Home » He traveled often, was friend to many Association News He traveled often, was friend to many January 19, 2009 Reprints No Comments A community says goodbye to a former KDOT surveyor. Ordinary Lives By Kathy Hanks - The Hutchinson News - email@example.com DIGHTON - During his lifetime, Bud Bray walked many miles, in 103 Kansas counties, surveying the land. Wherever he went, he made friends. Often, he picked up a new writing pen for what grew into a collection of 12,000 over the years. Bray, who was 83, died Jan. 14 at the Lane County Hospital. ... To read on, click to www.hutchnews.com/Localregional/olive2009-01-17T21-04-07 Did you enjoy this article? Click here to subscribe to POB. Related Articles Witness to Pemberwick murder: He was just yelling, 'Die, die' Thompson's Travels Robert Snell is retired as Kalamazoo County surveyor, but that doesn't mean he'll quit going to work Dempsey: It was self-defense Related Products GIS Cartography: A Guide to Effective Map Design, Second Edition Surveying the Land: Distance Measuring Tools and Their Accuracy, 1620 to 1920 V09D - Construction Surveying with Robotics', GPS & Machine Controls (CD) POB Top 100 Report Related Events Beyond Reality Capture: One GC's Search for the Maximum Value from Laser Scanning 3D Laser Scanning, Point Clouds and Multiple Deliverable Options 3rd Annual National Surveying, Mapping and Geospatial Conference Get Your Scanning Under Control Related Directories Traverse PC Inc. Sitelines PA Z+F USA Inc. Dunwoody College of Tech. You must login or register in order to post a comment. Report Abusive Comment Thank you for helping us to improve our forums. Is this comment offensive? Please tell us why.