In Memory of Cindy Bernice Gray, 53. ~ A unique treasure that was born in Calgary 1968.02.17, growing up mostly in Abbotsford. She was smart, perky, pretty, and gullible.
I recall our respected principal George Peary calling and requesting a meeting in regard to my unique daughter, we both enjoyed that conversation in question.
Cindy had a flare for Interior Design and did consultant work.
She moved to Salmon Arm at an early age because she liked it there. She volunteered as a host at the Salmon Arm Hospital. She also worked in a fine restaurant as a host and server receiving many compliments which she used to phone her best pal, Nana.
Isn’t that right Fafa, sometimes?. Cindy later moved to Garden Grove in Langley.
Cindy was blessed with two beautiful daughters, Samantha, and Paige Megan.
Cindy and Dad had their own song called Music Man by Frank Mills, which she played over and over. Interesting, she was a great little dancer.
So many good memories, some very unique. I will go and skip some stones at Porpoise Bay and look at your picture, Cindy, from when we were on the Atlantic Coast, as a part of our travels.
Cindy, God loves laughter and you to be sure. Next of kin, sister Christy, brothers Scott & Derrick and Mother Joyce and she had a good rapport with Uncle Otto, Cindy had good friends.
Always with love, forever, Dad, T.J. GrayObituary
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