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Morton E. Gray, III

August 6, 1956 July 16, 2018
Morton E.  Gray, III
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Obituary for Morton E. Gray, III

Morton E Gray, III (Marty) was born August 6, 1956 and passed away July 16, 2018 in Ft Worth, TX at the age of 61. Marty attended Castleberry ISD, Graham ISD and Weatherford College He is survived by his loving son, Jeremiah, daughter-in- law Meagan and grandchildren Jackson and Marley Jo. His parents are Golda Whitworth, Morton Gray II (wife Linda) sisters Terre Babcock (husband HB) Delissa Slimp (husband Marvin), long-time friend Karen Miller Sanders and many nieces, nephews, cousins and extended family. He is preceded in death by step-dad Don Whitworth, sister Renee Stone, niece Jaci Stone. His services will be Thursday July 19th 10.am (Visitation 9-10am) Galbreaith-Pickard Hilltop Chapel, 4941 I20 Frontage Road, Willow Park TX, 76087. A graveside will follow at noon in Mt Pisgah Cemetery, Patillo community. In lieu of flowers gifts can be made to SPCA.


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Visitation

Thursday

19

Jul

9:00 AM 7/19/2018 9:00:00 AM - 10:00 AM 7/19/2018 10:00:00 AM
Galbreaith Pickard Hilltop Chapel

4941 E. I-20 Frontage R.
Willow Park, Texas 76087

Galbreaith Pickard Hilltop Chapel
4941 E. I-20 Frontage R. Willow Park 76087 Texas
United States

Service

Thursday

19

Jul

10:00 AM 7/19/2018 10:00:00 AM - 11:00 AM 7/19/2018 11:00:00 AM
Galbreaith Pickard Hilltop Chapel

4941 E. I-20 Frontage R.
Willow Park, Texas 76087

Galbreaith Pickard Hilltop Chapel
4941 E. I-20 Frontage R. Willow Park 76087 Texas
United States
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