Brian Lee Grayless, 47, of Bloomingdale, passed away Monday, Jan. 15, 2018, in the emergency room of Union Hospital in Clinton from injuries sustained in a work related accident. He was a welder and oversaw projects for Superior Hardwood of Montezuma. He was born Sept. 25, 1970, in Dallas, to Bill Grayless and Mary Brown Grayless.
Survivors include his wife of 22 years, Sara Snodgrass Grayless, whom he married May 20, 1995, in Montezuma; also surviving, his parents of Tangier; children, Rachel Grayless, Brian Todd Grayless, Brandon Grayless, Megan Grayless and Brock Grayless, all of Bloomingdale, and Nick Fairbairn of Brisbane, Australia; two brothers, Billy (Cassy) Grayless of Russellville, Ohio and Ben (Kim) Grayless of Rockville; two sisters, Bonnie Pitman of Tell City and Wendy Porter of Carlisle, Ky.; grandmother, Dolly Grayless of Terre Haute; father-in-law, Donald Snodgrass of Rockville; three brothers-in-law, Christopher (Rachel) Snodgrass, Adam Snodrass and Andrew Snodgrass, all of Rockville; several nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and cousins.
He was a 1988 graduate of Turkey Run High School and attended Indiana State University. He was employed eight years with Wabash Land and Livestock of Tangier, 20 years with Swinford Farms of Hillsdale, warehouse manager for Harbor Rail in Clinton and a machinist for TNT Machine in Rockville. He was a member of Rockville Christian Church, past president of Turkey Run FFA, nine year 4-H member, active on several 4-H committees, Parke County Bass Masters member and coached Little League in Marshall and Tangier. He enjoyed woodworking, fishing and hunting. He was founder of RB3M Livestock along with his children. If it was broken, he could fix it.
Services will be 2 p.m. Friday, Jan. 19, 2018, at Rockville Christian Church, 292 W. US Highway 36, with Pastor Steve Crum officiating. Burial will follow at Rush Creek Cemetery near Tangier. Visitation is 4 to 8 p.m. Thursday at Rockville Christian Church. Arrangements entrusted to the care of Gooch Funeral Home, Rockville. Online condolences may be shared at:
Published on January 17, 2018