Sammy Gray, right, honors John Gentry, the 2012 Beaufort Water Festival commodore, with the event's signature blazer at a change-of-watch ceremony in 2011. Gray, who served as head of the festival in 1958 and was a longtime owner of Port Royal's 11th Street Dockside Restaurant, died Sunday.
Sammy Gray, right, honors John Gentry, the 2012 Beaufort Water Festival commodore, with the event's signature blazer at a change-of-watch ceremony in 2011. Gray, who served as head of the festival in 1958 and was a longtime owner of Port Royal's 11th Street Dockside Restaurant, died Sunday. File photo
Sammy Gray, right, honors John Gentry, the 2012 Beaufort Water Festival commodore, with the event's signature blazer at a change-of-watch ceremony in 2011. Gray, who served as head of the festival in 1958 and was a longtime owner of Port Royal's 11th Street Dockside Restaurant, died Sunday. File photo

Former Water Festival commodore, restaurateur Sammy Gray dies

November 17, 2013 09:05 PM

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