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Daniel A. Wray
June 24, 1948 ~ November 7, 2023 (age 75) 75 Years Old
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Daniel A. Wray, 75 of Greensboro, passed away November 7, 2023. The family will receive friends on Monday, November 13 from Noon until 1 PM at A.E. Carter Funeral Home in Madison. A celebration of his life will be held in the chapel at 1 PM. Jon Herrington will officiate. Interment will follow at Macedonia Baptist Church Cemetery in Union Point with military honors provided by the United States Marine Corps.
In lieu of flowers, the family asks that donations be made to Macedonia Baptist Church.
Danny was born in Washington, GA to the late Helen W. Clark. He was raised by his grandparents, Whitfield and Eula Crane Wray. His lifetime career was welding in the state of Georgia.
Danny attended school at Oglethorpe County High School in Lexington. He joined the Marine Corps at age 17 and served in Vietnam. Danny was a Purple Heart recipient.
Danny Wray loved dancing on weekends at the VFW with all of his friends. He loved his animals, his dogs Buster, Roxy and Sugar and his cats, Betty (favorite) and Tom.
Danny is survived by his daughters Dana Wray Miller (Tim), Sharon Thackston and Melissia Rusk. His sons are Neal Wray (Selyn) and Tyree Wray. His grandchildren are Ashlyn Miller, Alexis Wray, Bailey Wray and Bryce Franklin. He also leaves a sister, Cindy Clark. Danny also leaves two special aunts, Betty Adkins-Glover and Patricia Roberson (Mercer) as well as numerous cousins. Also surviving is Danny’s special friend and caregiver, Sandra Jackson who took great care of him.
“We all loved Danny Wray and will miss him so much. He was such a giving person who always gave to others. He was the world’s best Daddy.”