Anna Lee Carter Gray

October 7, 1952May 7, 2019

Anna Lee Carter Gray, 66, of Greensboro, passed away on Tuesday, May 7, 2019 at Moses Cone Hospital.

Ann was a graduate of Eastern Randolph High School, Class of 1970. She went on to graduate from Watts School of Nursing in 1973 and also earned a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Kaplan University. She worked as a Registered Nurse for 36 years at many different facilities including, Randolph Health 1973-1979, Wesley Long Hospital 1980-2003, and Bayada Nurses 2003-2009. Ann was dedicated to her profession and cared for many individuals at their time of need.

She was the daughter of the late Charles and Martha Dickens Carter.

Ann leaves behind her son, Adam Gray; brother, Charles Carter (Marilyn); sister, Ellen Luck (Gil), and former husband, Bill Gray.

In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, 501 St. Jude Place Memphis, TN 38105.

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Sarah Marshall

May 12, 2019

I am so saddened about Ann. I have such fond memories of working with Ann in the ICU. Ann was an awesome nurse! She had a memory and could recall things from years ago. We all worked hard but enjoyed what we were doing.
Prayers for all of you. Peace be with you.

Christopher Taylor

May 11, 2019

Ann was a great friend and great nurse in ICU. Worked with her for many years as well as helping her landscape her new home which she and her ex husband purchased. Enjoyed going to garden centers and spending time visiting with her and little Adam at the time. She will truely be missed and made a great presence in my life. Greatest simpathy to the family in their time of need, love and prayers. Sincerely, Christopher Taylor and Grayson Patterson.

Cindy Martin Lowe

May 11, 2019

There are so many wonderful memories with you, Ann. School activities, community activities, living near one another and "cruising town" together. You are at peace and I pray for peace for all of your family.

Dee Stout

May 11, 2019

Majorettes marching in the Liberty Christmas parades. Piano recitals. Chorus concerts at ER. Many happy memories of Ann and growing up in Liberty. You are in my prayers.

barbara presnell

May 10, 2019

We all grew up with beautiful Anne. She will always be in our hearts.

Wanda Holt

May 10, 2019

Ellen and Family, With heartfelt sympathy please know you're in my thoughts and prayers.

Larry Simmons

May 9, 2019

Ellen and family, you are in my thoughts and prayers.

Dawn Light

May 9, 2019

Ellen and Charles, I am so sorry for your loss. Hold on to the good memories that you shared with your sister. My prayers are with you.

charles carter

May 9, 2019

I will miss you my sister. you have left your earthly bonds and are in Gods

Adam Gray

May 8, 2019

My dearest, Mother. I had 31 beautiful years with you. From the top of my head down to the bottom of my feet, I am the man I am because of you. You gave me life, and I am forever in debt to you. I inherited your personality, and im a male version of you. I will miss all the great times we had together: playing catch in the yard, planting flowers, going to the beach, the pool, there's just too many to name. You were one of the BEST Registered Nurses this world has ever seen. I remember getting dropped off at Wesley Long Hospital sometimes in the late '90s and helping you do paperwork in Fast Track and at home. I have many regrets, but I hope you found it in your heart to forgive me before you transitioned. I wish I could've made you a Grandmother, but that was not in the cards for me yet. Your legacy will live through me, and I will continue to be the man you raised the best I know how. You are no longer suffering. You're in a better place, and one day, I will see you again. God has gained an absolute angel. I'm tearing up as I right this, but I will be okay. Your musical talents are still embedded with me, and I will only enhance them. I didn't get the creativity, drawing, singing genes, or those big blue eyes of yours, but I got enough. I wish you were able to see me graduate college, but I know you're looking down on me now. Dad still has all the videos we shot throughout the '90s, and I WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU!. YOU ARE MY ROCK, AND I WILL ALWAYS BE LOYAL TO YOU! EVEN IN THE AFTERLIFE.

Love you only child and son,

Adam Carter Gray