Callie Mae Gravley

Taylors, South Carolina

Age 89


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Callie Mae GravleyTaylors - Callie Mae Gravley, 89, passed away peacefully on April 13, 2019. She was the daughter of the late Perry and Carrie Hightower. Callie married the love of her life, Cecil Gravley, in 1952, and they spent almost 60 years together until his passing in 2012. She was a...

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I express my deepest condolences at this time of sorrow. I pray for your strength as each day passes. Continue to reflect on the memories that brought so much joy. Seek refuge in the God of all comfort and he will sustain you.


Birmingham, AL

Ray, we were saddened to hear about your Mother. Heaven is rejoicing at another child of God coming home. Not sure if you remember us or not, but we grew up in the same neighborhood of Keith Dr. and Eisenhower Dr. and attended Wade Hampton High School together. We will be unable to attend the visitation and funeral, but we're praying for you and your family during this difficult time in your lives. Keep looking up. Jesus is coming soon and you'll see your loved ones again!

Dear Cathy & Ray:
I am sure you do not remember me, but Cecil and I were first cousins. I loved Callie very much for she was someone who was easy to love for she was such a lovely lady. My heart was sadden to hear of her passing. I am sorry I cannot make it for the visitation or service, but please know you are in my thoughts and prayers.

Jean Gravley Crawford

Dear Cathy and family, Your mother will be dearly missed at Overbrook Baptist Church! She led by example, sending cards and making phone calls when someone missed Sunday School. She was always checking in on friends and church family members who were sick, lonely or shut-in. I'm so grateful I knew her! Love to you all. Lisa White

What a wonderful friend Callie was to my mother, Joan Buckner, and our entire family. We will never forget her kindness. Keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers.

So sorry to learn the passing of Callie. She was always a pleasure to be around at the Gravley reunions. Callie and Cecil were close in my heart, and I miss them. Callie and I enjoyed a long phone conversation from time to time. Only a special person like Callie could do all the things she did for her church, family, and community. My sincerest condolences and prayers for her family and loved ones.