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Virginia Anne Gray

Posted 2018-07-10 by mhenderson
Published in Today's News Herald on June 14, 2018 -
Lake Havasu City, Arizona -

Virginia "Ginny" Anne Gray of Lake Havasu City passed peacefully on
June 8, 2018 in the comfort of her home. She was born in Chicago on
November 4, 1942 and moved to Lake Havasu City in 1977. She quickly
fell in love with the majestic mountains, sunsets, and lake.

Ginny worked for many years at Safeway where she met many people and
developed lifelong friendships. Once grandchildren were in the
picture, she dedicated the rest of her life to loving and caring for
children in her home. Watching children was one of her greatest joys.
Ginny was a beautiful woman inside and out. She was compassionate,
loving, and sincere. She had a childlike innocence when it came to
exploring and learning new things and always took a special interest
in the lives of others. Spending time with family, fishing, playing
bingo, playing her slot machine, and exploring on her tablet were some
of her favorite things to do.

Ginny had a strong interest in crime stories and documentaries and she
always loved a good debate over any topic. She truly touched and
influenced the lives of so many people over her life time. Her spirit
of compassion, love, generosity, and kindness will live on forever in
our hearts.

Ginny was preceded in death by her parents, John and Elaine Gray, her
brothers Jack and Rich, and her daughter Kristen. She is survived by
her daughters Kelly, Sherry, and Julie, her grandchildren Thomas,
Joshua, Chelsea, Hannah, and Melia, her great-grandchildren Aubrey,
Rachael, and Kalou, her sisters Carol, Patti, and Kathy, and many
other loving family members.

Celebration of Life Service will be held at Calvary Baptist, 3100
Sweetwater, Saturday June 23 at 11 am.




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