Dorothy Anne Gray


Dorothy Anne Gray


Anne Gray

Dorothy Anne Gray, 79, of Laurel, passed away on March 21, 2017. Anne was born in Scobey, to Ivan and Dorothy (Morrison) Gray. Anne attended school in Miles City, and graduated from Laurel High School. She married in 1957 and began her career as a military wife. She had three children: Phillip (Sally) Hageman, John (Julie) Hageman and Mary (Barry) Lutton.

Anne started her career in nursing in 1972 at Craven Medical Center in North Carolina. Shortly thereafter, she moved her family to Joliet. She continued her nursing career at St. Vincent Hospital, Yellowstone Boys & Girls Ranch and Indian Health Services. Anne was honored with the Nurse of the Year Award in 2003. In her retirement, Anne enjoyed being a tour guide at the Moss Mansion.

Anne is survived by her brothers, Daniel (Janet) and James Gray. Her legacy includes grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nephews and nieces, as well as numerous friends and her beloved service dog, Duchess.

Anne is preceded in death by her parents, sister Beverly Joann, grandson Daniel Hageman, daughter-in-law Jody Hageman and the love of her life, Wayne Fost.

Anne’s love of her family and especially her grands was expressed in many loving ways but especially in wonderful song, storytelling and strange wacky but sentimental gifts. These memories with stand tall as we navigate the future without her at our side.

Graveside services will be at 10 a.m. Monday, March 27, at Rockvale Cemetery.

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4 thoughts on “Dorothy Anne Gray”

  1. I worked with Dorothy at Yellowstone Boys & Girls Ranch, Montana Migrant Council and Indian Health. She was a caring nurse, a delightful woman and a good friend. I will miss her!! Vicki Thuesen

  2. Dixie & John Starkovich

    Anne will be missed by her entire “other family”, the Hanson’s, as she was always considered one of our sisters. Our sincere condolences to all of the Gray and Hageman families. We’ll be with you in spirit at the Rockvale Cemetery on the 27th, and will be remembering your folks & Joann, too.
    With love, Dixie, Shirley, Mavis & Hazel & families

  3. Connie Reiter
    Anne was my co-worker and wonderful friend for 30 years. I will miss her songs, her story telling about her life, her family and wonderful best friend Duchess. My condolences to the Hageman family, Gray family and the Frost Family. She will missed.

  4. On behalf of the Moss Mansion staff, volunteers and board members, we wish to express our condolences to the Hageman, Gray and Frost families. We were so saddened to hear about Dorothy. She was a force at the Moss Mansion, giving tours and volunteering at special events for well over 20 years! Dorothy was an inspiration to all of our new tour guides and set the bar for providing a great experience to all who visited. She is dearly missed.

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