OBITUARY

Ernestine "Tina" Mary Gray

February 23, 1930December 1, 2018
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Ernestine Tina Mary Annichino - Gray Devoted Mother, Grandmother and friend

Ernestine Tina Mary Annichino - Gray, 88, passed away peacefully Saturday, December 1st, with her youngest daughter and grandson by her side.

Tina was born February 23rd, 1930, in White Plains, New York to Emma Gumay Egger Annichino and Clement Annichino.

In 1949 Tina graduated from White Plains High School where she was involved in cheerleading, basketball and archery. Tina then attended school for stenography and then became a private secretary. Tina then married Roland B. Gray and due his job, relocated to Houston, Texas in 1972.

While in Texas Tina was a homemaker, artist, gourmet cook and avid tennis player. Tina was a member of the Northampton Division B Tennis Team where she was a first place winner in the Ladies Northwest Tennis League. Tina also played golf and skied when on family vacations to Colorado. Overall, Tina was a very athletic person with many interests. Tina also took the time to volunteer at her local hospitals and the AIDS/Hospice in New Orleans, LA.

Tina is survived by her eldest sister Katherine Devlin, her Daughters Tracy, Michelle and Kimberly. Four Grandchildren Jude, Emily, Madison and Charlie. Her Nieces Janet, Kathy, and her Nephews Jim, Tom and Joesph Annichino.

She was preceded in death by her Mother and Father. Brother's Patrick Annichino and Joe Annichino , Deedee.

Memorial Services will be held on Saturday, December 15th at 10:00am Cook-Walden Chapel of the Hills Funeral Home in Austin, Texas.

Fond memories and expressions of sympathy may be shared at www.cookwaldenchapelofthehills.com for the Gray family.

  • FAMILY

  • Katherine Devlin, Sister
  • Tina is also survived by her beloved Daughters Tracy, Michelle and Kimberly. Four Grandchildren Jude, Emily, Madison and Charlie. Her Nieces Janet, Kathy, and her Nephews Jim, Tom and Joesph Annichino who will all lovingly cherish her memory.

Services

  • Memorial Service Saturday, December 15, 2018
REMEMBERING

Ernestine "Tina" Mary Gray

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Janet McCabe

December 16, 2018

I have so many memories of my Aunt Tina. Most of them when I was very young and the family lived in New York. Most sundays were spent visiting the Grays in Mohegan Lake. Grandma, Uncle Pat, my Mom , Debbie and I would come to spend the afternoon. Swimming, hanging out on the deck and having fun. I also remember visiting Aunt Tina and the family in Houston in the seventies. On one occasion I still can see us running down a very long corridor in the airport with Kim in tow trying not to miss my flight!! Aunt Tina running with me, yelling run!! Run!! We were laughing hysterically!! We just made it before the door to the plane closed ....I didn’t get to say goodbye and I wasn’t even sure where we left Kim!! I often hear stories from my mother, her older sister, about catching Tina wearing her clothes! I guess it wasn’t that hard to catch her, according to my mom, she didn’t bother hanging them back up after she selected the one to borrow😂. So many moments that make up a life...a life filled with happiness, sadness, joy and sorrow. I will miss you Aunt Tina. I will always remember your smile and good heart. Love, Janet

Tracy Gray

December 15, 2018

Today was a celebration of mom and her beautiful life! Love and miss you mom. Rest in peace, ❤️ Tracy.

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Biography

Tina was born February 23rd, 1930, in White Plains, New York to Emma Gumay Egger Annichino and Clement Annichino.

In 1949 Tina graduated from White Plains High School where she was involved in cheerleading, basketball and archery. Tina then attended school for stenography and then became a private secretary. Tina then married Roland B. Gray and due his job, relocated to Houston, Texas in 1972.

While in Texas Tina was a homemaker, artist, gourmet cook and avid tennis player. Tina was a member
of the Northampton Division B Tennis Team where she was a first place winner in the Ladies Northwest Tennis League. Tina also played golf and skied when on family vacations to Colorado.

Overall, Tina was a very athletic person with many interests. Tina also took the time to volunteer at her local hospitals and the AIDS/Hospice in New Orleans, LA. Tina will be fondly revered by all who knew her.