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Larry Eugene Gray, age 71, went to our Lord on February 27,2021 at 2:51 PM.

Larry was a loving husband to Charlene Gray for 50 wonderful years. He was “Pop” to Richard Scott Gray & Sean Ryan Gray. And Larry was the most AMAZING Grandfather “BOP” to his 5 grandsons. Being “BOP” was so very important to him! He didn’t miss many football games, went on many vacations & loved his family. He was so proud of his boys! He was a great cook & a true “foodie”. He had MANY friends. Larry was proud of his service in the US Army & will be laid to rest at The National Cemetery. His brother Mark Gray & two nieces live in North Carolina. 

Larry worked for Sears for 25 years. He could fix ANYTHING! At age 55 Larry & went into Eddy Current Testing with a company in Georgia. He & two partners left that company to start AGR Inspections based here in the metroplex. HE LOVED Eddy Current Testing & all the friends he met over the 20 plus years he was in the business. He was a kind, sweet, gentle soul who loved with his whole heart! He would laugh often with a twinkle in those blue eyes. After 6 years of failing health his wings were ready but our hearts were not… watch over us sweetheart & wait for us at the gate.


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Ceremony Details

Location Information

Dallas - Fort Worth National Cemetery (TXDFWN)
2000 Mountain Creek Pkwy
Dallas, TX 75211
Click here for the Dallas - Fort Worth National Cemetery Page


December 18 at 11:00 am, 2021

Christopher A Bush, Joan Gulliksen , Mary Bush

Directions to Cemetery

Navigation systems do an adequate job finding the cemetery. When you arrive, please follow the people and signs to the site of the ceremony itself.

Parking Instructions

Parking is limited at the DFW National Cemetery.  We encourage everyone to arrive early, park near the section where you will lay wreaths, and walk to the ceremony.  When the ceremony ends, everyone will be given 15 minutes to walk back to their wreath laying section.  

Ceremony and Volunteer Information

We are happy that you are willing to help with our Wreath Across America ceremony at Dallas - Fort Worth National Cemetery . Please do not forget to register to volunteer! That way you will get all updates about the cemetery itself.

Here are some things to remember about the ceremony:

  • Everyone of all ages and backgrounds is welcome.
  • Please help ensure that all participants get the opportunity to place a wreath.
  • Please follow the location coordinators instructions on where to place wreaths, as well as "how" they should be placed.
  • We especially appreciate volunteers willing to help clean-up. Please check in with the location coordinator if you are interested in helping with the clean-up.

The most important thing to remember is to have a wonderful experience participating in the ceremony and thank you so much for help Wreaths achieve our mission to remember, honor and teach.

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