Tory Nolan Gray

August 12, 1991February 7, 2018
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Tory Nolan Gray, 26, of Hartsville, Indiana passed away on February 7,2018. Tory was born on August 12, 1991 to Troy Gray and Teresa (Wooten) McQueen in Fort Myers, Florida. He graduated from Hauser High School in 2010 and was studying to be an electrician. In 2013, his daughter Calissa Marie was born. Calissa was the light of his life and his entire world. Anyone who knew Tory knew how much he loved her. He enjoyed playing baseball in his younger years, his music, and spending time with friends and family. Tory was the life of the party anywhere he went and loved making people laugh. His smile alone could light up a room. Survivors include his parents, Teresa and James McQueen and Troy Gray; his daughter Calissa Marie Gray; a sister, Victoria Gray; a brother Brandon Johnson and their mother, Charlotte Gray; and a brother Jeremiah McQueen; grandparents Betty McQueen, Patty and Hollis Wooten, and Carol Gray; and many uncles, aunts, and other family; good friends Ryker Forney; Pam and Juan Flores; and many other close friends. Tory was preceded in death by his grandfathers, Russell Gray and Frank McQueen, great-grandparents Helen and Jasper Musillami; an aunt; Sheri Wooten; and his daughter's mother, Keighlin Jarvis. A funeral service will be held Tuesday February 13, 2018 at 1:00 pm at Hathaway-Myers Chapel. Burial will follow at Garland Brook Cemetery. Visitation will be held Monday February 12, 2018 from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm at the funeral home and one hour prior to service on Tuesday. Hathaway-Myers is serving the Gray Family.


  • Visitation Monday, February 12, 2018
  • Funeral Service Tuesday, February 13, 2018

Tory Nolan Gray

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Victoria Gray

October 27, 2018

Playing basketball with you in greensburg, throwing pool parties in elizabethtown, you picking me up from lincoln village just to drive around with your boo boo. You and Ryker randomly bringing me vegetarian pizza to my apartment, or you and jr just stopping in to hang out.

Growing up with Tory meant i always had someone to talk to, he always had my back. Tory was always there for me, or anyone he held close, no matter the circumstance. Im so lucky to have such a bright, loving, kind person influence me.

You are the greatest brother and I love you so much. You continue to show me love and light when all I can feel is hurt and alone..
Everyday, I think of you, crying, laughing, or smiling. Everyday I wake up and think what I can do to make you smile down on your little sis. Everyone misses you so much.
I can't wait to see you again tot.

Maggie Dixon

February 9, 2018

Our sincerest condolences to The Gray Family. We loved his sweet smile and happy personality. My family lived next door to him in Columbus. He was always pleasant and happy to be around. Again, so sorry for your beloved son's early departure. Hugs.

kim wiley

February 8, 2018

Teresa, i am so sorry!! I cant imagine how hard this is on you. The Tory i remember was always quick with a smile. He loved his daughter so very much!! I am praying for you, lean on him and he will help you get through the next few days, and the rest of your life. I know this is not something that goes away, it never will. Just remember his smiling face.