Gregory Raymond Borror, 64, of Linden went home to be with the Lord surrounded by his loving family on November 14, 2021. Gregg was born on August 9, 1957 to the late (Ret. CSM ) Raymond Archel Borror, Sr. and Agnes Cannon Borror in Frankfurt, Germany. Besides his parents he was preceded in death by his brother, Raymond Archel Borror, Jr.\n\nGregg is survived by his loving wife, Janice Culp Borror, who was unwavering in her love and care, son, Nicholas C. Borror and Katie Mong of Linden; daughters, Heather Borror Woods of Fayetteville, NC; Crystal Borror Wilbanks and husband Christopher of Raleigh; Alicia Ann Grez of Aden, NC; and son in law Jason Woods of Hope Mills; grandchildren, Jacob Woods, Haylee Woods of Fayetteville , Skylar Borror, Creighton and Cohen Wilbanks of Raleigh, all who were the joy of his life, enjoying the times spent together. His siblings, William Wayne Borror (Pamela) of Wade, NC; and sister, Debra Borror Horvath (Steven) of Fayetteville, NC, as well as many other close family members and friends; and his constant companions, his feline children, GG (Gorgeous Guy), Dusty and the new baby girl, Jazzy, who enjoyed outings with Gregg and Jan.\n\nGregg retired from Goodyear in Fayetteville where he made many lifelong friends. Gregg was an avid outdoorsmen who loved nothing more than fishing and hunting with Jan, Nicholas, cousins and friend, Bill Homsher, at the family farm in Martin County. Gregg found solace just being on the family farm with Jan in the last year. Gregg spent many a day with his family on his boat at Lake Jordan and coastal fishing was a must. Those moments will be cherished memories. Gregg took great pride in his yard and loved planting trees and flowers. Jan will have that to enjoy for many years to come. He will be greatly missed by all.\n\nThere will be a visitation at Adcock Funeral Home in Spring Lake on Friday, November 19th, 2021 from 5 to 7 PM. There will be a graveside service and interment at the Oak City Cemetery on Saturday, November 20th at 1:00 PM. Pastor Kevin Williams of Oak City will be officiating. In lieu of flowers consider a memorial contribution in honor of Gregg to the Oak City Fire and Rescue at PO BOX 190, Oak City, NC 27857.Services entrusted to Adcock Funeral Home and Crematory, Spring Lake.