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Trey Gray-A Drummer, Huntington’s Disease Advocate, Father, Philanthropist & an Inspirational Guy

    

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I love to post about Trey Gray because he is such an inspiration, a kind person and, often says, he is GRATEFUL!   He graciously wrote a book jacket comment that appears on the back of my nonfiction book, Watching Their Dance:  Three Sisters, a Genetic Disease and Marrying into a Family At Risk for Huntington’s. 

I asked him not too long ago when he would come out West so the Huntington’s disease (HD) community could meet him and listen to his music.  Unfortunately, it’s not in the cards right now.

Trey’s HD diagnosis came in 2003, and he has beaten the odds because he is asymptomatic after 19 years.  Wow is all I can say!  (Trey’s mom, Cindy, had HD).

What is Huntington’s disease?  https://www.huntingtonsdiseasefoundation.org/life-with-hd-2

Marcia and Cindy, my two sisters-in-law to die from HD complications, struggled with HD for approximately 16-17 years and their quality of life the last five years was not good.

Trey’s son Max.

I hope Trey keeps pounding on those drums, doing what he loves, and keeps us all inspired by his HD advocacy, positiveness, philanthropy work he accomplishes through the Huntington’s Disease Foundation he and two friends started.  https://www.huntingtonsdiseasefoundation.org/

Trey’s Facebook wall is:  https://www.facebook.com/trey.gray

We Can Never Lose HOPE….

 

Watching Their Dance can be found on Amazon around the world & many other book websites. It’s available as an e-book also.   100% of the profits are being donated to Huntington’s Disease Society of America (HDSA).  I’ve donated over $14,000.00 so far from the book to HDSA.

Read a book review from Kirkus:  https://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/unknown/watching-their-dance/

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