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Gertrude Gray, 86

Charlton - Gertrude “Ginger” (Chatterton) Gray 86, formerly a longtime resident of Southborough, died Wednesday June 16, 2010 at Overlook Health Center in Charlton. She was the wife of the late Ralph R. Gray, who passed away in 1985.

    She is survived by her children, Stephen Gray and his wife, Judy; Bruce Gray; and Jeanne Marie Mikels and her husband, Dave. She also leaves a brother, Edward Chatterton; two sisters, Arlene Glander and her husband, George, and Eunice Maloney; three grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren.

    Mrs. Gray was a graduate of Somerset High School and Bridgewater Teaching College, class of 1944. She was a teacher at Athol Junior. High School until she moved to Southborough in 1951. She later worked for the former Worcester County National Bank for seven years before working for Commonwealth Gas, retiring in 1986.

    She liked playing the piano and going for her daily constitutional. She also enjoyed spending time with her family.

   A funeral service was held June 23 at the Morris Funeral Home of Southborough, with burial in the Rural Cemetery in Southborough. Memorial contributions may be sent to the Arthritis Foundation, 29 Crafts St., Newton, MA  02458.

 

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