Dora D. Gray

Dora D. Gray, 60, of Harrington Park, formerly of Northvale, passed away on Monday, January 17, 2022. Beloved mother of Anthony and Michael. Cherished daughter of Marie Yaroslawski and the late Joe Gray. Loving sister of John, Sharon and the late Joseph. She is also survived by John Canfora, father of Anthony and Michael.

Dora was a customer service representative at Keystone Folding Box Co. in Newark. She was a devoted mother, daughter and loyal friend.  She will be missed.

Visiting hours are Saturday, January 22, 2022 from 2-4 PM at Pizzi Funeral Home, 120 Paris Ave, Northvale with a service at 4 PM.

Those who wish may contribute to benefit Dora’s children through the link below:

https://gofund.me/a1395cf2

www.pizzifuneralhome.com

Comments

  1. We were so saddened to hear about Dora’s passing. This picture is a beautiful memory of her. She will forever be with us in our hearts and memory. Our heartfelt sympathies to the family, please know that you are in our thoughts and prayers.
    With Love,
    Michael, Janet, Deanna and Tori Kuletsky

  2. Miriam Díaz Fox

    So sorry for your loss Anthony and Michael, your beautiful mother is you angel in heaven and she will be watching and protecting you both the rest of your life!

  3. Juanita Crespo Lessner

    So very sorry for your loss Anthony and Michael. May the memories of her give you peace and know that you now have an angel in heaven looking over you.

  4. I’m sorry for the families loss. Dora was a neighborhood friend when we were all growing up on Knickerbocker Ave in the 60’s & 70’s. I remember her as a quite kind hearted child. Always had a big smile on her face. My deepest Sympathy’s and Condolences to the entire family❤

  5. Michael canfora

    I love you mom i hope i make you proud

  6. Our condolences to the family. Your in our prayers! My name is Michael Bulvin. I am Ann Gray’s son. Her father was uncle Joe’s oldest brother. Again, we are sorry to hear everything!

    Blessings and Prayers from the Bulvin Family!!!

  7. John, Claudia, Kevin & Shaun

    Aunt Marie, John, Sharon, Anthony, Michael and Families: Sharing in your sadness as we remember Dora, our Cousin … many family memories during our childhood years. Wishing you strength and comfort through this difficult start of a New Year. Everyone is in our hearts, thoughts and prayers. “Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted.” Matthew 5:4

  8. Alan Samuel Henderson

    Dora and I had never met face to face, but she and I talked on the phone hundreds of times over the years, as she was my primary contact at Keystone for purchase orders etc. We always had a laugh no matter the business part of the call, and I considered her a real friend. Now that I can no longer talk to her I realize how much of a friend she had become. The shock and sadness of losing her will continue for quite a while. God bless.

  9. Carmen and Renee

    I was deeply saddened to hear about our friends sudden death. I’m sorry we can not come say good bye to you today but I will always remember the good times we had at each other’s house with our children. We have so many good memories from the beach, the clubs, New Year’s Eve and always a fun time whenever we were together. I know you will be an angel for your boys and look after them. Until we meet again, we will miss you!

  10. valentina I butch

    So sorry for your loss, Anthony and Michael.
    I had the privilege of working with Dora at Keystone, she was a wonderful person.
    I know she was so proud of you and loved you very much.
    May you find peace in the memories of your fun times together.
    God Bless you both!

  11. valentina I butch

    Hi Anthony and Michael-I had the priviledge of working with your mother at Keystone before I retired in 2017. I know she was so proud of you, and loved you so much. May the memories of all the things/places you saw together bring you some peace at this painful time.

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