Gray Bishop Obituary, Death- My adored and much-loved father was snatched from me in a manner that was both unexpected and gruesome early on the first day of the year 2023. This took place in the early morning hours.
The anguish that I’ve been going through and the void that it’s caused in my heart have been agonizing; I’ve never before been in such a state of hopelessness in my life. My dad is the one who taught me how to fish, ride a bike, play cribbage, and, most importantly, how to take life less seriously so that I may enjoy it more.
He also taught me how to ride a horse. Because of his outgoing nature and his willingness to help others, every space he entered was immediately transformed into a warm and welcoming one. He enjoyed traveling by both the air and the rails, and he took great pleasure in relaying his experiences of both modes of transportation to anyone who would take the time to listen to him.
Because of the tremendous affection he had for other people and the kind nature he possessed, he would offer aid to anyone and everyone in any way that he could. He did this because he believed that helping others was the right thing to do.
This was simply the way that his brain worked. I am certain that he loved me more than anything else in the world, and I am also certain that I will continue to miss him for the rest of my life despite the fact that I am certain he loved me more than anything else in the world. There is no doubt about either of these two things.
Because the Lord is a gracious God, I have faith that He will bring both my family and I through this difficult time safely. I pray that you will have the same faith that I do. The anguish is tremendous, to the point where it may perhaps be incalculable; but, my God is greater.
Gar-bear, bear, I will see you at the next time we get together.