Andrew J. Gray

Andrew J. Gray

Smithfield, VA
05.15.1981 - 10.28.2018
Birthplace
Newport News, VA

Andrew James Gray, 37, of Smithfield passed away October 28, 2018 with his family by his side. He was born in Newport News May 15, 1981. Andrew was a 5 year survivor of Leukemia. He fought courageously for a number of years to overcome the complications and challenges of his illnesses. He graduated from Smithfield High School in 1999 and graduated from East Carolina University with a BS degree in Industrial Technology.

Andrew surrounded himself with the latest technologies, was an avid gamer and computer guru. He was an animal lover and is greatly missed by his Boxer Roxie. Andrew was happiest when his dog was at his side and when he gave gaming tips to his young nephews.

Andrew was preceded in death by his brother Mark T. Gray and his grandparents James D. and Hilda S. Deaux Jr. and Alton E. and Addie C. Gray. He is survived by his parents Ronald E. and Danielle S. Gray, his brother Jason E. Gray and wife Rebecca, nephews Hatteras, Jaxton and Camden, his Aunts Linda G. (Jerry) Creekmore and Nancy E. Brown, Uncles George M. Gray (Vickie),James D. Deaux III (Ruth) and Thomas N. Deaux (MaryGail) and numerous cousins.

Services and burial will be private. Interment will be at Saint Luke’s Memorial Park Cemetery. The family is being assisted by R.W. Baker & Co. Funeral Home and Crematory. Condolences may be offered at RWBakerFH.com. In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to the Isle of Wight County Humane Society, P O Box 273, Smithfield VA 23431.

 

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I read about your loss and wanted to extend my deepest condolences. My heart goes out to your family. Words can't express the pain and sadness of being separated from your loved one, but your special memories can help you cope. May the God who gives hope be with you. Acts 24:15 assures that we can look to the future with confidence and hope. May the many hugs, caring thoughts and prayers be a source of comfort and strength in the days ahead

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