Tami Whitcomb Gray

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Tami Ellen Whitcomb Gray
July 28, 1965 - December 30, 2016
Tami Ellen Whitcomb Gray entered into the presence of Jesus on December 30th, 2016. She was born on July 28th, 1965 in La Grande, Oregon. She attended school in Nampa & graduation from Greenleaf Friends Academy in 1985. Tami was always happy and had a bubbly personality, loved playing with her cousins Steve & Kim growing up.
One of the highlights of her life was when she attended "Hands across America". That was an awesome trip for her. She was a member of Fairview Nazarene Church while Pastor Orville Halley and Steve Chansler as her youth pastor. They both had an impact on her life as she lived for the lord. She also attended Bethel Nazarene Church and made many friends.
In 2005 she moved to North Carolina to be near her sister Angie. She met and married Ben Gray on June 17th, 2006. They had nine years together, he passed in 2016. Unfortunately, Tami suffered a stroke in 2011 and since then has resided in a care facility. Her sister Angie has seen to all her needs since then. She enjoyed her Cambridge family and getting to spend time with her many cousins, aunts and uncles as well. She always said "I love those good ole fashion Christmas's at grandma's". She was especially proud of her name because she was named after her grandma Ellen. She also loved her Whitcomb family, trips to the beach, spent time with her aunts, uncles and cousins. One summer she drove to Seattle to care for her uncle Bob's young son's. She is survived by her parents Jim and Deanna Whitcomb, sister Angela (Dave) Zuwerink, nephew Torren, niece Lorissa, and lots of cousins, aunts and uncles. She is preceded in death by her husband Ben, and Uncle Les Tally, Uncle Charles, Uncle Lawrence and grandparents. A service will be held at a later date.

Published in Idaho Press Tribune on Jan. 18, 2017