Michael S Gregor

Michael S Gregor

January 25, 1958 - June 24, 2018
Irvine CA

Michael S Gregor

January 25, 1958 - June 24, 2018
Irvine CA


On  Sunday, June 24,  2018, Michael Gregor, passed away at the age of 60. He was born on January 25, 1958 in Glendale, California to Juergen and Maria Gregor. He was the first born of their three children, followed by Barbara and Thomas. He will be lovingly remembered by  his wife, Ann, his two children, Christian and Corinne, as well as Barbara, Thomas, and their families.

Mike spent his life working tirelessly to provide the best life possible for his family. He spent 30+ years working for Security Express. When they closed their doors, it was time to start something new. He created Motorcycle Transport Company, where his passion for motorcycles was his business. Over the past 10 years, Mike grew his company and made it more successful than he could have ever imagined. His work ethic and commitment were unmatched. No matter how many hours he worked, he made it a point to be at his children’s special events. He made every holiday and birthday memorable in his own unique way, even if it meant waking up at 5am to open presents.

While he was a man of few words, he never failed to put a smile on the faces of those around him. His sense of humor was never lost, and even in his final days he was still making the people around him laugh.  He was the happiest when riding his motorcycle or spending time with his kids. Mike’s early death has left a hole in the hearts of those who loved him that no one or nothing could ever fill. He will be sorely missed, but Mike will live on through the many stories his family and friends will continue to share.

A celebration of Mike’s life will take place Thursday, July 19th at Cook’s Corner from 4pm-8pm. Please feel free to stop by anytime.


Michael’s son, Christian, works in the Irvine Unified School District Visually Impaired Department.

Michael was very proud of the work Christian does with the special needs students.

In lieu of flowers please make a donation to:
Donation: Department of Visually Impaired
5050 Barranca Parkway
Irvine, California 92604

Please write the check to IUSD and include Department of Visually Impaired (Donation) on the memo line.

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18 responses to Michael S Gregor

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  1. April Howard says:

    I am beyond sad to hear that Big Mike has passed away. He was truly a sweet, generous, and hilarious person. The world has lost one of a kind. I am so glad that I had the honor of knowing him. My condolences to his family. Please know he touched a lot of lives and will never be forgotten.

  2. I first met Mike when he was 17 years old. He went to work for my husband, Jim, at Security Express. There he was, standing at our door, a skinny, tall, long-haired kid–our first employee. Next to Jim, he was one of the hardest working people I ever knew. And he was loyal and dedicated. We all worked tirelessly–but we still had fun working together, especially due to Mike’s wonderful sense of humor.

    Over the years we lost contact with Mike, but we will always think of him with love and gratitude.

    God bless you Mike!

  3. Kat Cariaga says:

    Sending all my love to you, Annie and your family.

    1. Ann Gregor says:

      Thanks Kitty Kat

  4. Prayers, love and light for and to your family! Colin and Leslie Moberly

  5. Michael was one of my oldest friends. We had many adventures with all genres of vehicles, motorcycles, corvettes, and semi trucks. We saw each other happy and sad, up and down. We always knew we were there for each other if needed. No judgement. I can’t believe he won’t be there any longer. I still remember his “Mikeisms” (it’s your pleasure, I’m sure) R.I.P.

    1. Ann Gregor says:

      Thanks Peter and thanks for the card. I wish you could have been at the celebration of his life at Cook’s. It was so nice to see so many people that had touched his life in many ways. He will be missed forever in our hearts

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