Thomas Gray of Haverhill, MA

1959 -



Wednesday July 3, 2024

10:00 am


122 Princeton Boulevard, Lowell MA 01851


Funeral Details


Thomas George Gray, age 65, of Haverhill, MA, passed away unexpectedly on June 15, 2024. Born in Lowell on February 16, 1959, he was the son of the late Robin and Mary (Ward) Gray and stepson of the late Lewis Malonson.

Tom attended the Lowell Public School systems and immediately enlisted in the United States Coast Guard following his schooling. He proudly served during the Vietnam War Era. After his service, Tom became a lifelong painter, demonstrating exceptional talent and dedication to his craft. He was known for his strong work ethic, continuing his work with passion up until his passing.

Outside of work, Tom found joy in camping and visiting the beach. A lover of music, he especially enjoyed the Rolling Stones and The Who. Tom was known for his great sense of humor, always bringing laughter to his friends and family. His generosity and kind heart left a lasting impact on everyone he met.

Tom is survived by his son, Shaun Gray, and his wife, Joanna; his daughter, Erin Tuleja, and her husband, Eric; his five sisters, Robin Gavin and her husband Dennis, Rosemary Albert, Kelly Gray, Sandra Gray and her partner John McCoy, and Courtney Gray; his brother Matthew Gray and his partner Christine Elliott; his five grandchildren; and many nieces & nephews. He was also predeceased by many aunts and uncles on both sides of his family

Funeral Notice

Funeral services will be held at Morse-Bayliss Funeral Home, 122 Princeton Blvd., Lowell, MA 01851 on Wednesday, July 3, 2024 at 10 a.m.

6 responses to “Thomas Gray of Haverhill, MA”

  1. Sheila Gavin says:

    RIp πŸ™ Tommy you will be missed by all who knew you .you had a great sense of humor & Kindness
    Until we meet again my Friend πŸ™β€οΈπŸ₯°πŸ™

  2. Ed Dufresne says:

    More like an older brother than just a friend. We lost one of the best. So sorry to all of you. God Bless RIP Tommy.

  3. Kelly Gray says:

    I love you you’ll always be forever in my heart. RIP big brother. Love your baby sister.

  4. James Dauteuil says:

    A great man. Always there to lend a hand even though it was “the worst job ever!” You will be greatly missed. Tammy and I loved you dearly. Rest in peace Tommy my good friend.

  5. Jim & Irene Coates says:

    Joanna, Rosemary, Robin & Tommy’s Entire Family,

    It is with sadness that we send our condolences to you all. Tommy was a
    very considerate person, who could start up a conversation easily, while listening closely and showing interest in what others had to say. And in this time of social media, emails and texting,that is a very special trait that not all of us have.

    Having all grown up in Lowell’s Belvidere section, we frequently spent time together, where Tommy was a very good friend of my brothers, which fortunately, gave us many opportunities to hang out with him and talk about whatever was on our minds at the time. He will be missed by all who knew and loved him.

    Sorry for your loss,
    The Coates Family

  6. Sonya Dauteuil says:

    Tommy was one of the best, a stand up man who did the right thing even if it wasn’t the easy thing. Always a kind soul he always showed compation and consideration for others in his life. He will be missed dearly by the his many friends and family members. Rest in peace Tommy

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