Patty Gregory passed away May 27th, 2021, the result of a brain aneurysm. Patty was born at Madigan Army Hospital in Tacoma, WA to Thomas W. & Ann Walter. She grew up in a military family and graduated from Capital High School in Olympia, WA in 1977. In December 1980, she met her future husband, Art Gregory, at KUUZ-FM, where he was VP/GM. The two developed a deep bond for one another that lasted over 40 years. They were married in Boise on May 11, 1983 and soon moved to Casper, Wyoming to build & co-own KQLT, a new FM radio station. One month after KQLT signed on, their son Michael was born on Nov 9, 1983. In 1989, the family returned to Boise where Art became General Manager of 103.3 KHEZ-FM. In 1992, Art joined Zamzows Inc. as Director of Corporate Communications & Marketing, where 29 years later, he is still employed. In 1993 Patty had a 2nd child, Isabella Marie, and in 1994, they sold their interest in the Wyoming radio station and used the proceeds to buy a home, where the family has lived since 1995. Patty was always there for her children and for Art. She cared for them 24/7 and did so with a fun sense of humor. The family loved going to the Oregon Coast and did so almost every year, starting in the early 1980’s. When Art bought Cadillac ambulances and joined the Professional Car Society, Patty and the family went with him to International Meets. And when Patty became interested in Nascar, Art and Isabella went with her to race tracks where Patty met her favorite drivers, Jeff Gordon, and Brian Scott. Patty is survived by her parents, Tom and Ann Walter of Boise, a brother Terry, her loving husband of 38 years, Art, two wonderful children, Michael (Lindsay) of Meridian, and Isabella (Ian) of El Paso, TX, 3 grandchildren, 4-year-old Demitri, 3-year-old Ava, and 1-year-old Adelina, as well as numerous aunts, uncles, and cousins. Art’s 91-year old mother Helen, sisters Kathy and Jane, and brother Marty, also loved Patty very much, as did Art’s oldest son, Jeremy (Mickie) of Sacramento, CA, who Patty treated as her son. Patty’s warm smile and sharp sense of humor will be missed by all, as well as her straight-forward personality. You could count on Patty to tell it like it is, and Art relied on her insight & wisdom very much. As a final resting spot, Patty’s ashes will be taken to the Oregon Coast at Agate Beech in Newport, her favorite spot on earth Memorial Gifts may be sent to the History of Idaho Broadcasting Foundation, 6127 N Hastings Ave, Boise, ID 83714, where Patty was one of the original founders in 2004.