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February-28-18
We have known Nick well over 10 years through his connection to the Kidney Foundation. He was a dedicated volunteer who always wanted things to run smoothly. Our lunches at the ABC Restaurant in Langley were always interesting when he shared his stories with us. We all missed him after his move to Vernon, but knew that was the best thing for him after his nasty fall. Sadly, due to the heavy snow on Friday we could not attend to pay our last respects or to let his family know that Nick touched so many people in the community.

Our sincere condolences,
February-26-18
Gerry and I send our sympathies to the Krays and friends. He will be missed , but memories will keep him alive in our hearts. I will always remember his smile!
February-18-18
The original Kray family were my grandparents' longtime Roebuck Road neighbours. My mom went to school with Nick and Carol and my Dad commercial fished alongside Nick on the same boat. Nick was dating Betty Lou at the time - I don't think they were yet married. Nick was also a pallbearer for my mom in 2007. I would run into Nick at times here in Surrey and we would always talk awhile. The last time I recall seeing Nick was at the Davidson funeral and he looked great. He was a nice man.

Sincerest sympathy to his immediate family and especially to Carol, Mary, Rose, Martha and Helen.

RIP, Nick
Helen Cacic (Kekich family)
February-16-18
Our condolences to the Kray family for the loss of Grampy Kray. He was such an amazing and talented man. Our hearts are with you.

Love, Jean and Rhonda
February-05-18
Mr Kray was a great man who will be deeply missed by all that had the pleasure of knowing him.
Our heartfelt sympathies to the entire family.
February-05-18
Was always a pleasure to run into Nick and share neighbourhood stories over a coffee; and, always to suggest that he write down those stories. He had so much history to relate from our early Roebuck Road neighbourhood, the navy, to pioneering the use of tilt-up cement construction.

Always laughed when he advised "no wooden nickles" knowing that I had one somewhere and thinking this was just advice for me!

The Krajacic family was our fence neighbour and, when phones finally arrived, it was long distance to call them. They were Whalley exchange and we were Newton. When Nick and Betty Lou married and built the house nearby our farms, we kids would join his sister to visit them, taking the short-cut through the bush.

His attending Immaculate Conception dates from the time when services were held in the Drinka house which stood at Townline and Roebuck (132nd/96th); then, little church on Scott; then, present-day hall; and, finally, the church where his service is being held.

Nick told a story which speaks of his character: In his youth, he'd gone to Chilliwack to pick hops, staying in the sheds provided for workers. Last day of season, money in his pocket, he went to a store to buy some school supplies for his younger siblings. When he got to Surrey, the money in his pocket was gone. He immediately hitch-hiked back to the Chilliwack store to see if there was a possibility of finding his summer's wages. Said that, when he asked the storekeeper, the man asked how much and that he was able to tell him the number of bills and the exact change to a penny, claiming his lost money.

To those who cherished and loved him, my sincerest sympathy. Death ends a life not a relationship and his memory remains dear to those whose lives he touched...family, friends, community.

Rest in peace in the arms of the faith you lived.
February-04-18
Nick, A Brother Knight, a True Friend and a Real Gentleman!!!
God Bless you!!
Sincerely
February-03-18
You will be missed Uncle Nick.
February-03-18
Nicks service will be Friday February 23rd @ 11:00 at Immaculate Conception Church 8842-119th street
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