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Hilda Gray - Arrangements And Obituary



Mrs. Hilda Anne Gray, age 77, of Shelbyville, passed away Monday, June 30, 2014, at her home after an extended illness.

Brother Jimmy Tedder will officiate, with burial to follow in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens.

She was born March 20, 1937, in Carthage, Tennessee, to the late Clarence and Mamie Delhay Boze.
Along with her husband, Billy, she was engaged in the training of Tennessee Walking Horses at Sand Creek Farms and Southern Comfort Training Facility in Shelbyville, Tenn. Together this family has been responsible for countless World Champions and World Grand Champions. Hilda also held membership in Victory Baptist Church.

Survivors include her husband of 56 years, Billy Gray, of Shelbyville; a son, Tim Gray, and his wife Patty, of Shelbyville; a daughter, Kathryn Anne Gray Cook, and her husband Kenneth, of Lewisburg; a brother, Joe Boze, and a sister, Robbie Boze Oldham, both of Carthage; two grandchildren, Chelsea Leigh Cook and Baylee Ann Cook; two great grandchildren, Noah Lambert and Isaiah Gray Lambert.

The arrangements are being handled by Feldhaus Funeral Home in Shelbyville. Visitation will be Wednesday, July 2 from 4:00 - 8:00 pm. The funeral will be Thursday at 11:00 am.


Memorials may be made to Victory Baptist Academy, 2000 N. Main Street, Shelbyville, TN 37160.


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