|Birth: ||Jul. 19, 1989|
|Death: ||Jul. 23, 2011|
Gregory D Gray
NORTH OGDEN – On a beautiful July morning, in the pristine mountains above Cache Valley, our beloved son and brother Greg, while so valiantly saving his sister Jaycee, was saved into eternity by his Heavenly Father.
Gregory D Gray, 22 was born July 19, 1989 to Steven D. and JeriAnn (Tittensor) Gray of North Ogden. He was blessed with many wonderful gifts, the greatest perhaps was his sensitivity to the Spirit and a genuine concern for others. Hard work, compassion, loving and serving others, especially his family, and always putting everyone's needs before his own, are just a few of the many attributes Greg will be remembered for.
His firm commitment and testimony of the gospel led him into the mission field in Portland Oregon, where he served diligently, sharing with so many, his love of our Savior and His plan of happiness. He was a member of the North Ogden YSA Ward where he was serving as Elder's Quorum Secretary.
Greg was very athletic, enjoying his childhood, and with all his best buddies, soccer, baseball and basketball. He played basketball on his junior high and high school teams, and coached his younger brother's basketball team.
A talented artist, he won the Federal Jr. Duck Stamp Art Competition for the State of Utah. His artwork traveled throughout the United States. Greg was the Sterling Scholar for Art, the year he graduated with honors at Weber High in 2008. He earned multiple art scholarships, enjoyed his art classes with Del Parson of Dixie State College, and was currently attending Weber State University.
He absolutely adored his mom, dad, sister and brother, and we adored and loved him more than words can express. He cherished special time alone with his "Momatto", watching a movie, eating at Happy Sumo, teasing, hugging and "wrestling" with her.
He loved to tease and laugh with his brother and sister as they were inseparable in their love for each other. Greg had a love for the outdoors and spending time with his loved ones at the family cabin in Island Park. Choice memories came from the time spent with his dad hunting, as well as fishing with his family. Our avid and skilled fisherman; is now a "Fisher of Men".
Greg will be greatly missed by all who knew him as he touched so many lives in his 22 years. We love him so deeply and can't wait to be reunited with our dear, special boy.
Greg is survived by his parents, Steve and JeriAnn Gray; sister, Jaycee Gray; brother, Brad Gray; grandmothers, Geraldine Tittensor and Carmen Gray; and many caring aunts, uncles and cousins. He was preceded in death by his grandfathers, Jimmie Gray, Glenn Tittensor and his namesake and uncle, Greg Tittensor.
Funeral Services will be held at 11 a.m. on Saturday, July 30, 2011 at the North Ogden 8th Ward Chapel, 2250 N. Fruitland Drive. A viewing will be held at Myers Ogden Mortuary, 845 Washington Blvd., on Friday, July 29th from 5 to 8 p.m. and Saturday at the church from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. Interment, Ben Lomond Cemetery.
Ben Lomond Cemetery
Created by: Richard K. Ross
Record added: Jul 27, 2011
Find A Grave Memorial# 74033109