Kenneth Lynn Gray died on November 11, 2021 in Orem, Utah of heart failure, after a prolonged illness and three heart arrests. He was born on October 7, 1940 in Salt Lake City, Utah to LeRoy Delbert and Edith Maurine Bullough Gray. He was a highly creative and brilliant individual and received a PhD degree in Political Science and Public Administration and an International Relations Certificate from the University of Utah. His many outstanding accomplishments include a successful career in government; he also excelled at computer technology and worked full time as a data base administrator and software engineer until he was one month short of 79 years old. He invented software that was widely used in state governments across the nation for predicting economic trends. He also invented software that was used to facilitate effective organization of political campaigns. Kenneth is the author of several published books including The Rock That Burns, Silk and Cactus, and The Five Economic Theories That Could Change the World. One of his books was used as a college textbook. He was a highly altruistic and munificent individual and was always helping others. He faithfully served his community and church and was exemplary in every way. His faith in the gospel of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ, was as strong and immovable as a mountain. Despite his great intelligence, enormous talents and many remarkable accomplishments, Kenneth was humble, and never arrogant. He is survived by his devoted and adoring wife and was preceded in death by his beautiful daughter, Jennifer Lace Gray. A viewing will be held at 12:00 pm on Friday, November 19, 2021; the funeral will commence at 1:00 pm at the Crescent 24th Ward, 275 East 10600 South, Sandy, Utah. Interment at South Jordan City Cemetery.