Lawrence Eugene Gore

Gene Gore, of Greenville, husband of Linda Gore for 53 years, and classic car dealer, passed away on Friday, November 25, 2022. 

Born in Hamlet, NC, he was the son of the late Lawrence Joseph & Hazel Watts Gore. Gene was along-time member of Mauldin Church of God. He loved spending time with his family and fishing and considered “his friends to be one of the things he valued most.” Gene enjoyed buying & selling classic cars for over 50 years.

In addition to his wife, Linda, he is survived by his children, Larry Gore (Dawn), Janice Pressley (Mike), Quaid Gore, and Jessica Gore, all of Greenville; three grandchildren, one great-grandchild, and three sisters, Lydia Beato (Joe), Wanda Gore, and Gracie Gore. He was preceded in death by one sister, Patricia Calhoun.

The family will receive friends on Sunday, December 4, 2022 starting at 1:00 pm at Mauldin Church of God, 411 E. Butler Rd, Mauldin, SC 29662.

A Memorial & Celebration of Life Service officiated by Pastor Bobby Johnson will follow at the church at 2:30 pm.

In lieu of flowers, Gene and his family requests that memorials be made to: Mauldin Church of God.

Please note that the service date/time(s) have been moved from Saturday to Sunday to avoid conflict with the Mauldin Christmas parade.

Condolences to the family of Lawrence Eugene Gore

  • G Peter manos
    2 months ago

    My Friend…50 years of truly great memories the Manos family was lucky to have called him Friend. Gene you will be missed…..

    • Jackie Green
      2 months ago

      My Deepest Condolences to the family and friends! May God be with you in this time of morning ❤️

  • Sandra Wigington
    2 months ago

    My thoughts & prayers to the Family.
    I knew Gene for many years& he will be missed.
    Sincerely
    Sandy Wigington

  • My condolences to everyone.I had the most wonderful time with the gore family they all changed my life and I will never forget the fond and wonderful years with my freind Gene gore he was a freind that kept giving I wish I could have done more.Larry remember moms car you sold me she couldn’t even drive but your heart and luv was in it with your dad Gene and I said yes and biscuit was there and the freind ship began.then Gene said to the Dave fun times . Webster Sanford known as Wilburrrrrrt

  • Doug Craigo
    2 months ago

    Prayers for the Gore family. I first met Gene many years ago just before he opened Corvette World. Definitely one of the best car guys ever.

    • Brian & Mae Zuest
      2 months ago

      Our condolences. God bless you all.

      Brian & Mae Zuest and Donna Griffin

  • Merrill Irey
    2 months ago

    My sincere heartfelt condolences to Linda and her family. I enjoyed many years of wonderful conversation and banter with Gene. I am very pleased that he no longer suffers in pain. I am sure that he is with Our Lord. A famous quote from Mr. Gore: “I don’t believe I have ever been this mad”. Rest well, my friend.

  • My condolences to my good friend’s family. Gene and I go back more than 40 years. I used to love reading his signs that he posted at his Corvette World location on Laurens Road. He was a true American Patriot and he loved putting the government officials in their place. May Gene rest in Peace and know that he made a difference in many people’s lives. He is already missed.

  • Kim Knight Holbert
    2 months ago

    I am saddened to hear of Gene’s passing. You all are in my prayers during this difficult time.

    • Jimmy (Woody) Williams
      2 months ago

      My prayers goes out to Linda and family .I knew Gene for 50 years bought so many cars from Gene mostly Corvettes. Still have a Corvette I bought 2 years ago. He was a good friend and treated me great always enjoying talking to him. He will be missed GOD BLESS.

  • Tom Hartsell
    2 months ago

    Please know all of you are in our prayers. Gene was an awesome man and my only regret is we didn’t see each other near enough. Rest in peace, Gene.

  • Bob Coleman
    2 months ago

    Bob Coleman:

    Gene was Family , if classic cars was your passion. But , always His Family was First. He is now directing A Classic Car Auction for God!

  • George Brock
    2 months ago

    Gene was a friend for over 45 years. His quick wit and humor could match Johnny Carson any day. My prayers go out to wife Linda, his children and siblings and his dedicated associate Dave. You never misunderstood where Gene stood on any issue. I will miss him.

  • Randy & Susan Massengale
    2 months ago

    Our deepest condolences and prayers to all the Gore family and extended family and friends at this time of great loss.
    Sincerely, Randy and Susan (Bishop) Massengale

  • Gene was the hardest working guy I know, both physically and mentally. Driving all over the south buying and selling as well as loading cars up on his trailer even early last year. His auctions required so much work as Dave and Gene always made those auctions an event one would not miss. Hats off to a ledged. His humor was one if a kind and addictive. 35 years of friendship and respect. I look forward to seeing you again and having more laughs Gene, but hopefully NOT SOON.

  • Emily and Greg Robbins
    3 weeks ago

    Just heard about Gene’s passing recently. Thoughts and prayers go out to the entire family. He will be missed. Thanks for the memories. Never will forget our friendship for over 30 years. Now rest in peace.

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