Agnes Victoria Bray

agnes bray

Agnes is survived by two children; a son Robert and daughter Judith.
She is also survived by 10 grandchildren, 29 great grandchildren and 9 great great grandchildren.

Agnes had one brother (Elmer Wilson) and a half-sister (Martha Bowen) and a half-brother (Teller Wilson).

Agnes mother, Elma E Falk of Sweden and father, Gustaf Wilson of Sweden.

Agnes was born in Tonopah, Nevada in August of 1922. She attended West High School in Denver until 1940

She traveled with her husband Walter Gerald Bray near the beginning of WWII and returned to Denver during Walter's absence overseas.

Agnes attended Emily Griffith School of Nursing and worked as a nurse for a number of years before starting a career as a Recreational Therapist in various nursing facilities in the Denver and Morrison areas. Agnes was one of the first Certified Recreational Therapists in the State of Colorado.

She has lived in the Denver area most all her life the last 30+ years at 3535 S. Holly St, Denver

Agnes's father came to Denver in the 1800's and her mother in the early 1900's.

Agnes together attended West High school with Walter who precedes her in death (1988)

Agnes was a person full of spice in her life wanting her whole life to be of service to others and in particular the elderly. She is preceded in death by most of her friends and loved ones and she in later years was eager to "catch the train".

Graveside services will take place at Fort Logan National Cemetery on June 16, 2006 at 12:00 Noon (Staging Area "A").
A time of remembrance & sharing will follow at 1:30 p.m. at the Salvation Army New Heights Church (3900 E. Arapahoe Road, Centennial, Colorado 80122).

Friends who wish may make memorial contributions in Agnes' name to the Salvation Army New Heights Church.

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