It was an honor to have known Grady. He was a a true gentleman and will be missed greatly.
It was a honor to have known Grady. He gave years of service to Big Brothers/big Sisters. Serving others was what made him special.
May God bless you and your family in this time of sorrow.
Grady was a true Southern Gentleman. He always had a smile on his face and was glad to see you. Every Sunday he had a hug for me and always asked about my husband, Kirby, when he was not with me. He will truly be missed at First Baptist Church--it will not feel good without him.
Pam & Grady,
We are so sorry for your loss. Grady was a wonderful man and it was a privilege to have him in our lives. From teaching us how to drive to so very much more, Grady was there for all of us. We will treasure our memories of him.
Lynn Smith, Gene & Ricky Olaker, Donna Culler and Henrietta Hinson
I fondly remember Col. Gafford from his Bibb Co. School System days. He always had a smile and a hello. My deepest sympathy to the family for your loss.
Grady was a special person and will be missed by all . Had a heart of gold , and a heck of a 7 Iron shot.
Grady was a dear and special friend to me, he will be missed greatly.
Colonel Grady was a very special gentleman who was and will always be very dear to our hearts (the Walsh Family)We will miss him, but we know that he is in a good place and telling some great stories! Misty Rhodes
Mr. Grady was a special man who I always enjoyed seeing at the golf course. He had a kind word for everyone and a wonderful spirit. May your memories give you comfort and peace.