Gregory Micheal Stallcup
January 4, 1963  -  October 7, 2017

Gregory Micheal Stallcup


Memorial Service
Monahans Memorial Cemetery
400 E. Helen Ave
Monahnas, TX  79756
Saturday, October 14, 2017
2pm
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Greg Stallcup, 54, of Monahans, passed away on October 7, 2017 in Odessa, Texas, after a brief illness. Greg was born in Ardmore, Oklahoma to Raymond and Nancy Stallcup on January 4, 1963.

He graduated from Odessa College with a degree in Petroleum Technology and Sul Ross State with a degree in Accounting.

Greg is survived by his mother, Nancy Carnley of Newton, Texas, his sister, Rayna Kennedy of Monahans, his nephew, Conner Kennedy of Lubbock, Texas and many aunts, uncles, and cousins.

He is preceded in death by his father, Raymond Stallcup, sister, Kerry LeeAnn Stallcup, maternal grandparents, Johnnie and Marie Means, paternal grandparents, Frank and Margaret Stallcup and step-grandmother, Ollie Stallcup.

In lieu of flowers the family requests donations be made in his name to a charity that he supported, Days For Girls, @ www.daysforgirls.org .

The family wishes to extend our sincere thanks to the E.R. staff at Ward Memorial Hospital, the staff of Medical Center Hospital, the staff of Continue CARE Hospital at M.C.H., Dr. Ortega, Dr. Martinez and Southside Baptist Church.

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  1. Gloria Cramer
    Monahans, TX

    Dear Nancy, Rayna and Conner, I was totally shocked to hear about Greg. He was absolutely the most giving and considerate man I have ever known...always ready to help and always had a smile on his face no matter the circumstances. I will miss him so much just knowing that this world has to go on without his caring and wonderful soul. My heart aches for y'all. :(

  2. Sue Evans
    Pecos, TX

    My condolences. Greg was such a good person. I already miss not receivng text messages from him.

  3. Jeff Goss
    Shawnee, OK

    Mrs Stallcup and Reana(sp?),
    Some of my fondest memories are from the time I spent in your home. I loved your son and brother like a brother. I’m so grateful to have been able to share that time with you. My life was made better by having Greg as a friend. Many fond memories of lying in the middle of your living room floor listening to the latest album Greg had just bought. Raymond gave me my first chew of tobacco while hauling hay in the middle of the day in July.....110 in the shade. Much hilarity ensued as the dizziness and nausea set in 😂😂😂. The “gravel wagon” as we called it, Greg’s pickup, took us on many adventures. May the Lord answer you in the day of your trouble and may His name be a strong mighty tower. My deepest sympathies and regards. Jeff Goss

  4. Larry Inman
    Huntsville, AL

    My sympathies to the Stallcup family.
    I will always remember his big heart and warm smile.

  5. Larry Inman
    Huntsville, AL

    My sympathies to the Stallcup family.
    I will always remember his big heart and warm smile.

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