GRAY, Alan Albert – Age 87 of Sarnia formally of Courtright, peacefully passed away at his home after a short battle with cancer on Saturday April 04, 2020. Beloved husband of Margaret (Bennett) (nee Trigger) Gray. In his words he inherited two stepsons George Bennett of Sarnia and John Bennett (Anna) of Belleville, plus three loving grandchildren Jackson, Maya and Wyatt. Survived by sister-In-Laws Brenda (Diane) Trigger and Carol (George) Findlay. Fondly remembered as “The Old Peep” by Marcy Vye. He will always be remembered for his love of the casinos, his pipe and his teasing sense of humor.
Alan requested there be no services or visitations. Cremation has taken place.
Sympathy may be expressed through donations to Salvation Army or The Inn of The Good Shepherd.
My sincere regrets to the Gray family on Alans passing. My time at Mooretown was a wonderful introduction to a great gentlemen and mentor!
Jeff & Mary Ellen Angers
Red Deer Alberta
I had the honour of being part of the NOVA Mooretown family with Al and he always made me smile whenever I saw him. I am so truly sorry for your loss. Rest In Peace Al
Marg, I am so sorry for your loss. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers in this very sad time.
Margaret my condolences go out to you and your family ;it’s been a longtime since i since I last seen you ; take care
I had the opportunity to work with Allan at Nova Moore Site and I found him to be a professional at his work and a true gentleman with a friendly spirit.
I wish to offer my condolences to his family and may he rest in peace.
To Marg and family: Sorry for your loss. Al enjoyed going to the casinos, May he Rest In Peace.
Fondly remembered as part of our Nova Moore family. Our sincere condolences to all of Al’s loved ones.
Marg, so sorry to .hear.
My sympathies to you Marg and the family. It is a difficult time for a death but he got what he wanted. Thinking of you. Stay well! Barb
Marg, so sorry to hear about Al’s passing. We will always remember Al at the gate at Nova, Mooretown, doing his job with a smile, good wishes and his ever-present pipe. A good man.
Margaret, I am so sorry to hear of Al’s passing. I am not sure if you remember me, but I used to wait on you & Al at the Corunna Restaurant from 92-95. I always worked with Paul & Catina.
I ran into you both many times over the years. I used to live on Templeton in Courtright. My prayers are with you and your families.
My deepest condolences to Alan’s family. I enjoyed helping Alan through the Lambton Senior’s program and had worked at Nova when Alan served as a security guard.
Marg so sorry for your loss. Thinkinking of you in theses sad times.Condolences to you and your family.
Jeanne and John Pretty