Laura Gray

Laura Gray

Thursday, June 17th, 1943 - Tuesday, April 21st, 2020
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It is with heavy hearts that the family of Laura Elizabeth Gray (nee Lloyd) announce her passing after a brief hospitalization at the Grand River Hospital, Kitchener. Pre-deceased by her husband Peter Gray (April 1998). Cherished mother of Heather Graham (Joe) and Valerie Roxburgh (Dwight). Loving “Granny” to Madelynn, Jared and Ben.

Laura was a long-time employee at Moore Business Forms, Fergus. She continued to work hard after retirement, at the Wellington Advertiser, the Welcome Wagon and Pizza Delight because she loved people and keeping busy. She also dedicated her time volunteering for the Canadian Cancer Society, Heart and Stroke Foundation and Fergus Legion Ladies’ Auxiliary. And while all of these pursuits were important to Laura, she was above all else, devoted to her family and spent a lot of time caring for and nurturing her three grandchildren.

Laura had recently moved into the retirement home at Caressant Care, Fergus and was very appreciative of how the staff and residents warmly welcomed her into “their family”.

Laura will be lovingly remembered by family and friends, as a caring, fun-loving and courageous soul, who bravely battled Multiple Myeloma for the past six years. Special thanks to her specialists and the staff at Grand River Hospital’s Hemodialysis Unit, Cancer Treatment Centre and ACE Unit, and to Dr. Stickney and his team who have always been there for our family.

In lieu of flowers, Laura’s family would appreciate memorial donations to be made to the Grand River Hospital Renal Centre or Cancer Treatment Centre, or one of the charity’s that Laura devoted her time to over the years.

As per Laura’s wishes cremation has taken place. A private interment will be held at Belsyde Cemetery. Arrangements are entrusted to The Graham Giddy Funeral Home, 280 St. David Street South in Fergus.
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    Belsyde Cemetery
    Thistle St. (off of Union St.)
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    A private interment will be held.


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Debbie Lloyd

Posted at 06:11pm
Val and Heather, My hope for you is that you find signs in everyday life that remind you of your mom. I hope these memories bring you joy. Sending strength to help you through your sorrow. Sending my love and virtual hug. Your cousin, Debbie

Donna Gear

Posted at 09:32pm
So very sorry to hear of Laura's passing. I remember your family living up the street of us on St. Patrick St....I got to know Laura again thru the Legion. We often talked about families and how proud she was of her girls and her grandkids. My thoughts & prayers are with you all..

Cathy Bruder

Posted at 04:29pm
Heather and Valerie....I was so sorry to hear of Laura's passing....I remember you all when you lived on St Patrick St and I met up with your mom again when I got involved with the Legion Ladies' Auxiliary...your mom always greeted me with her smile and contagious laughter...I always enjoyed catching up with her as she proudly informed me of how her family was doing....I hope that good memories will help you all through this difficult thoughts and prayers go out to you all....
Cathy Watson Bruder

Liz King

Posted at 02:28pm
I always enjoyed seeing Laura (I know her better as Heather's Mom) around Fergus. Always a very friendly, smiling, lovely lady. She will be missed and I send my condolences to all of Laura's family. Thinking of you all at this challenging time.
Liz King

Brenda Disher

Posted at 01:43pm
I fondly remember my years working with Laura at Moores. She was always cheerful even when we met each other at the cancer centre last fall. My sincere condolences to the family.
Brenda Disher

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