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Rev. Roger Gray H.

Master Sergeant (Ret)

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

HQ Phone: (978) 318-8238

U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

696 Virginia Road

Concord, Massachusetts 01742

United States

Company Description

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers owns and operates Lock and Dams No. 1, No. 2 and No. 3 on the Cape Fear River, and these structures are no longer used for navigation, which was their intended purpose. The Corps is interested in "decommissioning" the dams... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Marine Engineer
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers

Affiliations

Entertainment and Pastor
ALJC World

Member, Board of Governors
Apostolic Initiative

Education



United Electronics Institute

degree
Electronic Technology
United Electronics Institute

Web References (32 Total References)


Executive Board | ALJC

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Rev. Roger Gray

General Secretary/Treasurer
Roger H. Gray received his calling into the ministry in 1975. In 1981, Pastor Gray founded and served First Apostolic Church of Brookville, Ohio as pastor for 10 years. He went on to minister as a full-time evangelist, travelling around the country with his wife Teresa and their two daughters, Rachel and Lauren. He also served as pastor of First Apostolic Church in Mansfield, Ohio and Soul's Life Center in Elizabethton, Tennessee. He became Pastor of Crossroads Apostolic Church in Halls Crossroads, Tennessee in January of 2009.
Pastor Gray helped establish the ALJC Evangelist Department in 1984, serving as Secretary/Treasurer for 11 years before serving a term as the Evangelist Department Director. Pastor Gray established and created the organization's website in 1996 and served as Web Master until 2007. He served as General Conference Coordinator for several years and has served as General Secretary/Treasurer since first being elected in 1999.
Pastor Gray and the love of his life, Teresa (Sellers) were united in marriage in 1971 in Dayton, Ohio. Their daughter Rachel and son-in-law Reverend Anthony (Andy) Hosack, assist Pastor Gray in the church.
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Pastor Gray graduated from United Electronics Institute in 1972. His engineering and management credentials include over 30 years experience in the Electronics and Quality Assurance fields working for major aerospace, educational and industrial software, and international engineering and research companies. Pastor Gray is also a veteran of the U. S. Army where he served as a certified marine engineer. He counts it a great privilege now to work in a full-time capacity as the ALJC General Secretary/Treasurer.


2001 Free Will Baptist Email List

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Roger Gray explains the ...

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Roger Gray explains the different parts of a tow truck used for towing large trucks and how each works. Gray has been operating Gray's Garage since 1963.

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Roger and Betty Gray opened Gray's Garage March 22, 1963.
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"Dr. Ward said, 'Roger, why don't you go into the garage business?'" Roger Gray said.
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Gray had experience in the field of heavy machinery, working on airplanes in the Air Force, working on machines as a foreman at the Brockton Heel Factory and running a fix-it shop from his home in Pontiac. He made service calls on things from washers and dryers to refrigerators and other appliances. He said that after testing for numerous jobs in Michigan and Wisconsin after leaving the Air Force and the heel factory, and having little success because he'd never been a Union worker, Ward made him the deal to hopefully keep him local. Gray and his wife, Betty, worked hard over the years to build the business.
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The garage is known for its tow trucks, with Roger Gray building some of the first ones the business used. He said that he used regular tow trucks and fitted them to handle large trucks. He said that their tow trucks are used a lot locally after accidents, breakdowns or after trucks get stuck in mud or snow. Gray pointed out that the garage has become more "green" over the years. "Our heater runs on used oil. Transmission oil, rear end oil, and gear oil - all the different oil you can use on vehicles can be recycled in our heater," he said.
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Roger and Betty Gray opened Gray's Garage March 22, 1963.
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"Dr. Ward said, 'Roger, why don't you go into the garage business?'" Roger Gray said.
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Gray had experience in the field of heavy machinery, working on airplanes in the Air Force, working on machines as a foreman at the Brockton Heel Factory and running a fix-it shop from his home in Pontiac. He made service calls on things from washers and dryers to refrigerators and other appliances. He said that after testing for numerous jobs in Michigan and Wisconsin after leaving the Air Force and the heel factory, and having little success because he'd never been a Union worker, Ward made him the deal to hopefully keep him local. Gray and his wife, Betty, worked hard over the years to build the business.
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The garage is known for its tow trucks, with Roger Gray building some of the first ones the business used. He said that he used regular tow trucks and fitted them to handle large trucks. He said that their tow trucks are used a lot locally after accidents, breakdowns or after trucks get stuck in mud or snow. Gray pointed out that the garage has become more "green" over the years. "Our heater runs on used oil. Transmission oil, rear end oil, and gear oil - all the different oil you can use on vehicles can be recycled in our heater," he said.


Roger Gray explains the ...

