Marion Charles Gray

Logan, Ohio


Logan, Ohio


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Gray Marion Charles Gray, 96, of Groveport, Ohio, passed away July 28, 2015 at Mother Angeline McCrory Manor Columbus, Ohio, surrounded by his family and into the loving arms of his Savior. Marion was born April 10, 1919 in Haydenville, Ohio to Charles and Blanche Gray. He attended The Ohio State...

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I was humbled to have met Mr. Gray at a Conneaut, OH D-Day Reenactment and thrilled to see him again the following year. What a sweet man!! Thank you again for your service, sir. I know our Lord welcomed you home with a "Well done, good and faithful servant". Lifting all your family in prayer!

I had the honor of meeting Mr. Gray to discuss if he knew my great uncle as they were in the same Division/same time during D-Day. Mr. Gray was an honorable and gracious with his time during visit. I will never forget how anxious he was to help me in identifying my great uncle in his Division yearbooks. God Bless you and May you rest in peace.

They don't make them like Marion anymore! what a sweet, wonderful man. RIP.

Kathy and I send our prayers to Marion's family. As soon as we left for the beach, Marion went to Heaven. He will surely be missed at Mother Angeline McCrory Manor. His sense of humor put a smile on everyone's face. Peace to your family.
Sincerely, Kathy and Jo

My uncle Raymond Thompson was in the same Division n Company as uncle was
Killed in the invasion at Normandy....wish I
Could have known this gentleman so we could
Have reminisced about the experiences they had
I have a wonderful diary of the boat journey going across to the shore if any if the family would like I would be glad to share. My email is LFD [email protected]

Linda Davis

Peggy, Linda and families,
My sincerest sympathy on the loss of your father. May your cherished memories of your parents bring you comfort in this sad and difficult time.

A wonderful man that we've had the privilege to know for many years, our thoughts and prayers are with his family and the many friends he has left behind...

Toby and Danita Roush

The courage of our warriors to run up those beaches under unrelenting gunfire is unimaginable to those of us who were not there...Marion had that courage....God Bless you...

Gene and I extend our love and feel we and the country has lost a very courage friend and feel blessed to have know Marion for so many years. May our Lord be your confort and strengh in the days ahead. The Yorks