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Charles ("Chuck") Graham

September 8, 1925 - October 11, 2014


Chuck was born in Radville, Saskatchewan on September 8, 1925.  Passed away peacefully in Duncan, B.C. on October 11, 2014.  He is survived by his wife Ruth, daughters Gail, Bell (Dave), brother Al (Betty), 6 grandchildren, 13 great grandchildren, 3 great great grandchildren, as well as many nieces and nephews.  Chuck was a 45 year member of the Eagles, as well as a member of the Valley Seniors.  There will be a tea at the Eagles Hall on Saturday October 18, 2014 at 1pm.  In lieu of flowers, please make a donation to a charity of your choice.  We would like to thank the nurses and doctors who went out of their way to keep Chuck as comfortable as possible.


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From: Greg Graham
Relation: He is my Uncle,my fathers brother

I have nothing but wonderful memories of my Uncle Chuck,from his wry smile when he thought he had said something funny to his generous personality and caring nature, simply nothing but the purest of love and respect. Thank you Uncle Chuck for giving me those memories thank you for being so generous and for setting such an example for me, and for all those who knew you,to follow. Whenever I think of you I smile and get a wonderful feeling deep down in my heart,you will be missed by a lot of people, it is a priveledge and an honour to be counted as one of them. Goodbye Uncle Chuck I loved you oh so very much. See you later. (I just smiled one of those classic Uncle Chuck smiles and he knows what I mean…don’t you Uncle Chuck)

From: Wayne Graham
Relation: Nephew - Al Graham's 2nd son.

I will always remember the the rides in Chuck’s red convertible in Hope BC. He would drive with his knees, I thought it was the coolest thing ever . Also a favorite memory of mine is the wood rifles Chuck made for us at Hope. Thanks for the great childhood memories.

From: Ed Kehler
Relation: Meet Chuck at the Eagles in Duncan.

Got to meet Chuck a number of years back at the Eagles in Duncan. He was a long time member and also a President of the Eagles in 1975. Wishing the familt all the best. You are in my thoughts. Take care.

From: Keith Jamieson
Relation: Father Figure

Chuck, I have many great fond memories of you, will miss your
infectious smiles and laughter. Thank you, for taking me in as a young boy and caring, teaching and making me feel a home.
Tinkering with old gadgets,
You lived to be outside,
under that big blue sky.…

Love Keith

From: Gail MacQueen Harrison
Relation: Long time Family Friend

Dear Aunt Ruth and Family
So very sad to hear of Uncle Chuck’s passing and please know that our thoughts are with you, I so remember growing up with you and Uncle Chuck always there and loving to visit you! May your wonderful memories fill your heart.
Love from: Gail MacQueen Harrison and Mary MacQueen

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