OBITUARY

Noah Gray

May 4, 2018November 1, 2018
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Our beloved son Noah Jacob Gray died tragically on November 1, 2018 at the age of 17. He is survived by his loving family including his mother Leah Sunderwood, his father Brad Gray, and his younger brother Luke Gray. He leaves behind grandparents, numerous relatives and many friends. He was predeceased by his older brother Seth.

Noah will always be remembered for his infectious smile and his courage during difficult times. Even though he took his life we know that his battle is over and he is at peace. He is missed more than words can ever express.

A celebration of Noah’s life will be held Friday November 9, 2018 at 11 AM at the Bethel Pentecostal Church in Barrhead with Pastor Dave Findlay officiating.

Donations in Noah’s honor will be gratefully accepted to Teen Challenge, tcalberta.ca Offering hope for those struggling with addictions and recovery.

Expressions of sympathy may be forwarded to the family by visiting www.rosegardenchapel.com Rose Garden Chapel, Barrhead, Alberta 780.674.4644

Services

  • Memorial Service Friday, November 9, 2018
REMEMBERING

Noah Gray

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Denise Dugo

November 15, 2018

Leah, Brad and Luke,
I am so sorry to hear about Noah's passing. I wish I was closer by to give you a hug, Leah, but you aren't just "down the hall" anymore. Prayers and my condolences to you all.

Amy Hart

November 9, 2018

I'm so sorry about the loss of Noah. May the memories and stories that you and others have of him bring you peace and comfort during this difficult time.

Tracy Short

November 8, 2018

My dearest roommate Leah, Brad and Luke,

There are no words to adequately express the sadness I feel at Noah's passing. My heart aches for you all and you are continually in my prayers. Though I never got to meet Noah in this life, I loved him all the same because he was the son of my heart sister and that made him family. Thank you for sharing so many beautiful pictures. In each and every picture I can see Noah's sweet (and mischievous) nature and can imagine the times you must have had with him. These struggles of the last few years are not who Noah was deep down and I pray that you truly know how much he loved all of you. My deepest sympathies to you and I wish I could be there for the service to honour Noah. I pray God's peace surrounds you in the days to come. Know that you are in my thoughts and I love you.

Del & Diane Sutherland

November 7, 2018

Leah, Brad, Luke & Family,
We are so sorry to hear of your loss. Our sincere sympathy to you all.
May God comfort you through this very difficult time.
Love & Prayers

Blair Cameron

November 6, 2018

I never got to meet Noah or his brother in person , but i did get to know Noah through the fb site. I saw him grow up in photos and comments left on site . I saw Noah as some one who loved his Mom and his brother Luke very much , and also loved life , He seemed to be a young man with a lot of talents ,cooking ,baking , getting people to laugh or even smile by just being Noah. He is very much missed and i wish i could have met him , as Leah mentioned how proud she was of him so many times and the photos showed that so much too . I pray for his whole family that God will help them through this tragedy . Rest In Peace young man .

Zachary Hutchinson

November 5, 2018

I met Noah when he moved to Drayton Valley tho he didn’t live in drayton long we had a close friendship , I remember having wood shop with him and we would always just have such good talks about life we would always hang out and watch family guy , Noah and I talked about lots of our problems I wish I was there for him before he pasted I wish he knew how much he really meant i wish I could just give him a hug and watch family guy with him , I hope your up there with Jesus Noah one day we’ll meet again ❤️❤️❤️

Morgan Lemp

November 5, 2018

Noah was always a constant at camp. He was one of the people that would always be there, he was apart of our camp family, our friends that grew to be family throughout the years. Noah was also the funny one, always the first to crack a joke or to try and make you laugh. He saved me more then once when I was upset by making me smile. The great thing about Noah was that despite being pretty outgoing and humerus, he wasn’t mean, he didn’t make other people feel small, in fact he was really compassionate, and enjoyed growing our friend group. Obviously there was the typical boy-ish immaturity, but anyone who knew Noah knew that wasn’t his defining quality, that that wasn’t his heart. I am sorry to have not kept in touch with Noah, and I am deeply sorry to the family and close friends. I hope you will all find healing. ❤️

Marie Smith

November 4, 2018

Leah, Brad, Luke & Family,
There are no words to say. I’m am so terribly sorry. I’m holding you all close to my heart.
Much Love,
Marie

Maureen Schwab

November 4, 2018

My heartfelt sympathy to All who mourn this young man.

Chloe Wiese

November 4, 2018

Noah was a great person he was full of love showed everybody kindness I’ve known for a year and we quickly became very close he was like a brother to me. Noah Gray was a kind caring soul. He has made me laugh and cry, this one time comes to mind and it’s him burring his hair by taping a bunch of matches together and he lit them and it went up in flame and burnt a section of his hair off and after that had to change his hairstyle But he was super mad and he never not war his black bandana after that.