Officer Gregory Bryan Gay

Officer Gregory Bryan Gay

Elba Police Department, Alabama

End of Watch Monday, July 31, 1995

Gregory Bryan Gay

Officer Gregory Gay was killed when his cruiser crashed and he was thrown 100 feet from the wreckage. He was responding to an accident at the time.

Officer Gay had served with the Elba Police Department for only four months. He is survived by his wife, four sons, parents, and sisters.

Bio

  • Age 26
  • Tour 4 months
  • Badge 112

Incident Details

  • Cause Automobile crash

emergency response

Most Recent Reflection

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Hey Dad, it’s been a while since I last left a message so I wanted to get you caught up on what’s happening in my life. (Not that you don’t already know) lol I am 26 now and currently a lead man at Dorsey’s in Elba yay! Not really that spectacular but it’s a job. I got married back on 9/24/17 to a beautiful and wonderful and special young lady named amber, I know you would love her!! We have been living a happy life to this day (and God willing for a long long long time.) and we now have an Amazing son! Yes! You are officially a Grandfather, isn’t that awesome! You would have adored him. He looks so much like me and like you! Amber and I felt like he would call you Pops. He is such a Blessing to us, and everyone around him. I tell him about you often and I want you to know that he has some of the biggest feet I ever saw on a kid. We named him after me but we call him Bubba J. So he must be mine lol. And I know our good friend Bubba ( chuck Bailey) is with you now talking your ear off. There isn’t a day that doesn’t go by that I don’t think of what it would have been like to grow up with me learning from you and telling you my problems and seeking your wisdom and knowledge. But God has sure helped you understand a lot of the obstacles I have had laid before. I miss and I love you more than words can ever say! You are always in my heart and I blessed to be able to say I am you son. Don’t go dipping all that Copenhagen without me now Dad. I am gonna need a pinch when I see you again.

Your eldest
Bryan

January 23, 2018

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