Marcos Viladrosa May 22 2021 12:05 AM

Dang man Im sorry to hear. Every time I rode by the store I swear I saw Greg! He was very helpful when I didnt know anything as a new driver! Sorry for your loss and totally praying for you and the family.

Carlton Riley May 21 2021 11:22 PM

I had the privilege to have worked with him he was not only a great boss but a friend as well I'm saddened to her this unfortunate news has above and beyond being a friend but a loving husband and a family man LARRY SOSEBEE

Larry Sosebee May 21 2021 10:18 PM

Dear Ambrosia and family. Our love, thoughts, and prayers are with all of you. Praying that you feel the love and the peace of God as you transition to life here on earth with out your beloved one! God Bless, Connie & Ted Byrd

Minister Connie Byrd May 21 2021 8:24 PM

Sincerest condolences. I worked with him for several years at the Matthews/ Mint Hill store. He was a kind man and the world is less for his passing.

Gregory Shaddinger May 21 2021 2:59 PM

We are so sorry for your loss of Greg! Prayers for all of Gregs family! RIP Greg! God Bless!

Jr & Sherry House May 21 2021 2:39 PM

Bonny and I Scott express our condolences and prayers for you and all the family members. You where a good man devoted to your family Missing you Scott and Bonny Taylor

Scott Taylor May 21 2021 2:31 PM

I am so sorry. Greg you were big in stature but bigger in your kindness towards everyone. I will cherish all the memories we had...RIP big man ...

Jim Ferdenzi May 21 2021 12:54 PM