Todd Laney Gregory

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December 2, 1962 ~ April 27, 2023

Born in: Merkel, Texas
Resided in: College Station, Texas

Todd Laney Gregory, age 60, of College Station, Texas passed away suddenly from natural causes on April 27, 2023.

He is survived by his wife Karen; son Tanner; daughter-in-law Lucy; grandson Rocky; mother June; nephew Duncan Stanley; and brother-in-law Stacy Stanley. He was preceded in death by his father Joe, and sister Lisa (Stanley).

Todd was born and raised in Merkel, Texas. He earned his BBA in Finance from Texas Tech University. He then moved to San Francisco to start his career at Chevron. After 9 years in the Bay area, the family moved to College Station to be closer to extended family when Tanner was born. It was there he began his 24 year career at Texas A&M University in Financial Management Operations where he served as a Director.

He began dating Karen in 2005 and while they only had 18 years together, they made the most of them! Todd loved to travel and was looking forward to having the time for longer trips in retirement. He and Karen took an annual trip to the Florida gulf coast (along Scenic Hwy 30A) where they enjoyed many beautiful sunsets on the beach. Some of Todd’s favorite travels included hiking, especially in National Parks, and a Mediterranean cruise from Istanbul to Rome.

Todd was a family man. His favorite part of the week was Sunday afternoons when Tanner, Lucy and Rocky came to “GiGi’s house” to spend time with Papa G and GiGi. Todd loved playing with little Rocky, but also cherished the opportunity to see his son whom he loved with all his heart and soul!

Todd loved music and especially enjoyed listening under the stars at an amphitheater. Sports were a big part of his life as well, especially Texas Tech sports. He was very proud that his son was a Division 1 athlete on the track team at Texas Tech. Todd played softball and golf in his adult life and enjoyed an evening walk with Karen most weekdays.

Todd was taken from us too soon and his memory will be cherished by numerous family, friends and colleagues.

Funeral services for Todd will be at 3:00 pm Friday, May 5, 2023 at Callaway-Jones Funeral and Cremation Center in Bryan with a time of visitation one hour prior to service.


Visitation: May 5, 2023 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Room: Bluebonnet Chapel

Callaway-Jones Funeral Home & Cremation Center
3001 S College Ave
Bryan, TX 77801


Memorial Service: May 5, 2023 3:00 pm

Room: Bluebonnet Chapel

Callaway-Jones Funeral Home & Cremation Center
3001 S College Ave
Bryan, TX 77801


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  1. God has another Angel Todd you were an amazing man and you will be missed. See you again my friend in Heaven’s Paradise. We all will be singing again my friend . I enjoyed working with you at FMO for many years. May God comfort your family always.

  2. I was shocked to hear of Todd’s passing. Todd was such an inspiration and it was a pleasure to talk with him about the world of Property Management. He will be missed beyond words. May God have his arms around his family and friends during this difficult time. Hugs to you all.

  3. I am so sorry to hear of Todd’s passing; he was such a wealth of knowledge for the Texas A&M University System and always so professional. He helped me on numerous occasions with inventory situations and gave genuine care to those who reached out to him for his guidance and knowledge.
    My deepest sympathies to his family and direct coworkers.

    Geoffrey-Texas A&M University–Texarkana

  4. I was saddened to hear of Todd’s passing. Todd was always polite, professional, and courteous. I have worked with him in the world of Property management since he’s been at the University and always appreciated his guidance and support to me and my team. May his family and friends find comfort.

  5. This is so hard to process, and I know it must be even more so for Karen. Todd was a great friend and colleague and will be missed. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

  6. What a fantastic picture of Todd…I can hear his laugh and see him either shaking his head at me or agreeing wholeheartedly about something we would talk about for property. Todd was one of the first property managers I met with the A&M System back in 2001. He was a tremendous asset (he’ll appreciate the pun) and will be missed more than words can ever say. Karen, you are in my thoughts, always. Much love, Erin

    Erin Miller
    Texas A&M Transportation Institute

  7. Although, I did not work directly with Todd at TAMU, he was a joy to talk to. He was a wealth of knowledge and never hesitated to talk to me and help me when I had a question. He will be greatly missed.
    Praying for peace and comfort for the family.

  8. We were extremely saddened to hear of Todd’s unexpected and untimely passing. We know Karen will miss him beyond words. Our deepest sympathies go to his family. May they find comfort in the knowledge that they are in our thoughts and prayers as well as of many friends and co-workers.

