Gary Scott Gray
April 2, 1964 - November 16, 2021
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Kilpatrick Funeral Homes - Ruston
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Ruston, LA 71270
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Friday 11/19, 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
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Temple Baptist Church Chapel
Ruston, LA 71270
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Mount Olive East Cemetery

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  Lieutenant Colonel Gary Scott Gray, age 57 of Ruston, LA, passed away November 16, 2021, after a month long battle with pneumonia.  He had also been undergoing chemotherapy treatments for Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia since the summer of 2020. Scott was born in Monroe, LA to Ernest and Ruth Gray.  He grew up in Monroe,…

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Troy Cangelosi left a message on November 22, 2021:
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MG(R) Bennett Landreneau left a message on November 21, 2021:
LTC Gray was an outstanding officer. He demonstrated caring leadership at all times, looking out for his soldiers. He enjoyed training soldiers and seeing to their welfare. He was a calm proficient leader.
Destinee Brown left a message on November 20, 2021:
In memory of Gary Scott Gray, Destinee Brown lit a candle
COL (Ret) Calvin & Jan Washispack left a message on November 20, 2021:
It is the “Soldier” In Memorial Honor to LTC Gary Scott Gray US Army and Louisiana National Guard It’s the Soldier, not the pastor/preacher, who has given us freedom of religion and worship. It’s the Soldier, not the reporter, who has given us freedom of the press. It’s the Soldier, not the poet, who has given us freedom of speech. It’s the Soldier, not the demonstration organizer, who has given us freedom to assemble and demonstrate. It’s the Soldier, not the lawyer, who has given us the right to a fair trial. It’s the Soldier, not the politician, who has given us the right to vote, ensures our right to Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness. It’s the Soldier, Who salutes the Flag, who serves beneath the Flag and whose coffin is draped by the Flag, who gives the protester the right to burn the flag. The American Soldier does not serve and fight because he hates who is in front of him; he serves and fights because he loves who is behind him. ETERNAL REST GRANT HIM O LORD AND LET PERPETUAL LIGHT SHINE UPON HIM.
Mikayla Morris left a message on November 20, 2021:
Lieutenant Colonel Gray was my SDI in high school and the things he taught me made me a better leader and a better person. I’m so sorry for your loss.
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Ricky Phillips left a message on November 20, 2021:
Sad to hear. I haven't seen Scott in quite awhile. I served with him in the 527 before and after Desert Storm. My prayers go out to you.
Michael Steen left a message on November 19, 2021:
My thoughts and prayers go out to Scott’s family! I’m so sorry to hear about his passing today. He was a great friend and officer that I severed with in the J4 at Camp Beauregard! I always remember him continuously reheating the same cup of coffee throughout the day maybe topping it off with some fresh coffee. He did like watching movies too which we would do on the night shift from time to time when we could. I regret not staying in touch with him but will always have fond memories of the time I severed with him!
Brice A Dolden left a message on November 19, 2021:
I am terribly sorry to hear about the passing of Lieutenant Colonel Gray. He was my SDI during my two years of JROTC at EHS. He was a great man and a huge part in where I am today. When he left the school, It felt empty without him. I know there's not much I can say, but he was my favorite teacher in the entire school. He will be dearly missed by every cadet that was under his command
Chris Willis left a message on November 19, 2021:
Ame, I'm so sorry for your loss of Scott. Scott and I were friends at work while he was at Willamette. My daughter Kristi and Mackenzie were friends at a young age. I met you once, although you may not remember me. We came to visit y'all at your house one evening many years ago. May Scott be with God. He was a genuinely good man that I wish I had stayed in touch with more.
Karen Bates left a message on November 19, 2021:
I am so sorry for the loss of Scott. He was just a tiny bit older than I, a cousin, but sadly we never got rot meet. I am grateful for his many years of service. Your family is my prayers.
Kilpatrick Funeral Homes left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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