Robert Graham

Robert Leeds Graham

Wednesday, July 1st, 1953 - Friday, November 29th, 2019
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Robert L. Graham, age 66, passed away peacefully at BIDH Plymouth on November 29, 2019 after his battle with cancer.

Bob was the son of the late Winthrop L. and Marcia Graham. Bob is survived by his daughter Laurie Graham Lennon and her husband Matthew of Vermont. Bob leaves his siblings Elinor (Graham) Peterson of Florida, Douglas Graham of Massachusetts and the late David Graham of Oregon. He also leaves his aunt Nan Powers of Hawaii, Marie Graham of Massachusetts, many nieces and nephews and many close friends.

Bob was an artist and musician. He loved to play the harmonica and guitar and enjoyed the hobby of painting and building models. He enjoyed sharing in music and art with others.

A private ceremony will be held with Bob’s family and friends.

As Bob would say, “Be Careful and Be Happy.”
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Carol Ciavarra

Posted at 09:05pm
Bob was a fun guy. I worked with him at Halliday lithograph in plympton Massachusetts. He would come over to our house. My husband Bill would go too rte 58 when it was empty lot and fly their model airplanes. Bob was a fun guy. He will be missed. His ex wife Marie was nice but it’s been quite a few years since we saw her.

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