Kim A. Bray

August 14, 1950September 7, 2021

Kim Bray, age 71, went to be with his Lord and Savior Tuesday, September 7, 2021. He is survived by his wife, Jane Bray; children Matthew (Joanna) Bray and Jen Bray (Matthew and Ryan Kornoely); grandchildren Soren, Natalie, Evan, and Aiden; sister, Jan (Eric) Munther.

A private graveside service will be held. In honor of Kim, and in lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Faith Hospice or Alzheimer’s Association. The family welcomes memories and messages in their guest book online at


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Kim A. Bray

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September 19, 2021

I remember Kim as my brother's school and early adult close friend. It was a good thing to be on the fringe. His caring, gentle nature will be remembered with the seemingly ever present smile. Prayers to all family and friends.

Tina Sternberg

September 19, 2021

What a great loss. Kim was such a wonderful man who always treated Trever, myself and our children like family. We will remember Kim for his kindness and wisdom that he showed a young couple years ago. My condolences to you Jane.

Marlin and Karen Mack

September 18, 2021

Kim treated everyone with respect and a caring manner, a true gentleman. He will always be missed. With heartfelt sympathy to Jane and her family.
Marlin and Karen

Tom Elliott

September 12, 2021

I worked with Kim for a couple decades. He was a man of great integrity. He was also someone I could go to when life was crashing in around me. He listened and always had a few words of wisdom. He’s probably laying a patch of rubber on those golden streets today while racing Dan Pfeiffer. All who knew Kim knew an example to follow. My prayers are with the family.

Michael McCoy

September 11, 2021

Jane, Matt, Jen and the entire Bray family. My deepest and most sincere condolences for your lose. Kim was without a doubt one of the most genuine and sincere gentlemen I've ever had the pleasure to know in my life. It was truly a pleasure to work with him. Take solace in knowing that He is flipping quarters with God and he is more than likely winning. He will be and is missed.

Tim Urbanski

September 9, 2021

What a great loss. Kim was truly a kind and caring person. His passion for cars and the business was only exceeded by his love for his family and friends. He was a mentor to me when I started working at Pfeiffer and treated me like family. I'm going to miss seeing u at car shows and catching up on life. RiP. Prayers for ur family.

Dan and Sue Katz

September 8, 2021

Kind, gentle, a very special person. We were so happy to have him for a brother in law. Dan and Sue

Ellen Arey

September 8, 2021

Dear Jane and families. Please accept our deepest sympathies.
Kim was a friend to each of us.
UCHS Class of 1968

rex Spoor

September 8, 2021

Prayers for all the family of Kim. So blessed to be able to call Kim a close friend. Many good times and many more laughs. So many stories to even start. He will be surely missed, but will always be present in memories. A better place because of his presence.

Floyd & Linda Worden

September 8, 2021

We have known the Bray family since Kim was 5 years old , we will be praying for Jane and the family.
Our thoughts, hearts & prayers are with each of you in the loss of Kim..
God Bless 🙏🏻🙏🏻
Floyd & Linda Worden
Burlington, Mi