Local Obituaries

Local Obituaries

Trinity Cathedral’s Grant S. Carey devoted life to ministry, teaching

Canon Grant S. Carey was known for his vast knowledge of Episcopal Church history and a love of drama that enabled him to impart the gospel to people of various ages and backgrounds during his four decades as a priest at Sacramento’s Trinity Episcopal Cathedral. He also taught for more than 20 years at Sacramento City College, where he developed the college’s English as a second language program.

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