Gilbert W. Ray Jr.

Fayetteville, North Carolina

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Mike and I were shocked to hear of the death of Ted. We were out of town or we certainly would have been to his funeral to honor a courageous man. Mike and Anna Marr

Ted will always have a special place in my heart. He was a loyal, generous, kind and loving friend to both myself and my husband. He will be missed.

The loss of "Mr. Ted" comes as a shock to our family. He was our oldest son's honorary Godfather. We were looking forward to him being with us at our son's promotion to Lt. Colonel on Monday at Ft. Bragg. Ted was as good a Christian soul as I have ever had the privilege to know and we will remember him always and thank God that he blessed us with his life, his kindness and generosity.

So sorry for your loss. May the God of all comfort be with you during this time of mourning.

Sorry to hear of Ted's death. He sold my printing company paper for many years.

I was so sorry to hear of Ted's passing. He was wonderful to work with and loved the simple and important things in life. He was always concerned about other peoples needs and there to help. He will be missed.
Jan Cobb

So sorry to hear about Ted.He was my brothers age but I remember him well as we grew up.Prayers go out to all of the family.

I have known Ted for 32 years. He called on me as a paper salesman. However, he was more than a salesman - he was a friend. He started me on an exercise program of running which I have continued to this day. I am thankful for his friendship and his loss is greatly felt. He was a man of integrity. My prayers are with the family.


Gilbert's Obituary

Gilbert Ray passed away in Fayetteville, North Carolina. The obituary was featured in Fayetteville Observer on November 29, 2012.