PA State Trooper Bryan Gray, 36, Passes Away: Remembered As A Resolute And Composed Leader

Aiexpress – Bryan Gray, a 36-year-old Pennsylvania State Police trooper, husband, and father, passed away on Thursday, January 18, as mentioned in his obituary.

Gray, a native of Philadelphia, resided in Morrisville with his wife and daughter, according to his loved ones. He dedicated five years of his life as a state trooper, serving at the Troop K barracks in Philadelphia, as shared by a family member on GoFundMe.

FOP State Lodge #37 praised Gray for his leadership on his midnight squad, highlighting his ability to approach any situation with calmness and level-headedness.

Gray, a former Green Beret, served in the US Army Special Forces until 2015. During his time in the military, he completed tours in Iraq and the Philippines, according to a colleague on the crowdfunding platform FundTheFirst.com.

Organizers have reported that the crowdfunding efforts have generated more than $100,000 in total, which will be used to support Grays’ wife and daughter.

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In his obituary, it was mentioned that he had obtained a criminal justice degree from Pennsylvania State University. Loved ones described him as someone who enjoyed activities like golfing, basketball, working out, and spending quality time with his family.

Gray is survived by his wife Emily Chau and their daughter Charlotte. He is also survived by his father Frank Gray, Lauren McRae (Chris), and his nieces and nephews Brynn, Brooke, Colin, and Caden, as stated in his obituary.

Calling hours for David Smith will take place on Friday, January 26 from 10 a.m. to noon at Our Lady of Grace Church, located at 225 Bellevue Avenue in Penndel. Following the calling hours, a memorial service will be held. David will be laid to rest at Washington Crossing National Cemetery in Newtown.

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