In Memory

Terry Lynn Gray

Terry Lynn Gray

Graveside services for Terry Lynn Gray, 52, of Norman will be 2:00 PM Friday, August 20 at Sunset Memorial Park, under the direction of Primrose Funeral Service.
Mr. Gray died Tuesday, August 17 in Norman. Terry was a great dad, son, brother. He was a joy to be around at all times. He loved watching all sports, college or pro and especially NASCAR. He will be greatly missed by all his family and friends. He was born August 13, 1958 to Tommy and Geraline Gray in Oklahoma City.
He is survived by his parents, Tommy and Geraline Gray; his son, Kyle Lee Gray, his brother, Curtis Lee Gray and wife, Danielle Gray; his niece Whitney Lynn Gray and several aunts, uncles and cousins. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Sydney James and Virgil Gray, Amos and Lena Wyatt.
In lieu of flowers, please make donations to the American Cancer Society.
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Born: August 13, 1958
Died: August 17, 2010

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11/08/10 11:41 PM #1    

Nancy Webb (Keim)

 I remember meeting Terry in Jr. High.   He and my brother became close friends during high school.  My parent's house on Hughbert Str. off Berry Rd was well known for a place to party when the folks were away at Ft. Gibson.   Terry, Bobby Barnard, Mark Lewis, and many others would come by for an evening.   The weekends were always  full of music and laughter.  How our neighbors tolerated all the cars was such a wonderful thing!   I remember a window in our living room that was always getting broken by someone stumbling or horse playing around.   Terry was one initiated by that window..with good fortune there were heavy curtains to protect all the victims! 

I remember Terry as a person with such a exciting personality, always joking around with people. He seemed to enjoy life to it's fullest! 

Rest in Peace Terry

03/01/11 05:09 AM #2    

Georgeann Eyler (Horton)

The crazy cousins - Terry & Bobby - and I worked together for a few years at Award Design Medals. I haven't seen them since those days, but what a couple of fun-loving, lovable rogues! They worked like crazy in a hot, sweaty place that was full of distinct individuals pulling together to make a great product. And when ADM burned to the ground they worked to re-build it. The gallant Terry 'saved' me from a dead mouse in my first apartment -- and teased me no end about it! Terry always had a funny joke and a ready laugh and a helping hand. I'm sure he is missed by all who loved him.

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