LTG Robert E. Gray Memorial Bridge Dedication

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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) Members of the Fort Gordon Color Guard from left Private Jalisa White, PFC Markuz Robinson, SSG Ryan Aragon, and SSG Glen Wheelock prepare for the dedication of the Walton Way Bridge between 5th and 7th Streets in downtown Augusta on Tuesday, June 5. The bridge was named the LTG Robert E. Gray Memorial Bridge, in memory of the former Fort Gordon commander and chief of the U.S. Army Signal Corps who died in a two-vehicle accident outside Millen, Ga., in November.
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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) A crowd gathers for the dedication of the Walton Way Bridge between 5th and 7th Streets in downtown Augusta on Tuesday, June 5. The bridge was named the LTG Robert E. Gray Memorial Bridge, in memory of the former Fort Gordon commander and chief of the U.S. Army Signal Corps who died in a two-vehicle accident outside Millen, Ga., in November.
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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) Members of the Fort Gordon Color Guard prepare for the dedication of the Walton Way Bridge between 5th and 7th Streets in downtown Augusta on Tuesday, June 5. The bridge was named the LTG Robert E. Gray Memorial Bridge, in memory of the former Fort Gordon commander and chief of the U.S. Army Signal Corps who died in a two-vehicle accident outside Millen, Ga., in November.
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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) Annie Gray, wife of the late LTG Robert E. Gray, listens as Mayor Deke Copenhaver speaks during the dedication of the Walton Way Bridge between 5th and 7th Streets in downtown Augusta on Tuesday, June 5. The bridge was named the LTG Robert E. Gray Memorial Bridge, in memory of the former Fort Gordon commander and chief of the U.S. Army Signal Corps who died in a two-vehicle accident outside Millen, Ga., in November.
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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) From left Frances Gray, Annie Gray, and Mayor Deke Copenhaver bow their heads in prayer during a dedication to the Walton Way bridge in honor of former Fort Gordon commander and chief of the U.S. Army Signal Corps, LTG Robert E. Gray.
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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) Annie Gray, wife of the late LTG Robert E. Gray, stands with her daughter Frances Gray, as she speaks during the dedication of the Walton Way Bridge in her husband's honor on Tuesday, June 5, as Reverand Larry Fryer and Mayor Deke Copenhaver look on. LTG Gray was former Fort Gordon commander and chief of the U.S. Army Signal Corps who died in a two-vehicle accident outside Millen, Ga., in November.
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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) Mayor Deke Copenhaver gives thumbs up to Annie Gray, right, after the unveiling of the sign dedicating the Walton Way Bridge between 5th and 7th Streets in downtown Augusta on Tuesday, June 5. The bridge was named for LTG Robert E. Gray, the former Fort Gordon commander and chief of the U.S. Army Signal Corps who died in a two-vehicle accident outside Millen, Ga., in November.
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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) Reverend Larry Fryer gives Annie Gray a kiss on the cheek as Mayor Deke Copenhaver stands by after a dedication ceremony to Gray's husband, former Fort Gordon commander and chief of the U.S. Army Signal Corps , Robert E. Gray. The Walton Way Bridge between 5th and 7th Streets was named in his honor.
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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) Reverend Larry Fryer leads Annie Gray, center, and her daughter Frances Gray, right, to unveil the sign at the newly dedicated bridge in honor of LTG Robert E. Gray, the former Fort Gordon commander and chief of the U.S. Army Signal Corps who died in a two-vehicle accident outside Millen, Ga., in November.
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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) Reverend Larry Fryer prays as Frances Gray, Annie Gray, and Mayor Deke Copenhaver stand by at the close of a dedication ceremony to Gray's husband, former Fort Gordon commander and chief of the U.S. Army Signal Corps , Robert E. Gray. The Walton Way Bridge between 5th and 7th Streets was named in his honor.
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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) Reverend Larry Fryer speaks during the dedication of the Walton Way Bridge while Mayor Deke Copenhaver and Annie Gray stand behind him in downtown Augusta on Tuesday, June 5. The bridge was named the LTG Robert E. Gray Memorial Bridge, in memory of the former Fort Gordon commander and chief of the U.S. Army Signal Corps who died in a two-vehicle accident outside Millen, Ga., in November.
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(Emily Rose Bennett/Staff) Col. Robert Barker speaks during the dedication of the Walton Way Bridge between 5th and 7th Streets in downtown Augusta on Tuesday, June 5. The bridge was named the LTG Robert E. Gray Memorial Bridge, in memory of the former Fort Gordon commander and chief of the U.S. Army Signal Corps who died in a two-vehicle accident outside Millen, Ga., in November.

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LTG Robert E. Gray Memorial Bridge Dedication

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