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Grubbs Family Mortuary sadly announces the passing of Mr. Ray Don Cochran 69, of Eufaula Alabama.
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Grubbs Family Mortuary. A Name You Can Trust And Stand On. When Only The Best Will Do! We ask that you please keep the Cochran family in your prayers as they travel through this difficult journey.Mr. Ray Don Cochran born June 10, 1953 to the late Mr. and Mrs. Cochran. He attended TV McCoo High School in Eufaula, AL. Ray was a faithful member of the Tennielle Chapel A.M.E. Church until his health failed. Ray joined Sarah Mays in August 1, 1998 in holy matrimony where they lived in Eufaula for 25 years. He was a great husband, father, grandfather, great grandfather to his loved ones. On May 7, 2023, he received his calling at Medical Center Barbour. He leaves to cherish his memories his children, Melinda Trammell, Kayron (Sheryl) Mays and Regina (Floyd) Johnson, all of Eufaula, AL, Ruthie (Kenneth) Gray, Clio, AL, Samuel (Jeanette) Marion, Clayton, AL; special grandchildren, Cedric Trammell, Xavier Trammell, Dameter Mays, Chris Mays, Shanice Jackson and Mary Mays; three brothers, Johnny, Sam and Doug; three sisters, Liz, Eddie and Betty; special niece, Lavoundra Upshaw and host of more grandchildren, great grandchildren, nephews, nieces and other relatives and friends.
Reflections (2 Minutes, please) Acknowledgements........................... Grubbs Family Mortuary
Eulogy .............................................................Rev. Dr. Frederick D. Sherrod
Grandpa Gentle and Gruff Once you said it, that was enough Real and Rough You, Granddad, as the definition of tough Aways leading your family in prayer When the church doors opened, there was no doubt You’d be there. Never wrong, always right To you wondering grandkids, you were a beaconing Dashing and Dear, You were always there to lend a hand or an ear Peaceful and Kind Loving your family was first on your mind An admired Angel, we love so true On this anniversary we deeply miss you.