OBITUARY

Gary Richard Gray Jr.

January 16, 1967July 2, 2018

Gary Richard Gray was born on January 16, 1967 and passed away on July 2, 2018.

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Gary Richard Gray Jr.

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Candice Evans

August 2, 2018

Jennifer Furbay

July 26, 2018

As time is going by my love for you continues on. I am still saddened by your crossing over to the other side. To know I will never touch you again breaks my heart. To know I will see you again makes it a little easier. But still I struggle with the reality of you not being on earth. I cannot question God and I know you are with him. Know this Gary Richard Gray I will always love you and have you in my heart. I miss you.

Jennifer Furbay

July 26, 2018

Anthony Coleman

July 23, 2018

Today like many others we will face ,our family members Are not only in our pasts .But in our futures as well.....
My fondest memories were to many to name ...but the most prominent ones were when we as a Family Would goto the Chesapeake bay bridge. ..where Mr.Grey & "BE" Mrs Grey kept their boat and go Crabin. ..early and I mean early 2:30-3:00am to set up 1000' trout lines... Gary whip & I would stay up playing cards all night long...in the basement with that kenwood. Stereo with klicph speakers he loved that system. ..and would blast B out till she hollered at us...
We always would get two huge coolers full of crabs on Saturday and on the way home Mr Grey would stop at Wendy's for Chile & cheese to go with the steamed Crabs.
We always were like family I never truly had....Gary was my Best friend I truly will miss him . Gary and I restored his 70 cutlass vert together at that garage he had in remington!
We had pics of his 72 chevelle jumping over a line of beer cans once with tire smoke engulfing the car...he was amazingly talented. ...I owe so much to him and his mom & dad for what I know today!
You all have blessed my life ...so I will continue in his legacy of helping others with problem vehicles with kindness and understanding just like he did with teaching me EVERYTHING I KNOW about cars...you will truly Be missed by all!
He's in our futures......
Not just our pasts.....
Eternally with us in spirit!
LOVE & LIGHT

ANTHONY COLEMAN

Elizabeth Velez

July 16, 2018

Brian and I are so sorry for your loss. Even though it had been some time since we had last been able to get together with him, Gary was a very dear friend (especially to Brian) and will be missed terribly. Our thoughts and prayers are with you and the family. Rest in peace buddy. <3

Kristin Sterner-sister

July 16, 2018

“Shine Bright”

Brian Velez

July 13, 2018

Gary was and always will be a family member! His did Mr. Gary, His mother Mrs. Joanne, and Kristin his sister. They always treated me as family and I mourn the loss of Gary! He was a true and very good friend to me! I had so many great times with him I cannot count! My fondest memory is when we went to the ocean with several friends. He came by my work at the rotunda liquors. Needless to say the trunk of his cutless convertible was filled to the top when we left. We did A 100 miles an hour down and back. We both fell asleep on the beach and I got sun poisoning - lol. But I had so many great memories with him! He truly was a brother to me. I will miss his singing, his laughter, and most of all, his kindness! He was a gentle soul with a kind heart! It,s hard to say goodbye! So until we meet again my brother! I will keep your spirit alive in my memories with you! To you dad and your sister! My deepest sympathy and condolences! I love you. You will be missed my dear friend!

Joel Gray (Cousin)

July 12, 2018

I remember every Christmas from the time I can remember until my late teens our family would come to your guys' house which was the best topper to our Christmas!!! I couldn't wait to get to the house to be with family & hear the Great stories that happened throughout the year but Whip always told the best & funniest stories! Little did anyone know but I'm going to say that every now & then Whip would go upstairs to his room give me that look, then I would follow where there we would sneak a drink or two or three but who was counting!!! Not me of course but I always thought he was the coolest cousin because of his genuineness & eventhough I was only 3 yrs younger he always had time to tell his stories. I know you'll be missed but definitely in a better place. Give my dad, mom, Grandmom, Aunt Joanne & all our family a hug & kiss for us until we meet again Cuz!!!

Kristin Sterner-sister

July 12, 2018

“My Angels”

Jennifer Furbay

July 12, 2018