Gregory Charles Pieratt

Gregory Charles Pieratt, of Dickinson Tx, suffered from a heart attack while working in Canton, Tx and later he passed away on Friday, August 13, 2021 in Tyler, Tx at the age of 55. He would have been 56 a few short weeks away as he was born on August 31, 1965 in Middletown, Ohio to David Scott and Norma Lea Pieratt.

Greg was a very hard working man with a love for life, family and friends. He was a Christian man that attended Turning Point Church in League City, Tx with his family. He worked along side his mother and father for many years in their family business of Gulf Coast Silver and later continued on as owner to carry on the legacy as his parents so wanted him to do for his wife and children.

Everyday was a true adventure with Greg. From traveling coast to coast, trips to the beach, theme parks or simple daily outings with his family. He was a loving husband, father and grandfather. Greg had a true passion for music and was a well renowned guitar player who played with various national acts throughout his years.

Greg was preceded in death by his parents David Scott and Norma Lea Pieratt and brother David “Todd” Pieratt.

He is survived by wife Barbara Jean, children Lisa Marie and John, Nicholas Scott, Alexander Charles “Alex”, Zachary Todd, brother Robert “Bobby” Pieratt and Renea, as well as his grandchildren Haylie Michelle, Hannah Marie, Rudy Jr., and one sweet baby on the way.

A Visitation will be held on Friday, September 3, 2021 from 5-8:00 pm at Crowder Funeral Home, 1645 East Main, League City, Tx 77573. A viewing will follow on Saturday, September 4, 2021 at 9:00 am with a Funeral Service at 10:00 am lead by Pastor Jerry Hatfield at Crowder Funeral Home in League City. The procession ride will follow immediately after to Mount Olivet Cemetery in Dickinson, Tx for the burial ceremony.

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  1. Johnny and I are so sorry for your loss. Greg was an amazing, kind man who will be missed by so many. I remember so fondly the Gypsy Moon shows he and Johnny played together and loved seeing them on stage rocking. We are sending you and your family love and prayers.

    With Love, Johnny and Scarlett King

  2. I luv u all. My prayers for the Family. I luved to watch him play with the band. RIP luv u all

  3. Barbara and family,

    Samara and I are very sorry for your loss. Greg was a wonderful man, a great guy who never was without a smile on his face. I enjoyed every time i saw him and got to play music with him or talk about music and life. My deepest sympathy for your loss and condolences in this time. I know he will be missed greatly by so many of us that knew him.

    Rob Blumenthal
  4. My deepest condolences to you and your family. Greg was a good man always thinking about his wife, children. I loved watching him play alongside Robert “Freddy”. Prayers for you and your family. May he rest in peace.

    Dina Garcia
  5. I am so sorry for your loss, I will be praying for you and all your family.

    Crystal Cosby
  6. We are so sad to hear of your loss, and are keeping the entire family in our prayers. We can only imagine the rejoicing that will take place on the day that you are all reunited with Greg in heaven.

    Guy & Pat Endicott
  7. I’m so very sorry, to hear about Greg! I had not seen Greg since we were kids, but I remember he was always a kind heart! And I want the family to know that I send my prayers and my love! Sincerely, from my heart! Lisa (Eidson) Bunch

    Lisa Bunch
  8. Such an amazing and sincere man. He will truly be missed. Sending my love and prayers to the entire friends and family.

    Kevin Hamlin
  9. Greg helped BoX a RocKs many times in different ways from opening for Y ask Y on a couple of occasions to stepping in to play in place of Craig Tyler when Craig had to leave the band due to a promotion at work while we were obligated to fulfill an engagement. I can’t say I knew him near as well as a lot of people but what I do recall of him is kindness, generosity, encouragement and a love for people and music. I know he had a heart for God and his fellow man and I’m sure he is resting peacefully and will hear the words of the Lord saying “Well done, my good and faithful servant!” May the Lord be with you Barbara and Greg’s entire family. I haven’t one unpleasant memory of Greg and it will be a great day when we all are reunited in heaven playing the God gig, the Jesus jam! God bless Greg and everyone who had the pleasure of knowing him!

    Sean Bunnell
  10. Barbara and Family,

    So very sorry to hear about Greg. He was taken far too soon. Will keep you and family in my prayers. My condolences.

  11. My heart is truly broken over the loss of Greg.Never in my life,have I met a person woth the kindness he had.Greg had a way,of making everyone have fun,and a good time,it was a magic he possessed,in the world of show Buissness,but also with people in general.I will never forget summer of 1993,when I first met Greg,and he and Bob Murphy played together in the band.Nor all the years to follow,it didn’t matter my location,we always stayed in touch,and worked on music ventures.I feel horrible this evening,that I was not able to be with all my friends,to remember him in person.Please know,I will always keep Greg in my heart,and a part of everything I ever do…I will miss you Greg…

    Matt Hopkins
    • im Zachary Pieratt we will miss u dad


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