In memory of
Sue Ann Gray
In memory of
Sue Ann Gray
Sue Ann Gray On March 31, 2021, Sue Ann Gray, loving wife and mother of two sons passed away at the age of 66. She was born on October 18, 1954 in St. Petersburg, FL to Albert and Nancy (Watkins) Gregory. She earned her bachelor's degree in nursing at Valdosta State College in 1986 and worked in the Big Bend area for 34 years as a registered nurse. On April 4, 1975 she married George Gray and they raised two sons, Aaron and Jesse. Sue loved helping others as a nurse and especially enjoyed working with babies and children, spending the largest part of her career with Children's Medical Services in Tallahassee. She enjoyed gardening, cooking and sewing art quilts and her home was always a pleasant place to be for both its beauty and welcoming spirit. George and Sue both loved music and enjoyed singing together and going out to listen to music. They hosted many concerts in their home for singer-songwriters, both local and from around the country and the world. Sue is survived by her husband George, sons Aaron and Jesse, grandchildren Sharon, Sophie, Caleb and Phoebe as well as two brothers Doug and Bill.
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In memory of
Sue Ann Gray
Sue Ann Gray On March 31, 2021, Sue Ann Gray, loving wife and mother of two sons passed away at the age of 66. She was born on October 18, 1954 in St. Petersburg, FL to Albert and Nancy (Watkins) Gregory. She earned her bachelor's degree in nursing at Valdosta State College in 1986 and worked in the Big Bend area for 34 years as a registered nurse. On April 4, 1975 she married George Gray and they raised two sons, Aaron and Jesse. Sue loved helping others as a nurse and especially enjoyed working with babies and children, spending the largest part of her career with Children's Medical Services in Tallahassee. She enjoyed gardening, cooking and sewing art quilts and her home was always a pleasant place to be for both its beauty and welcoming spirit. George and Sue both loved music and enjoyed singing together and going out to listen to music. They hosted many concerts in their home for singer-songwriters, both local and from around the country and the world. Sue is survived by her husband George, sons Aaron and Jesse, grandchildren Sharon, Sophie, Caleb and Phoebe as well as two brothers Doug and Bill.
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