Paige Gray Obituary, Death – Paige M. (Musser) Gray, 48, of Centre Hall, Pennsylvania, passed away on Tuesday, January 17, 2023, after a valiant battle against cancer. She passed away with her devoted family by her side. She was the daughter of Bryant M. Musser of Centre Hall and the late JoAnn B. (Sparks) Musser. She was born on April 26, 1974, in State College. Her father is now deceased. On December 15, 2008, she wed her best friend, Sean E. Gray, who is still living at the house. The wedding took place in New Cumberland.
Paige received her high school diploma from Penns Valley in the year 1992. The Central Penn Business School awarded her an associate’s degree upon completion of her studies there. She became a nail technician and stumbled upon her true calling after coming to the conclusion that a career in business was not the right path for her. Before moving back to this region, she was employed at a number of stores in the Harrisburg area. After that, she pursued her professional interests at the Designers Den in State College until her health stopped her from being able to continue working there. Her customers were very important to her, and she treasured each and every one of them.
Paige was an attractive woman with a strong will who cherished her time spent at the beach. Because her family was the most important thing in her life, she took great pride in being known as the “soccer mom.” She found that taking on the role of head of the household suited her personality well. She treasured the time she got to spend with her family, whether they were engaged in an activity together or just hanging out at home. She was a warm and loving person, and the fact that she smiled a lot and enjoyed having fun was evidence of that.
Paige leaves behind two precious children who were the apples of her eyes, Kendall M. Gray and Phinnean T. “Phinn” Gray; her sister, Jennifer L. Stoner and her husband, Toby, of Spring Mills; her sister-in-law, Dana Rine and her husband, Larry, of Annville; her nephew, CullenVanada; nieces Rowley Vanada, Amamda Rine, Dana Gray, and Merissa Fish; and numerous friends who will miss her dear On the Saturday, January 28, 2023, the Daughenbaugh Funeral Home, Inc. in Centre Hall will be hosting a gathering for Paige’s family and friends from one to three o’clock in the afternoon.