March Client Spotlight
We are proud to say we have simply amazing people in our family of Clients. Each month we take time out to shine a spotlight on our clients’ accomplishments, passions, and experiences. Please meet Christopher and Rita McCray.
Christopher McCray, Jr. was born in Charleston, SC on February 11, 1946. A graduate from Booker T. Washington High School in Miami, McCray then obtained an Associate in Arts from Miami-Dade Community College and subsequently matriculated to Florida State University (FSU) earning his Bachelor’s in Social Studies Education. Upon completion, Christopher worked as an educator of US History at Miami-Norland Senior High School before returning to FSU for his Masters degree in Counseling. McCray then embarked on an opportunity at the University of Central Florida (UCF) as Director of the Student Housing Program and held the position for 28 years.
Rita McCray, born Rita (Gayle) Dean in Tallahassee, Florida on January 1, 1949, earned her Bachelor’s degree from Florida A&M University in Elementary Education. Rita then received a Master’s Degree in Speech-Language Pathology from Florida State University in 1975. Four years later in 1979, she married Christopher and they gave birth to their daughter, Phyllis in 1981. McCray worked for the Orange County Public School system as a speech and language instructor to elementary and middle school children for 35 years, before retiring in 2008 as an Instructional Coach for incoming teachers.
It has been our pleasure at the Elder Law Center of Kirson & Fuller to assist Christopher and Rita McCray with their elder law needs. As an expression of our appreciation, the firm will donate $100.00 to the Alzheimer’s Association.