  9. I am so sorry for your loss! Todd was a true delight to know and work with. Praying for Karen and Todd’s families. May God carry you during this difficult time.

  10. I am truly sorry for Todd’s passing. He was a lovingly devoted husband to my friend Karen and brought her genuine happiness. I was so grateful that he and Karen gave me a tour of Texas A&M’s updates when I last visited. It showed he was a very selfless, kind and giving man. My prayers are with his family and friends.

  11. I had the pleasure to worked with Todd in my 3 yrs with him at FMO. He was the most respected man I ever met. Its hurt my heart that he gone now. 🙁 Prayers for his family, especially his wife, Karen.. You will be missed terribly.

  12. Todd was an amazing person and a strong leader. Matthew and I send our prayers to Karen and their family. Karen and Todd are precious people who provide so much light and encouragement to all of us. Todd worked in a way we all respected. He researched every detail when he worked on a project and he shared his research to ensure we all could weigh in and be in agreement. He demanded excellence from himself and inspired us. He is part of our A&M family forever. We miss him and know he is in a beautiful place.

  13. Todd was a great coworker always friendly and welcoming. He was always willing to help.

    “The Remembrance of the good done by those we have loved is the only consolation when we have lost them.” – Demoustier

    My deepest condolences to the Gregory family.

  14. Todd was a bright light in this world. We was always so kind and patient with me and all the property customers. Prayers of healing for all his friends and family.

    He is an angel in heaven now looking down upon all his loved ones.

  15. Todd loved his family and we shared so many conversations when we were raising teenagers. I know he will be greatly missed. Lifting up the Gregory family.

  16. I was so shocked to hear of Todd’s passing. He was too young to have left us. As Texas A&M Galveston’s Property person for years Todd was my go to Godsend. He was always kind and patient with me. I really appreciated him. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.

  17. Karen, Tanner, Lucy and Rocky,

    We are sending you prayers of love, peace, comfort , and strength. We will dearly miss Todd. We hold many fond memories of our neighborhood fun, close at heart.
    Todd’s legacy lives on in each of you.

    Sincere condolences ,

    Tom and Lisa Edrington

  18. Karen, Tanner, Lucy, and Rocky,

    We are sending prayers of love, peace, comfort and strength during this unimaginable loss. We will dearly miss Todd. We hold fond memories of all our neighborhood “fun times” close in our hearts. Please accept our sincerest condolences.


    Tom and Lisa Edrington

  19. Todd was incredibly thoughtful and a joy to work with. He was always patient and understanding when we had a crazy property question or situation. The world is a little dimmer today. Praying God’s gentle mercies for Karen, Tanner, Lucy and Rocky.

  20. To Todd’s family, this man will be truly missed. Missed because of his gentleness and desire to educate others. Once you knew him, he never forgot you. May God’s peace be with all of you in this hour.

  21. My sincerest condolences for you at this time. You have my deepest sympathy and unwavering support. Wishing you peace, comfort, courage, and lots of love at this time of sorrow.

    “I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith. Henceforth there is laid up for me the crown of righteousness, which the Lord, the righteous judge, will award to me on that Day, and not only to me but also to all who have loved his appearing.” 2 Timothy 4:7-8

    There is no right way to go on this journey of grief. We can only go about this in our own way, with the help of our loved ones and God’s assistance.

  22. I worked daily with Todd for 20 years and could not have had a better co-worker (boss). Always there to listen, be supportive, and help me to learn or understand. SO patient and knowledgeable, and willing to share that knowledge. Honorable in all his endeavors’.
    Karen and family, you’ve been in my prayers since I heard of this loss, and I continue to keep you there.

  23. I worked with Todd since 2000 and though our interactions were usually during annual inventory, Todd was always so helpful. He had a gentle manner in dealing with property issues which made working with him all the more enjoyable. My thoughts and prayers are with the family. Bless you all with peace and comfort.

  24. My prayers are with the family. Todd was always a true source of wisdom in Property Management. He has helped or saved the day on many occasions.

  25. Karen, Just heard about Todd’s passing. So very sorry for your loss. Sending prayers for comfort and peace.

  26. My prayers and condolences to Todd’s family, friends and co-workers. He will be truly missed.

  27. My deepest condolences to Todd’s family. I just learned of his passing this afternoon. I recently met Todd through a potential business relationship and so looked forward to working with him. My last email to him was on the morning of his passing. I wish him a peaceful journey home and his family God’s comfort.

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