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Marjorie Gray

Rep. Rashida Tlaib, left, and Rep. Ilhan Omar. Members of the Modern Orthodox movement disagree whether Israel was correct in barring entry to them. Getty Images
Rep. Rashida Tlaib, left, and Rep. Ilhan Omar. Members of the Modern Orthodox movement disagree whether Israel was correct in barring entry to them. Getty Images

Marjorie Rosenblatt Gray of Rockaway died Aug. 4, 2019. Born in 1929 and originally from New York City, she lived in Merrick, Bellmore, and Atlantic Beach, N.Y., before moving to Rockaway nearly 20 years ago.

Mrs. Gray volunteered across her broad range of interests. She belonged to several Reform synagogues, including Beth Am Reform Jewish Congregation of Merrick, which she and her husband helped found in 1949, and served on a variety of boards and committees. Her other interests include Bernese Mountain Dogs, involvement with the Atlantic Beach Volunteer Rescue Squad and Hearing Loss Association of America, and cultivating an art elephant collection.

Predeceased by her husband, Malcolm, in 1989, she is survived by two sons, Kenneth and Douglas Gray (Leslie Koch); her daughter, Honi Buchwald; a sister, Janet White; and a granddaughter.

Services were held at Beth Am Reform Jewish Congregation of Merrick.

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