State Representative Ron Gray was first elected in 2012 to represent in the Delaware House of Representatives the citizens of the 38th District, which includes the areas of Bethany Beach, Fenwick Island, Selbyville, and Ocean View.
As a member of the House, Rep. Gray serves on the following standing House committees: Joint Capital Infrastructure (Bond Bill); Judiciary; Revenue & Finance; Agriculture; Natural Resources; and Veterans Affairs.
Rep. Gray’s membership affiliations outside the General Assembly include the following: Member of St. Ann’s Catholic Church; Member of Bethany/Fenwick Chamber of Commerce; Member of National Federation of Independent Business; and Member of American Society of Civil Engineers.
Rep. Gray is the Owner of R.E. Gray & Associates Engineering Co. and part Owner and Operator of several local family businesses. He is a professional Engineer, licensed in DE, MD, and VA. He resides in Selbyville with his wife, Candice.
Rep. Gray’s district includes parts of Selbyville and Frankford, as well as the areas in the incorporated Towns of Ocean View and Millville.
Indian River High School; Bachelor degree in Civil Engineering, University of Delaware; MBA, Indiana University
Owner of R.E. Gray & Associates Engineering Co. and part Owner and Operator of several local family businesses. He is a professional Engineer, licensed in DE, MD, and VA.
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