Walter D.-Gray-Obituary

Maj. Walter D. Gray

Conyers

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It was an honor and pleasure to serve with Maj. Gray. He trained on our range on Ft. Carson. Great leader and Airman. Always in my thoughts!

2013 "Soldier Marathon" Fort Benning GA

It was a privilege to run in memory of Maj. Gray.

Prayer Shawls 4 Fallen Soldiers ([email protected]) is an organization with groups throughout the country who work to send handmade prayer shawls and/or lap robes to families who have lost a loved one while serving our country. Members of Trindle Spring Lutheran Church would like to honor your loved one's sacrifice and memory by sending our prayers and comfort through a prayer gift which will be mailed to you. If you are interested, please contact me at [email protected] with the...

Heather and family - we are so saddened to hear of David's death. We thank you for his service to our country. May God give each of you healing and strength at this time.

My father had the privileged to serve with Major Gray at Laughlin AFB. I remember him as a bright, happy and outgoing man. America lost a hero. May he rest in peace.

Stacie Vargas
WRs daughter.

I know that the words are not enough to replace the loss that you have felt. Know that when Major Walter D. Gray was here he touched a lot of lives. He has made the ultimate sacrifice for his country that we all love so dearly. He was a good friend to all us (PORT DAWGS) and we will miss him greatly. God Bless and Our Prayers Go Out To Your Family.

So very sorry for your loss. I had the honor/privilege of teaching your son in preschool. We had many talks about what a wonderful Daddy you were; may he continue his father's legacy. I pray he will grow in strength, wisdom and the Word. I pray for Heather and the girls; God grant all of you strength.

"Greater love hath no man, than he that giveth his life for another." Jesus exemplified those words, now so has David.

Wish I'd had a chance to meet him (maybe I did by phone, on my job?) know I owe him, and as General Patton said "It is foolish and wrong to mourn the men who died. Rather we should thank God that such men lived." We will carry on