Tammy Marie Gray, entered into rest on Dec. 20, 2015, and awoke in heaven on Dec. 21, 2015. Tammy suffered from a massive heart attack in her sleep.
Tammy’s parents were missionaries in the Cochello Valley where they ran a mission for the homeless. Growing up in the mission field, it was a natural action for Tammy to help out in our church, First Assembly of God Church in Fairfield, California. Tammy worked in the office, taught Sunday school class, and was a missionete leader. She brought fun and excitement to the girls group as they studied the Bible. Tammy was so talented, she did a beautiful job painting the animated characters on the Sunday school classroom walls.
Tammy was also a state licensed manicurist at Sheer Attitude in Dixon, California, and a Wilton cake instructor at Michael’s in Vacaville, California.
She is survived by her loving husband and high school sweetheart, Michael Scott Gray, class of 1981 Armijo High, USMC; sons, Michael Hollis and Matthew Scott Gray; mother, Linda; father, Claude Moore; brother, Joseph; sister, Betty.
Tammy’s grandparents Carl and Ellen Schultz, who proceeded Tammy to heaven, were both were missionaries in Cameroon, Africa, providing medical support and the loving word of God.
A few words to you Tammy. You had been a nurturing mother to our sons and the love of my life. You truly put your family first. I love you and miss you, you sweet lady. Until I catch up with you someday in heaven, you will always be the love of my life. May you rest in peace.
Tammy’s memorial celebration of life journey will be held at 1 p.m. on Jan. 16, 2016, at First Assembly of God, 2207 Union Ave., Fairfield, California. The Rev. Dr. Eric Laura will be officiating.
If you wish to make a donation on behalf of Tammy, please do so according to your choice of charity. Tammy would be very pleased with your kindness.You can find the complete original obituary on this website.