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Reba H. Gray, 88

Westborough – Reba H. Gray, 88, of Lyman Street, died Friday July 16, 2010, following an extended illness at the Beaumont Skilled Nursing Center in Westborough. She was the wife of the late Ralph W. Gray Jr. for 59 years.

She leaves two sons and daughters-in-law, R. William and Marilyn Gray and David and Margaret Gray; a daughter, Anne Gray Sterner; five grandchildren, Jason Sterner, Andrew Sterner, Lauren Gray, Rebecca Gray and Peter Gray; one great-grandchild, Anja Hutto; a brother, William Hough; and a sister, Elizabeth Wilkinson.

Born in Williamsport, Penn., the daughter of William Henry Hough and Reba Whiteman Hough, she was a graduate of Williamsport High School, attended Duke University, and graduated from the Pennsylvania State University. Prior to relocating to Westborough, she resided in Gulf Breeze, Fla., for 20 years.

Mrs. Gray retired in 1980 as an associate real estate broker, following a long career as a public school teacher in Williamsport. She was active in the Junior League of Williamsport, served on the board of the Lycoming County Mental Health Association, and on the board of the Lycoming County United Way. She was a member of the Evangelical Congregational Church of Westborough.

A memorial service will be held Saturday Aug. 7, at 11 a.m., at the Evangelical Congregational Church at the corner of West Main Street and Church Street in Westborough. Burial will be private. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made either to the Music Committee of the Evangelical Congregational Church of Westborough, 8 Church St., Westborough, MA 01581 or to the American Red Cross of Central Massachusetts, 2000 Century Dr., Worcester, MA 01606. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Rand-Harper-Pickering Westborough Funeral Home.

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