WWE seamstress Sandra Gray announced on her Twitter that yesterday was her last day with WWE after two decades with the company.
“Goodbye @WWE thanks for the memories,” Gray posted on her Twitter, adding a photo of her waving in front of a WWE truck with her suitcase. She then posted a photo of her backstage with the WWE Divas saying her last night was awesome.
Gray started with WWE just over 20 years ago when a woman who went by the name of Rena – who went on to become Sable in the WWE – went in her shop in Marietta, Georgia, to ask for an urgent spandex costume for her boyfriend Marc Mero.
Gray was in charge of all in-ring gear for WWE Superstars and Divas and was often shown on Total Divas dealing with the Divas and their ring gear.