There will be a Memorial Day service at the Grady Cemetery on Monday May 28th at 10:00 am.
Following the service there will be a meal at the Grady Community Center.
The speaker will be Retired Sergeant First Class, Jeremie Gray Wilson. Jeremie spent 20 years (1991-2011) in the US Army retiring in December 2011. While enlisted he served in multiple Combat Zones. His tour of duties where served in Bosnia, Tunisia, Iraq (twice), Kuwait, Korea, and Germany. His Military Occupational Specialties (MOS’s) were 14S Avenger Air Defense Crew Member, 68DN2 Aircraft Powertrain Mechanic/Non Destructive Tester, 79S Career Counselor.
In 2005 he began his career in Law Enforcement as a Reserve Deputy for Cotton County.
In 2009 he became a deputy for Jefferson County.
In 2011 he transferred to the City of Waurika and served as a Reserve Police Officer.
In 2017 he was elected as sheriff of Jefferson County.
He is the husband of Cari Wilson, a father of four children: Jessie, Jordan, Cecillia and Nicholas Wilson.
His hobbies consist of team roping, riding motorcycles with his wife, and playing music in his church.