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Roger Gray explains the different parts of a tow truck used for towing large trucks and how each works. Gray has been operating Gray's Garage since 1963.

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Roger and Betty Gray opened Gray's Garage March 22, 1963.
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"Dr. Ward said, 'Roger, why don't you go into the garage business?'" Roger Gray said.
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Gray had experience in the field of heavy machinery, working on airplanes in the Air Force, working on machines as a foreman at the Brockton Heel Factory and running a fix-it shop from his home in Pontiac. He made service calls on things from washers and dryers to refrigerators and other appliances. He said that after testing for numerous jobs in Michigan and Wisconsin after leaving the Air Force and the heel factory, and having little success because he'd never been a Union worker, Ward made him the deal to hopefully keep him local. Gray and his wife, Betty, worked hard over the years to build the business.
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The garage is known for its tow trucks, with Roger Gray building some of the first ones the business used. He said that he used regular tow trucks and fitted them to handle large trucks. He said that their tow trucks are used a lot locally after accidents, breakdowns or after trucks get stuck in mud or snow. Gray pointed out that the garage has become more "green" over the years. "Our heater runs on used oil. Transmission oil, rear end oil, and gear oil - all the different oil you can use on vehicles can be recycled in our heater," he said.
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Roger and Betty Gray opened Gray's Garage March 22, 1963.
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"Dr. Ward said, 'Roger, why don't you go into the garage business?'" Roger Gray said.
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Gray had experience in the field of heavy machinery, working on airplanes in the Air Force, working on machines as a foreman at the Brockton Heel Factory and running a fix-it shop from his home in Pontiac. He made service calls on things from washers and dryers to refrigerators and other appliances. He said that after testing for numerous jobs in Michigan and Wisconsin after leaving the Air Force and the heel factory, and having little success because he'd never been a Union worker, Ward made him the deal to hopefully keep him local. Gray and his wife, Betty, worked hard over the years to build the business.
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The garage is known for its tow trucks, with Roger Gray building some of the first ones the business used. He said that he used regular tow trucks and fitted them to handle large trucks. He said that their tow trucks are used a lot locally after accidents, breakdowns or after trucks get stuck in mud or snow. Gray pointed out that the garage has become more "green" over the years. "Our heater runs on used oil. Transmission oil, rear end oil, and gear oil - all the different oil you can use on vehicles can be recycled in our heater," he said.


Roger Gray explains the ...

www.pontiacdailyleader.com [cached]

Roger Gray explains the different parts of a tow truck used for towing large trucks and how each works. Gray has been operating Gray's Garage since 1963.

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Roger and Betty Gray opened Gray's Garage March 22, 1963.
...
"Dr. Ward said, 'Roger, why don't you go into the garage business?'" Roger Gray said.
...
Gray had experience in the field of heavy machinery, working on airplanes in the Air Force, working on machines as a foreman at the Brockton Heel Factory and running a fix-it shop from his home in Pontiac. He made service calls on things from washers and dryers to refrigerators and other appliances. He said that after testing for numerous jobs in Michigan and Wisconsin after leaving the Air Force and the heel factory, and having little success because he'd never been a Union worker, Ward made him the deal to hopefully keep him local. Gray and his wife, Betty, worked hard over the years to build the business.
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The garage is known for its tow trucks, with Roger Gray building some of the first ones the business used. He said that he used regular tow trucks and fitted them to handle large trucks. He said that their tow trucks are used a lot locally after accidents, breakdowns or after trucks get stuck in mud or snow. Gray pointed out that the garage has become more "green" over the years. "Our heater runs on used oil. Transmission oil, rear end oil, and gear oil - all the different oil you can use on vehicles can be recycled in our heater," he said.
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Roger and Betty Gray opened Gray's Garage March 22, 1963.
...
"Dr. Ward said, 'Roger, why don't you go into the garage business?'" Roger Gray said.
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Gray had experience in the field of heavy machinery, working on airplanes in the Air Force, working on machines as a foreman at the Brockton Heel Factory and running a fix-it shop from his home in Pontiac. He made service calls on things from washers and dryers to refrigerators and other appliances. He said that after testing for numerous jobs in Michigan and Wisconsin after leaving the Air Force and the heel factory, and having little success because he'd never been a Union worker, Ward made him the deal to hopefully keep him local. Gray and his wife, Betty, worked hard over the years to build the business.
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The garage is known for its tow trucks, with Roger Gray building some of the first ones the business used. He said that he used regular tow trucks and fitted them to handle large trucks. He said that their tow trucks are used a lot locally after accidents, breakdowns or after trucks get stuck in mud or snow. Gray pointed out that the garage has become more "green" over the years. "Our heater runs on used oil. Transmission oil, rear end oil, and gear oil - all the different oil you can use on vehicles can be recycled in our heater," he said.

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