Karen Gail Gray
Karen Gail Gray, 65, went home to be with the Lord Wednesday, March 11, 2020.
A Celebration of Life will take place Saturday at 1:00 pm at Hillcrest Church of Christ, 1401 Hillcrest Dr, Arlington, 76010 with Chaplin, Dwayne Lee officiating.
Karen is preceded in death by her husband, Larry Gray and son, Michael Hall; parents, Arizona May Vaughn and Robert Hugh Musick; brothers, Robert Musick and William Musick.
She is survived by her loving son, Damon Hall and wife, Valerie; daughter, Rebecca Mead and husband, Robert; step-sons, Elric Gray and wife, April and Alleron Gray and wife, Samantha; grandchildren, Cyndal Hall, Kimberly Mead, Samantha Mead, Skyler Mead, Zane Gray, Ace Lawson, Liam Gray, Haven Gray, Erlin Star Gray, Maeleigh Gray, Arie Gray, Alleron Jr. Gray and Logan Gray; sister, Frances Bielss; brother, Richard Austin; mother-in-law, Vivian Louise Gray; nieces, Mary, Jessica, Samaira, Laura and Holly; nephews, Daniel, Joseph, James and Christopher and her loving furr babies, Grayson, Buffie, Rusty and Cinnamon.
3/13/2020 12:55:03 pm
R.I.P dear Karen, you will be missed. We have been friends for many years on different social sites. Karen was always fun to visit with and have a few laughs.
3/13/2020 12:57:44 pm
My sincere condolences to all of her family. I know sissy Karen is resting and at Peace in Jesus Christ our Savior. To her family, Your mama was a beautiful n giving n caring friend and sister to me. I will miss her dearly! I will keep in contact with the family of hers I met about 1 year ago. God bless each one of you and give you Peace for your minds. Comfort for your hearts. And Strength for each gifted day given. 🙏🏻🌷❤️
3/13/2020 03:40:42 pm
Rest in peace my dear Aunt Karen. I'm glad you're not suffering anymore and you are with you are with your husband, son, mother, and father again. My prayers are with you. I love you.
3/13/2020 03:43:36 pm
My sister Karen .. Miss that smile got to miss all the good stories that she used to tell and all the animals that she used to love and talk about all the grandkids and kids .Karen my sister was a very sweet person she loved everybody do you like to tell you off . if you make a mad so I try not to make her mad very much Karen was younger than me I was the oldest sister so I was the kind of like a boss in the family our mama always left me in charge.
3/13/2020 07:02:12 pm
In our early years, we shared some wonderful times together playing cards, camp outs, cookouts and family dinners. Memories I will hold with me always. We knew this time was coming but it still was difficult news to hear. The only thing that made it easier was knowing you were no longer suffering. You are at peace now and with all those who left us long ago. What a great reunion that must be! Till we see each other again, just know you WERE Loved......Peachie
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