Robert Bruce Gray IV

October 14, 1958October 15, 2015

Robert Gray, 57, a 36 year resident of Miramar and Fort Lauderdale-Miami area, formerly of Danville, Pennsylvania, passed away peacefully on October 15, 2015 at Holy Cross Hospital in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Bob was born on October 14, 1958 in Hershey, Pennsylvania. He is survived by his parents, Robert and Shirley O’Neill Gray; brother, Mark (wife, Susan); nephews, Ryan and Matthew; and his loving and devoted fiancée, Maria Scotto. He graduated from Danville Area High School in Danville, Pennsylvania in 1976. He also attended Bloomsburg University in Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania. Bob’s life was defined by what his passion was, helping other people and giving a helping hand to others in need. Bob was loved and respected by many of his friends. He served with Narcotics & Alcoholics Anonymous Community for over 38 years in many capacities with most recently serving on the World Service Board for Bob was employed for many years as Senior Vice President of Communications & Public Affairs with Central Recovery of Las Vegas. A Memorial Service will be held at a later date. Memorial Contributions may be made in Bob’s memory to the American Heart Association. Condolences and memories may be left at

Arrangements under the direction of Kraeer Funeral Home and Cremation Center, Coral Springs, FL.


Robert Bruce Gray IV

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October 31, 2015

To my sweet B,
Thank you for loving me. I have been incredibly blessed and lucky to have met you and be loved by you. Thank you for all of the life lessons, all of the beautiful memories which will remain in my heart forever. I miss you so much each and every day, but know that I'll always have you in my heart.
I cannot bear to say goodbye to you but will say instead, see you later baby. XOXO

Diana Douberly

October 23, 2015

Thank you for being of service but more important a person so loved that the day you passed the world mourned..Respect & Peace

October 20, 2015

I met Bob many years ago when I began my recovery in NA. He was a kind and gentle man who followed his heart in carrying the message. He will be missed and I can't wait to see him again on the other side. Much love to his family and fiancee.

In Love,
Mank Saunders

Mary Merkel

October 20, 2015

Bob I will miss you and your smile! You touched alot of lifes and I will always be grateful for mine, thank you for all the years of service and always making our lifes apart of yours. May god comfort your family, Maria and all who's life you touched...RIP my brother...and Bob you were always right GOD IS COOL...

Denise Fergerson

October 20, 2015

May you R.I.P. Bob Gray, thank you so much for sharing your love and service to the fellowship. I am so grateful to know that you were one of the great predecessors who will never be forgotten. You will truly be missed.

John Whigham

October 20, 2015

I haven't seen Bob in 10 years, but it's amazing how vivid my memories of serving with him are. He wasn't real easy on me, but that's kind of good. He set a great example that I still rely on today.

Deborah Barry

October 19, 2015

Bob, you will be missed. You made a Hugh impact on my recovery. Thank you.
Your commitment to recovery was unwavering and you always stood your ground.
Your love, and authenticity will always be remembered.

Angie Evans

October 19, 2015

I had the pleasure I knowing Bob on and off throughout the years. His enduring love for a legacy of the newcomer into their journey of recovery. His wit, his sarcastic smirk, and his endless thirst to do more ..may your family, have an easy grieve.

Susan Winning

October 18, 2015

It was an honor and pleasure to have known and served with Bob. He was dedicated to making life better for others by the sharing of himself. He was patient with my many faux pas at the RSC and always made me feel that my opinions were valued and questions valid. We lost a good man but his legacy lives on. Fly with the angels Bob Gray.

Jeannie Hill

October 18, 2015

Your legacy will live on in the hearts of many. Thank you Bob, for all you have done.