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Scott Ray

August 25, 1943 — March 19, 2024


Scott Ray

Scott Ray, of Coolidge, passed away on March 19, 2024, at the age of 80 in Groesbeck, Texas.  He was born in Waco, Texas on August 25, 1943, son of Eugene H. (Boots) and Ima Mae (Jackson) Ray. He attended Waco High School, Baylor University and Durham Business School. He worked for Ward, Inc. for many years. After moving to Coolidge, Texas, he began working at Coolidge ISD as a Crossing Guard and eventually retired from the school district. While in Coolidge, he was a member of First Baptist Church where he sang in the Choir and rendered solos.

He served on the board of trustees and was a former President for the Coolidge Cemetery Association. He also served on the Limestone County Historical Commission, Mesquite Tree Festival Committee and Waco High School Alumni Association.

Mr. Ray enjoyed participating in his community as he would announce for home football games, as well as attend the Coolidge Senior Center and Early Bird Bible Study.  His favorite bible verses were Psalm 91:1-6, Psalm 121, Isaiah 40:31, John 11:25 and John 12:24.

He enjoyed gospel and country western music and dancing, classic movies, old westerns and reading. He loved his country, Texas, and had a special love for Coolidge.

He is preceded in death by his parents, brothers John Earl Ray and Elisha Eugene Ray and one sister Sallie Elizabeth Ray.

Funeral services will be 2:00 p.m., Friday, March 22, 2024 at Blair-Stubbs Funeral Home with Chaplain Larry Holden officiating.  Interment will follow in the Armour Cemetery in Coolidge, Texas. 
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