May 30, 1967 ~ March 4, 2021

Born in: Baton Rouge, Lousiana
Resided in: College Station, Texas

Gregory Alan Cupit, 53 of College Station, Texas was called home to be with his Lord & Savior on March 4, 2021. He was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana on May 30, 1967 to Gerald (Jerry) Warren Cupit, Sr and Florence June Spry Cupit. He attended schools in Denham Springs, LA, Houston, TX, Montgomery, TX and graduated from Conroe High School in 1986. He turned 16 while touring Europe playing his tuba. He attended Blinn College in Brenham on a music scholarship where he met his wife, Rhonda Kettrick Cupit. Although Greg accepted Jesus as his Lord and Savior as a young man he was baptized May 31, 1992 by Pastor Paul Sevar of Independence Baptist Church at Rocky Creek. Greg and Rhonda were married June 6, 1992 at Independence Baptist Church in Independence, Texas. They were blessed with five children. Greg made a career in the trucking industry traveling all across the United States. When he was not working, he enjoyed spending his time with friends and family while hunting and fishing.

He is survived by: wife, Rhonda Cupit, children: Katie Jo Mullins (Billy), Austin Thomas Kettrick Cupit, Kellianne Savannah Cupit, Cheyenne Elizabeth Cupit, Justin Gregory Cupit, and a special little girl that shared his home for a while and his heart forever, Nevaeh Pollard, granddaughter: Ashlynn Ember Nichole Mullins, brothers: Gerald “Jerry” Cupit, Jr (Trini), Lawrence “Larry” Arthur Cupit (Deanna), brother-in-law: Mitchell Kettrick (Adriana), sister-in-law: Donna Gandy, mother-in-law: Judy Kettrick, nieces and nephews: Cody Cupit (Amy), Sean Cupit (Kristin), Jeremy Cupit, Emily Cupit, Haley Cupit, Tyler Cupit, Chelsea Thorton (Danny), Shelby Kettrick, Brandy Scholze (Jair), Megan Gandy, great nieces and great nephews: Jace Cupit, Kylie Cupit, Bryce Cupit, Jayden Scholze, Aunts & Uncles: Sally & Jerry Bumpus, Nancy & Ronald Scott, Bruce & Nancy Cupit, Tony & Lynda Cupit, Dottie & Murry Daniels, Gwen Chapman, cousins: Jeff Bumpus (Cheryl), Tracey Rheams (Jason), Jayson Scott (Catherine), Kelly Lomax (David), Saxon Hughes (Mikel), Zachary Rheams (Rio), Savannah Rheams, and numerous other cousins.

He is preceded in death by his parents, grandparents: Arthur B.Cupit, Sr and Eva Baham Cupit, Lawrence Spry, Thomas and Katie McLemore, and father-in-law, Fred Kettrick.

Funeral arrangements are entrusted to Callaway-Jones. Memorial Services will be held at Callaway-Jones in Bryan, TX on Saturday, March 13, 2021 at 3 pm with visitation prior at 2pm. A Celebration of Life will be held Sunday, March 14, 2021 at Overlook Park Pavilion at Lake Somerville starting at noon.

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  1. Our hearts ache for you all in your loss. WE are praying for our Lord to give you all the peace and comfort you need during this sad time, and to give you all strength in the days ahead.
    Our love and thoughts to you all,
    Tracie and Earl

  2. We we truly heartbroken to hear of Greg’s passing. He gave so Me but especially John some great memories filled with so much laughter. We are sending prayers for strength and peace during this hard time. Embrace your memories that he left because those will get you through the hard days. We love you all so very much.
    John and Patti Claxton

  3. We so sorry to hear of this. Please accept our heartfelt condolences. You’re in our thoughts and prayers.
    All our best wishes to you and your family.

  4. Rhonda,
    The news of Greg breaks my heart. I hold you and the family up in my prayers for peace, comfort and strength.
    Ms. Ladonna

  5. Rhonda,
    Joan and I are so sorry for your loss. Greg really loved life and loved people. I remember when we went to Promise Keepers in San Antonio with the Vineyard Church of Brenham. We pray that the God of all comfort will give you and the family his peace and comfort as only he can. Our prayers are with you.
    Shalom,
    Don and Joan Winkles

  6. Greg always had a smile on his face, and he had a gentle soul. I only knew him a short time at Blinn, but I could tell he loved Rhonda dearly. He made me laugh so much… My heart breaks for your loss, Larry & Rhonda & for all of his family & friends. A very sad time. He will always be with you.

  7. So sorry for your loss! Boss man I will truly miss you but know that you are in a better place with our Lord! Until we meet again. Keep on Trucking

    • My thoughts and prayers to the cupit family, I had no idea!, Greg and Austin always been like family to me, I’m a lost for words. Sorry for the loss, he will most definitely be missed.

  8. So sorry to hear this news. May God give you and the family the comfort that only He can give during this time. May He surround you with comfort, fill you with peace and strengthen you with faith. May the love you shared and the love from God increase each day. Yes, you will miss him but God is faithful and you will see him again one day! You and your family will remain in my prayers.

  9. I just wanted to take the time out to say thank you for always being there and accepting Nevaeh as your own. You will always hold a warm and special place in all of our hearts. You are truly a blessing and we will forever be thankful and love yall dearly. Bless you all and we are so sorry for your loss. Greg you are truly amazing we love you and Nevaeh says she Hope’s your close and she loves you

  10. Greg was a close friend in high school and was a special student of my Mom’s, Mrs. Phyllis Patin. She passed in June, so I know she was waiting to greet him in heaven. I know he was a special man and will truly be missed.

  11. Greg was a business aquaintance that always had a story that would put a smile on your face. I enjoyed our gatherings at Sanderson Farms parking lots or other grain elevators around Texas. I don’t think he ever met a stranger. The trucking industry has lost a good one with his passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you the family.

  12. To Rhonda and the Cupit family, sorry to hear about your husband passing away. My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

  13. To the Cupit family,
    Very sorry to hear of Greg’s passing. I knew Greg through his trucking company and an occasional hunt.
    He always had a smile. My thoughts and prayers are with Greg and his family.

  14. Rhonda, you and your kids and your family are being lifted up in prayer. Know that your school family at Bryan High are here for you.

  15. All of our prayers and thoughts are with you Rhonda and your family. Greg and I were the best of friends as well as working together for 15 plus years along with hunting and fishing all those years together. A true gentleman and he loved his family so very much . I love you and will miss you Greg . Always Gregg and Becki Russell

  16. Our deepest sympathies to The Cupit Family. Your family will be in our prayers.

    The Smith Family of Dobbin, Texas

  17. Rhonda,
    We were so sadden to hear this and will be praying for you and your family.
    Brad & Kay Lawhun

  18. My deepest sympathies for the Cupit family. I will praying for the family. Gregg gave me a job and a start as a owner operator and along the journey provided good advice. Some on trucking some on family.
    My family and I will be forever thankful. God provides, let him be your comfort and place of refuge during this time.

  19. We have known Gregg for several years. We enjoyed his company and are sad at his passing. God Bless

  20. Rhonda, who would have known we would both be widowed just a few short months apart. My heart hurts for your loss, too. But we know Greg is with the Lord, and and with so many other loved ones. I pray you have peace and comfort from knowing he was loved by many, and especially in knowing he is now in the presence of our Lord and Savior, and experiencing the love He has for us that is beyond any description.
    Much love to you and your family,
    Tracie

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