He is survived by his beloved wife, Angie; his parents, Johnny and Barbara Gray of Paris, Tenn.; siblings Joelle Storr of Florida, Jonathan Gray of Florida and Michael Gray of Paris, Tenn.; his Uncle Samual and Aunt Gail of Paris, Tenn.; his nephew Mekhi, his niece Monique, other nieces and nephews; parents-in-law Bill and Dianna Ross of Rockville, Ind.; his sister-in-law, Kelli Ross of Arlington, Va.; his brother-in-law, John Ross of Portland, Ore.; his grandmother-in-law, Rachel Ross of Greensburg, Ind.; and many, many friends.
A memorial service will be held at Fellowship Bible Church located at 1210 Franklin Road, Brentwood, Tenn. Friday, Aug. 2 at 2 p.m.
A private service for family will be held Sunday in Azalia, Ind.
A service will also be held Saturday, Aug. 10 at 2 p.m. at Hollywood Presbyterian Church in Hollywood, Calif. There will be a service in Paris, Tenn. at a later date. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Hathaway-Myers Chapel where online condolences may be made to the family at www.hathaway-myers.com.
In lieu of flowers, Angie has requested that donations be made to a foundation she is setting up to support independent artists. Both she and Will knew intimately the daily struggle of being an independent maker of things, whether paying rent or buying a new microphone. So, to honor Will’s memory and his and Angie’s unceasing commitment to good work—even when the only resources they had to work with were the people who loved them—send checks to the foundation made payable to Mindfree Entertainment at 10153 Riverside Drive #519, Toluca Lake, CA 91602. Include “foundation” on the memo line. You can also give at http://GoTeamGray.com/gifts. When you press the Donate button, simply leave a note indicating what the funds are for.
Continued donations to Will and Angie to cover outstanding medical bills, funeral costs, and cost-of-living can be made through the #GoTeamGray Gift page (http://goteamgray.com/gifts/).