Gregory William "Greg" Enlow
11/22/1985 - 3/21/2019
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Gregory (Greg) William Enlow, 33, of Marfa, Texas, passed away on March 21, 2019.

He was born on November 25, 1985 in Tyler, Texas.

Greg was a son, a brother, an Uncle, a lover and a friend. Greg was a guitar man, a real musician, a Luthier, a craftsman, a dog lover and a Dylan fan. Many songs and even more people will forever bare his humble stamp, and those who knew him will remember his easy laugh. Most importantly Greg shared an understanding of all of life. Be it travel, work, spiritualism, fun and human folly; Greg knew and loved unconditionally. Greg Enlow will forever be remembered and missed. - Ryan Sambol

Greg is survived by his life partner Alexandria Rowland of Marfa, Texas, his father Barry Enlow, mother Laura Owen and her husband Jeff Owen. Siblings: Amy and Brian Enlow and his wife and son Jessie and Thomas, Lindsey Broadbent and Michael Prichard, all of Tyler, Grandparents; Bill and Rita Enlow of Georgetown, Texas, Patricia Clancy of Dallas, Texas, canine companion Cissy, and aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, and friends, too numerous to name.

Greg was preceded in death by grandfathers, Claude Moore and Alvin Clancy and his long-time companions Pierre and Frieda.

Memorial services are being held in remembrance of Greg in Marfa, Austin and Tyler. Everyone is welcome.

Monday, March 25th - El Cosmico, Marfa, Texas at 5 p.m.

Tuesday, March 16th - Micklethwait Craft Meats, Austin, Texas at 6 p.m.

Thursday, March 28th - Graveside services and reception, Berryville, Texas at 2 p.m.

In lieu of flowers, memorial may be made to Grand Companions Humane Society of Fort Davis, Texas.

Alpine Memorial Funeral Home was entrusted with his services. Online condolences may be sent to: www.alpinememorialfuneralhome.com.

To Plant Memorial Trees in memory, please visit our Sympathy Store.
Published in Tyler Morning Telegraph on Mar. 26, 2019.
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March 18, 2021
I looked up to Greg. His integrity was unmatched, a true leader. Together we could fix anything, play anything laugh all day. I really loved him so much. He was my best friend in Marfa. He really made my life so much better when he was around. I spent the weekend with Greg just before he left us. There isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t think of him. What a tragedy. He was what every man should aspire to be.
Ryan Rooney
Friend
November 14, 2020
What an enormous loss. I have been a Strange Boys fan since I was a freshman in high school and while I’ll say that their music, specifically their albums Be Brave and the Club brought some of the most elating memories, I’ll also longfully regret not finding out about Greg’s music endeavors sooner. Condolences to the family and those around him, from a longtime listener, and never ending fan.
Sofia Torres
November 24, 2019
Greg was absolutely the nicest person I ever knew, always making you feel like you were the only person in the room when speaking with you, rest easy friend... your music will keep me going.
Trek Behnken
May 8, 2019
So sorry and much love to his family and friends. I never had an opportunity to meet greg but his music is important to me.
Frank Williams
Student
March 30, 2019
You will always live in our hearts and prayers.
A. H.
March 28, 2019
It was an honor to have Greg as a nephew and to witness the talent of his life.
Lindy Enlow
March 28, 2019
Sometimes you meet somebody only for a short time but you will never forget about the first meet.
I met Greg in 2010 supporting Strange Boys during their tour in Germany for only three shows but I never forgot about it. Greg and his love for music influenced me to this day and I was shocked hearing about his passing. The nicest and most remarkable person I ever met. You influenced my past ten years in music, RIP.
Julian von Zittwitz
March 27, 2019
Rest easy, young man. You were remarkable.
Michael Durkin
March 26, 2019
I was blessed to call Greg and Brian my nephews and always envied Greg for his ability to be so free & follow his heart musically all over the place, also his humility was admirable. He was somebody! He was infamous for whom he was, just ask anyone from Dallas to Marfa ( Europe &Canada!) be it via Strange Boys, his family, his music, his friends. He was well known but never admitted it. Greg certainly will have left a loss in the world due to his contributions in music, & most of all the communities he touched. As we go on and survive this monumental loss, always know time will not erase him from our memories but we will in time bear his loss with the dignity he left us for knowing him. God be with everyone who's lives crossed over with Greg Enlow, as you will be a better person forever, for knowing Greg!
Kathy Moore
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