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Janie Gray Obit

Many will remember Janie Gray who was for several years an executive at the Liberty Vindicator and Baytown Sun newspapers who was also very active in the Dayton community. Janie Gray passed away Saturday at the age of 61 following a brief, yet courageous battle with cancer. She died \last Saturday surrounded by loved ones while in the hospital in Webster, Born in Memphis, TN, Janie was editor of the school’s yearbook, her senior year, and that sparked her interest in publishing. Janie soon began a long and respected newspaper career that spanned nearly four decades. She began working full-time at The Baytown Sun in the classified department at age 18. She also worked at The Houston Chronicle; The Paris Tx News, The Fort Payne Times in Alabama; The Angleton Times, The Liberty Vindicator, and The Progress of Anahuac. Most of these publications were advancement moves within the same company. Many know her as a shining example of working your way up from the ground floor to the top by doing a good job and loving what you do. Janie Gray became Publisher of The Baytown Sun in 2010 until her retirement in March 2018. She also attended Lee College and Southwest Texas State University. Janie was a super community volunteer, with long-time memberships in the Rotary Clubs of Baytown, Dayton, Liberty, Paris Texas, Ft. Payne, and Angleton. She was recognized as a Paul Harris Fellow, a high Rotary honor for service. She was a long tome board member if the Baytown Chamber of Commerce and served as President of the West Chambers County Chamber. She was a board member of United Way of the Greater Baytown Area & Chambers County. In addition, she was a Bay Area Heritage Society board member and a long-time member of the Baytown Lions Club. Janie also volunteered on the organizational committee for the Dayton Ole Tyme Days and was a volunteer for the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo.  A member of St. Joseph the Worker Catholic Church in Dayton, TX, and was active in that church.  In the 1990’s  Janie was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma and she endured countless rounds of chemotherapy and radiation and won that battle. Janie returned to the Dayton area in 1995 to be closer to family and to help care for her parents.  Living in Dayton and becoming involved on The Dayton Ole Tyme Days was special to Janie because that is where she met and later married her husband Bill Grey who was also active in Dayton Ole Tyme days Festival. . Janie’s great treasure was her daughter, Laura. Surviving Janie is her husband, “Bill” Gray of Dayton, and her daughter, Laura Suzanne Halter of Crosby and Step-Daughter Jennifer Richardson of Liberty.  Visitation for Janie Gray will be from 5:00 – 8:00 PM this Friday, January 10th. Celebration of Life services will be at 11:00 AM on Saturday, January 11th. Both the visitation and Service will be at Pace Stancil Funeral Home, in Dayton.  In lieu of traditional remembrances donations can be made in Janie’s name: to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, .



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