Ronald Gray

Houston, Texas

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Rea and family, i am so glad our paths crossed in Houston.Ron certainly instilled in me all the values he represented. And on the fun side, the sense of adventure, travel, and music. I will certainly miss him.

To all the Gray family and friends...we are so sorry for your loss and our thoughts and prayers are with you all during this difficult time. The Bentons

May the Good Lord be with each of you during this time of sorrow.

Ron was a well-loved man. I know this by his amazing wife and daughter. He must have been quite remarkable for those ladies to call him theirs. My heart hurts for you, my prayers are for all of Ron's family. Our God of grace and mercy will carry you. In Christ's love, Edie Hopping


There's no word that can express how sorry I am to hear about the death of Ronnie. We were very stunned to hear this news and still can't believe that it really happened. During this difficult moment, our thoughts and prayers are always with you. We love you. Please give your Children, along with cousins John and Rodney a huge embrace from us.

Our love and sympathy to you and your kids,


Russ & Donna Clements
Cypress, TX

Ron was a mentor, friend and smart businessman. After college I worked with him at First City Bank and did my best to keep in touch. He was a fine gentleman, he loved to laugh, fair, honest and overflowing integrity. To his family, thank you for sharing his time with us who worked for, with and alongside of him.

John and heart goes out to y'all during this time. Love y'all.

Rodney, Jackie and Brianna Gray
Brittany and Jake Trione
We love and miss him.


Ronald's Obituaries

Ronald Stuart Gray of Franklin, Texas passed away on October 10, 2013 at the age of 60. He was a true character, a great friend, a devoted husband, and a loving father. Ron was born to Dorothy and Marshall Gray and spent most of his childhood in and around Houston, Texas. After graduating from...

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