January 28, 1975 - September 21, 2023
Obituary For Kenya Bray
With humble respect, Sewell Mortuary in Grantville announces the transition of Kenya Bray on September 21, 2023.
The funeral service will be Saturday, September 30th, at 3:30 PM at Springfield Baptist Church Carter Street Greenville Ga.
Visitation will be from 5 to 7 PM on the 29th, at Sewell Mortuary.
THIS IS MY STORY...
Mr. Kenya Lennell Bray was to born Annie Cox and late
Lennell "Rooster" Bray Sr. (Mary "Nancy" Bray) on January
28, 1975 in Boston, Massachusetts. Kenya attended Troup
County High School in Lagrange, Ga where he played football
and basketball graudauting in the year 1994. Kenya attended
Chattahoochee Valley Community College in Phenix City, AL
where he studyed Criminal Justice and played basketball.
Kenya enjoyed sports and being a family man. Kenya
participated with coaching the youth in basketball in
Kenya leaves his loving memories to join his late wife
Tomeika "Meka" Bray and Brother-In-Law Allen Tenny of
Luthersville, Ga; three sons: Lamarcus Tenny (Talika) of
Newnan, Ga, Kenzavier Tenny Sr. and Keron Tenny of
Luthersville Ga; two grandson: Lamarcus "MJ" Tenny Jr and
Kenzavier Tenny Jr; one granddaughter: Anilah Tenny;
Mother: Annie Cox of Newnan, Ga; Dad: Michael Cox of
Riversdale, Ga; four brothers Lennell "Man" Bray Jr of Phenix
City, AL, Brandon Gates of Lagrange, Ga, Mikeem Cox of
Ellenwood, Ga, Reshawn Bray (Angelie) of Mountville, Ga;
three sisters: Tiffany Thompson (Brian) of Snellville, Ga,
Lasandra Bowles (Undray) of Luthersville, Ga, Lakita Cox of
Newnan, Ga; five nephews: Ladedricus Cox, Kingston Cox,
Ladrevious Bowles, King Bray, Princeston Cox; six neices:
Shanell Bray, Tiluana Johnson, Quon'Kerria Favors, Chrissani
Jackson, Lashontis Bowles, Savannah Bray; two great nieces:
Lyrik Reed and Alina Bridges and a host of aunts, uncles,
cousins, and dear friends.
Sewell Mortuary is honored to be entrusted with providing end-of-life services to the Bray family.