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Stan Gray, 76, (cq), sits left under a blanket, wearing glasses, as the body of his father is put into place by casket bearers, all grandsons of the deceased. Harold Holton Gray, (cq), 105, was laid to rest today in the Brush Memorial Cemetery next to his already departed wife Doris adjacent to a headstone he designed and after a memorial service locally at the United Methodist Church which he helped build forty years ago, Wednesday, February 15, 2006, Brush, Colo. He was carried and guided to his final rest by 8 Casket Bearers, all of whom were grandsons and also who were responsible for the same task with Doris some years ago. **(information according to Stan Gray, 970-542-3552)** ***Harold and Stan Gray, 76, (cq) are father and son and were the subjects of an extensive profile showing how life with a retired son returning home to make a better end of life for his father can make a huge difference. We entered his life at age 103 and his extended existence, in his own home, was credited to the effort made by Stan. Harold turned 105 January 30, 2006 honored with a celebration at his church including his innaugural ride on the newly completed elevator. (STEVEN R. NICKERSON/ PHOTOGRAPHER/ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS)**Harold Holton Gray, Stan Gray Cynthia Gray Carrie Gray**

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