George-GRAY-Obituary

In Memory Of

George Alexander GRAY

New River Valley, Virginia

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I am very sorry for your loss. Your friends and family will bless you for years to come with fond memories.

We are sorry to learn of Mr. Gray's passing. It was a privilege to know him as he was such an intelligent, caring, kind man who was a gentleman in the truest sense. He was also a most loving and devoted husband to Mrs. Gardner-Gray, and we appreciate the example he set of caring for a spouse in sickness and in health. May God comfort each family member and friend he leaves behind. Our prayers are with those grieving the loss of such a wonderful man.

Christiansburg Post 5311

George, we will miss your smiling face at our VFW meetings. Condolences to the family from the officers and members of VFW Post 5311, Christiansburg.

George will be missed more than words can say. He was a member of our Friendship Café at Meadowbrook Community Center. Shirley Land

Robert and Margaret...I was so sorry to read about your Dad's death in the paper. He and my late husband, Bob Heterick, were not only professor/grad. student, but friends. He was Bob's the major professor when he was working on his PhD, and they taught together for several years. He was Godfather to our son Bruce, and your Mother taught piano to one of our daughters. I remember many nights we would see the lights from our home on Owens St. in your Dad's "man cave" working on or...

George Gray was a gentleman and a great friend. He was kind and generous. His amazing love and care for Ann was an example not easily matched anywhere. We were privileged to know him and to spend time with him over the years. May God's special peace and comfort be with each family member and friend. Hold to your many memories.

George and our family at Thanksgiving.

George was a wonderful and caring husband to my Aunt Ann. He was part of our family for more than 20 years and we will miss him greatly.

A real gentleman and a special family friend to the Mundie family. Lots of fond memories.

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