of Osceola, AR
January 4, 1938 - January 5, 2023
Rebecca "Becky" Jane Wright Harrelson Gray, 85, of Osceola, AR passed away January 5, 2023 at her home. She was born January 4, 1938 in Marvell, AR to the late Thomas Andrew Wright and Ella Wee Wilkerson Wright. She was an employee of American Greetings in Osceola for many years, retiring in 2002. She was also a part-time math instructor with ANC (AR Northeastern College) from 2002-2008. Rebecca is preceded in death by her parents; her husband, Clarence Gray; two sisters, Elizabeth Wright and Betty Jean Wright; four brothers, Jesse Howard Wright, James Louis Wright, Benjamin Franklin Wright and John Wesley Wright; one half-sister, Peggy Joyce Acree Thompson; one half-brother, Bobby Wayne Acree; one daughter, Barbara Ann Harrelson Morris and one grandson, Robert Graham Hill. Rebecca is survived by four daughters, Donna Harrelson (Richard) McClain of Jacksonville, FL, Deborah Harrelson of Lexington, NC, Linda Harrelson and Elizabeth Gray of Osceola, AR; eight grandchildren; eight great-grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews and one special God-Daughter of Elizabeth Gray, Chassidy West (Zack) Crawford.
So sorry will miss the reunions at her home and the hall mark Christmas ya"ll. Aunt Jane was a sweet person.Thomas Andrew Wright's wife..Tina Blaydes Wright
Im sorry for your family's loss......I knew Rebecca when she was attending college as I was the College Administrator at that time for the College she was attending and we had classes together at that time. I just seen her obituary.....and I have very fond memories of her and her daughter Linda.....Prayers for the family and friends. God Bless!
Iâ€™m so very sorry for your loss. She was a beautiful lady and I am so thankful for all the years I had her and a friend and client! Love you guys! Praying for peace and comfort for you all!
Rest In Peace Becky
Our prayers are with you all.
What a wonderful sweet aunt you were. I always was excited to see you at the family reunions. I loved talking to you about your jobs and when you were working on your business degree. Then when you started teaching. Thank you for educating me about our family history. You truly will be missed by me. I love you. Rest in peace.