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John Walter Gray

gray1Age 86, a longtime resident of Chino, California, Entered Eternal Rest on Sunday, July 23, 2017 following hospitalization and illness. Born on March 2, 1931 in Erick, Oklahoma to his beloved parents, Joseph and Grace Gray. After high school graduation, John proudly served his Country as a Lance Corporal in squadron VMF214 in the United States Marine Corps. He would later became a sales manager in the Food Services industry. John leaves behind his devoted wife Charlyne Gray; his five loving sons: Ken, Ron, Doug, Jeff and Kerry; sister Carrie Sue Mathews; five grandchildren: Corey, Christopher, Daniel, Janessa and Dennis; four great-grandchildren: Isabelle, Charlotte, Phillip and Vayda. He will be laid to rest on Thursday, July 27, 2017 at 9:45AM with Full Military Honors at the Riverside National Cemetery located in 22495 Van Buren Boulevard, Riverside, CA 92518.

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  • Wanda Brooks Posted July 25, 2017 7:45 pm

    I am so sorry that I didn’t get to spend more recent times with you and Aunt Charlene. You are all in my prayers, and I send big hug and love to each of you.. God bless and may our Lord comfort you in this time of loss.

  • Aide Galindo Posted July 25, 2017 10:05 pm

    Yo tube el honor de conocerlos ase mas de diez años, he convivido mucho con ellos, mi jonny como yo le desia no fue impedimento mi idioma, el un hijo de Dios, me trato con mucho amor como si fuera su hija, junta mente con su esposa charlyne, yo pido a Dios que llene de Bendicion y paz a su familia. Jonny por siempre te llevare en mi corazon , Idescansa en paz, I love you.

  • Scott Porter Posted August 2, 2017 12:43 pm

    Dear family, To the greatest man I ever knew. A father a father , a friend a man of integrity,strength and good wisdom. A Marine medals of honor of love and generosity. Love for his family was so big I could hardly be in the same room and imagine I was there to.. I called him and Charlene the greatest marriage I every knew. The love of his wife and children was so positive. The times I saw him I would always go away with so much more.John and Charlene will always be a team.l look up to the heavens and I know he is there. He is joyous happy an free he will be missed a lot. I’m so glad that he was a part of his life. Love always Minister Scott Porter and Kathleen

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