Extending the Gray Family During Times of Need
In mid-December 2021, a round of devastating tornadoes rolled through parts of Western Kentucky, flattening homes, destroying businesses, uprooting families, and unfortunately, taking lives. This tragic outbreak quite literally hit close to home for Gray. The company began as a regional contractor in Western Kentucky more than 60 years ago before expanding and eventually transplanting its headquarters to Lexington. But even today, much of the Gray family calls Western Kentucky home and holds it near and dear.
When Gray initially learned about the storms, we did what we always have and only know to do, we decided to help. This help included a multifaceted approach that included time, resources, and energy. Gray, from the onset, pledged thousands of volunteer hours for cleanup and recovery, which are still being served today. Donations and financial contributions were also part of the recovery efforts, but Gray really wanted to have boots on the ground to help. Dozens of volunteers from across all Gray gave their time effort and energy to pitch in and help what was, and frankly still is, a devastating scenario.
Gray continues to help the people of Western Kentucky and those impacted by these devastating storms. This positive impact is only possible as a result of the dedication and determination from Gray’s team members who have donated their time, efforts, and energy.
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