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Memorial

Graham Nash ’29

Published in July 8, 1998, issue

Gray died Mar. 10, 1998, in Santa Barbara.

He prepared for college at Lake Forest Academy. At Princeton he was on the pistol team and in the University Orchestra, and belonged to Arbor Inn. Gray began as a banker, later a v.p., of Bloomfield Savings Institution and Coast Federal Savings. He had a Rutgers banking degree and taught a course there. His major interest for many years was in ranching, and he raised Brahma cattle near San Marcos, Calif., moving to Santa Barbara in 1953. He belonged to the First Congregational Church of Santa Barbara and was also active in the Santa Barbara Symphony, American Field Service, La Mirada Home for Girls, Cachumba Church Camp, Wings of Love, Habitat for Humanity, and Senior Citizen Housing.

Gray was an enthusiastic world traveler, especially in Africa, where he made his last trip with his daughters at the age of 92. In 1932 Gray married Dorothy Eggleston, who is deceased. He is survived by their children, Ron, Carolyn Lanza, and Ginger Williamson. The class extends sincere sympathy to Gray's family.

The Class of 1929

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