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Dr. Wray Stone Passed away peacefully at Grand River Hospital on Tuesday, September 15, 2015 in his 83rd year. Loving husband of Millie (2006) for 53 years, and dear father to Laird and Diane. Proud grandfather of Brock and Sarah-Ashley (Otoniel). Survived by sisters Annie (Eric), Irene (Glen), brothers Arthur (Joyce), and Robert (Beatrice), and sisters in law Janet, and Peggy. Wray is predeceased by his parents Frank and Ethel May Stone, as well as siblings Frank (1988) and his wife Myrtle (2012), Gerald (2010) and his wife Ruth (2001), Archie (2006), and Tom (2001). He will be sadly missed by many other relatives and friends.

Wray was known for..

Loving husband of Millie (2006) for 53 years, and dear father to Laird and Diane.
Proud grandfather of Brock and Sarah-Ashley (Otoniel).

Survived by sisters Annie (Eric), Irene (Glen), brothers Arthur (Joyce), and Robert (Beatrice), and sisters in law Janet, and Peggy.

Wray is predeceased by his parents Frank and Ethel May Stone, as well as siblings Frank (1988) and his wife Myrtle (2012), Gerald (2010) and his wife Ruth (2001), Archie (2006), and Tom (2001).

He will be sadly missed by many other relatives and friends.

Wray was known for driving the milk truck in Simcoe, ON and later as the owner of Wray Stone TV in Simcoe for 25 years.

Wray and Millie came to Kitchener in 1984 and founded Kitchener Baptist Church. At the same time, he worked as a painter in Kitchener for many years and worked until just a few days before his passing.

Donations in memory of Wray may be made to Kitchener Baptist Church Memorial Building Fund.