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Jordan Bray

Jordan Scott Bray, Esq.

Wednesday, October 23rd, 1985 - Wednesday, May 13th, 2020
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Jordan Scott Bray, Esq., 34 of Roanoke, Va and formerly of Elizabethton, TN and Gate City, Va departed this life on Wednesday May 13th, 2020. Jordan graduated from Science Hill High School and also attended Elizabethton High School where he was an outstanding three sport athlete and played Basketball, Baseball, and Football. His natural talent of sports led to much recognition, awards, and championships as well as many collegiate letters of interest. His love of sports sparked by the admiration of his own father's athletic achievements Jordan continued to be active in sports even after hanging up his own cleats and pursuing officiating with the TSSAA.

After graduating from high school, Jordan attended North East State where he realized his full academic abilities. He then completed his undergraduate studies and received his Bachelor of Science in Political Science at East Tennessee State University graduating Summa Cum Lade. Jordan was accepted to Liberty University School of Law where he completed his Juris Doctorate in 2013. Jordan was a member of the Tennessee Bar and worked as a Magistrate in the Commonwealth of Virginia's 21st Judicial District. He took great pride in his position and his duty of upholding the laws and holding fellow colleagues to his standards of service parallel to none.

During his years of service in Henry County he was able to leave his mark on many others in a professional way that established meaningful friendships. It has been said that once Jordan was sufficiently caffeinated there was no stopping him. His ability to discuss various topics with such intelligence was like that of no other. Jordan's humor gave him an almost superpower ability to lighten even the darkest of moods in people. Jordan was often described as a connoisseur of many things and just when he reached the pinnacle of mastering his latest hobby with the guidance of YouTube, he would then find something else that peaked his interest. Jordan described by many as a larger than life personality that mentored and influenced all of those around him in some of the best ways.

Jordan is survived by his wife Marah, a woman whom he adored beyond measure and without question. He described her as the best thing that ever happened to him. Vowing to love her both in this life and in the next. The love they shared was something that others described as awe inspiring. A marriage that set the mold and that the two of them together made an unstoppable perfect couple. Also surviving him includes his youngest brother, Ernie, maybe the original inspiration to becoming a role model for others, as the two of them were inseparable throughout life; Ernie's wife, Traci, the kindest and most loving sister-in-law; his six nephews, Gibson, Ethan, Rylan, Kayson, Colton, and Masen; and his precious baby niece, Arissa; his grandmother, Nellie Scott, of Watauga, Tenn., who laid the foundation for his life to always be a caring and loving man; his In-laws, Mark and Teresa Kilby, of Salem, Va.; brother-in-law, Jared Kilby; grandmother-in-law, Dottie Pafford; his uncle, Jim Bray, of Kingsport, Tenn. as well as his aunt, Nancy; uncle, Mike Scott, of Gallatin, Tenn.; and aunt, Brenda. Numerous cousins, extended family, close friends, and wonderful co-workers also survive.

Jordan also leaves behind his 4 dogs, including his beloved Bernese Mountain Dog, Wyatt, and a very devoted cat, Mr. Frances, who often waited by the door for him like clockwork donning his own dapper bow-ties.

He is proceeded in death by two of the greatest men in his life; his father, William Vince Bray, as well as his grandfather, Charles Virgil Scott.

In keeping with Jordan's wishes, all services will be private invitation only.

Expressions of sympathy may be expressed by visiting www.johnmoakey.com.

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Beverly Brickey

Posted at 08:24pm
Sheila mother of my precious Jordan Bray and David Bray,brother of Jordan. words cannot even begin to express my heart felt sympathy for you both at this time. He was my Bear bear . He was taken to early from this life but, Jesus needed him more than we do. Jordan was so talented and accomplished so mush in his earthly time and we are so proud of him. Jordan always had a big grin followed by a big hug when he saw us.I will miss that precious voice when he would call me Mama Bevi.
We never know when death will come to us or our loved ones, but the main thing is to know Jesus and live for him daily. Jordans parents taught their children the bible and how to call upon the name of Jesus. I was never in their home that Jesus wasn't mentioned about his love and goodness and how blessed for our families to share this love together. We have always claimed to be family.
Stay strong in your faith in Jesus . When we put Jesus first he will give us understanding and he will give us the desires of our heart. Love to my best Friend Sheila in the days ahead . David I lost my brother May 2, and I will miss him and that will never change and the good memories cant be taken away by anyone . Hold those good memories in your heart.
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Daphine Peavy

Posted at 06:11pm
I am so sorry about Jordan. Sheila, my heart is breaking for you and David. No parent should ever go through the heartbreak of losing a child. Will be praying for you. Love you
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Erin Miller

Posted at 08:42pm
Marah, Teresa, Mark, Jared, Richard & Dottie: My heart goes out to you all. May loving memories bring you peace, comfort & strength during this time.
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Thelma Hensley

Posted at 09:17pm
Shelia David and Erin l think of you all often prayers for you all connect with me on face book
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Posted at 09:10pm
"Jordan will remain in our hearts forever."
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