Terry Gray is known as a dedicated husband, father, grandfather, neighbor, friend, public servant and manager.
Terry’s greatest joy is his family; he has been married to his loving wife Jane for over 40 years. Together they have raised four children, Jennifer, Katie, Terry Jr. and Molly, as well as five grandchildren. He also takes great pride in the Gray family heritage and its deep roots in this area. His Great Grandmother was born at the Bodie Island Lighthouse! Terry is a Manteo High School graduate, and a resident of Kill Devil Hills since 1986. He is currently an Operations Manager for Currituck Ferry Operations with NCDOT Ferry Division, and started his career at Hatteras Inlet.
Terry also loves his Harley and all the fun and fellowship that come along for the ride. He makes time for this hobby by combining his love of motorcycles with community service. The highlight of his year is participating in serving the Dare County Motorcycle Toy Run to benefit local children in need at Christmas time.
Terry’s dedication to the Town of Kill Devil Hills has spanned many years in different roles. He has served on the Town’s Planning Board, Board of Commissioners, and as Mayor. After taking time off for his family and to serve his neighbors through different endeavors, Terry ran and was elected back to the Town’s Board of Commissioners in 2017.
His service pledge is clear; “As your voice on the KDH Board of Commissioners, I promise to listen and bring people together to solve issues we face as a community. I further promise to invoke a code of ethics to promote transparency in government and accountability.” Terry’s personal cell phone number is 252-256-1064, and he invites residents to use it to call him and discuss town matters.