UTICA — Johnathan Glen Gray, 24, of Utica died Sunday, July 19, 2015, in Webster County from injuries suffered in a motorcycle accident.  Johnathan Glen Gray was born Oct. 2, 1990, in Henderson to Glen Edward and Johnna Michelle Vincent Gray.  Johnathan was a 2009 graduate of Apollo High School, was employed by Advanced Feed Systems in Livermore, and a member of Buck Creek Baptist Church, where he rode with the Faith Riders.  Johnathan was a mechanic and welder and enjoyed rat rods, race cars and motorcycles.   Survivors include a son, Paxton Ford Gray; his parents, Glen and Johnna Gray of Utica; his grandparents, Samuel Glen and Shirley Gray of Belton, Nola June Adams Gray of Sturgis, and John D. and Virginia Vincent of Greenville; a sister, Molly S. Gray of Utica; several aunts, uncles and cousins.          

Graveside services were held at the Buck Creek Baptist Cemetery in McLean County with the Rev. Tommy Webb officiating.   Muster Funeral Homes handled the arrangements for Johnathan's family. The Johnathan Glen Gray family requests that expressions of sympathy take the form of donations to the Paxton Ford Gray, Scholarship Fund; C/O Glen E. Gray; 1011 Kentucky 140 East; Utica, Kentucky  42376.  Memorial contribution envelopes are available at Musters in Calhoun. Share your memories and photos of Johnathan at musterfuneralhomes.com.

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