Michael L. Bray

Date of Death: August 25, 2010
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DAYTON ? Michael L. “Nackel” Bray, 60, of Baytown, Texas, formerly of Dayton, died at 6:50 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 25, 2010, at Methodist Hospital in Houston, Texas. He was born May 2, 1950, in Lafayette, and was the son of Betty Casad Bray (husband: Stanley Leroy Bray) of Baytown, Texas, and the late Robert M.Continue Reading

Anjee Weisbecker left a message on August 31, 2010:
Knackel was like an uncle to me. According to my parents, when I was a baby he was the only other person I would let hold me despite his long beard and somewhat rough appearance. I guess I must have had the intuition babies and children tend to have. I knew even then what a good-hearted, kind soul he truly was. My mother also told me he used to hold me upside down over our huge aquarium when I was just a baby and I would laugh away while the Oscars jumped at me thinking I was something edible. My mom would protest and Knackel would tell her I liked it, which was evident by my giggles. These are memories that have been shared with me.
The ones I can remember myself are of seeing Knackel on my 16th birthday and him insisting on giving me money so I could get myself something nice. More recently, he gave me a key-chain he&d made and I still have it & think of him whenever I see it. He always made sure to tell me how proud he was that I was going to college. I wish being in college had not kept me away from his funeral, but I&m sure if he was here he&d forgive me. Love you, Knackel! You will be missed!
Carolyn & Mark Shockey left a message on August 30, 2010:
Our prayers and thoughts are with you all in this
difficult time. We are so sorry for your loss. I have
alot of fond memories of him when was kids. I&ll
teasure them always. Betty and Leroy, we send our
deepest condolence to you both and the rest of the
Love, Carolyn and Mark Shockey (Sissy)
Margaret Wilder left a message on August 30, 2010:
My heart and prayers are with all of you. Sorry I
can&t be there with you in your time of sorrow. Tell
the girls, Karen and Sharon you have my deepest
sympathy. Love, Aunt Mart
Joe & Margaret (Bray) Guinnip left a message on August 30, 2010:
Our condolences and prayers are being sent to all.
Soller-Baker Funeral Homes, Inc. left a message:
Please accept our deepest condolences for your family's loss.
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