Obituaries

Donald Allen Graham

May 24, 1932 - June 10, 2020

Posted by:
Darlene & Don Lutz

Posted on:
June 18, 2020

Hi Brent & Bev. We were so very sad to hear of Don's passing (my cousin is Brenda Richardson who is the one who let us know). Your Dad and my Dad (Russell Ferrier) worked together at CN and became very special friends as did Don and myself (Darlene) and my husband (Don). We visited your Mom and Dad in Ladysmith as well as in Winnipeg and every time we saw them it was like we had known them for many years. We met at my Dad's passing and kept in touch ever since. Our thoughts are with you and your families and especially Sammy! Take care! Darlene & Don Lutz

Posted by:
Ron & Marilyn Sigurdson

Posted on:
June 16, 2020

Brent and Bev, (and families), please accept our sincere condolences on the loss of your Father. Don was one of our favorite people who we remember as a friendly and hospitable guy with a terrific sense of humor. We will look back at our Colorado ski trips with your family with great fondness. Our thoughts and prayers are with you during this difficult time.

Posted by:
Lorne Britton

Posted on:
June 16, 2020

I have many memories of masonic brother, Shriner and Skooter.

Posted by:
Fred and Vivian Penner

Posted on:
June 14, 2020

Hello to the wonderful family of Don Graham. Our deepest sympathies from Vivian and Fred Penner..Sara Penner's parents. We just want you to know how much we and Sara and Jackson appreciate all that Don did to make the transfer of his lovely home easier for Sara and Jackson. The first time we met Don we knew he was a special kind of person. So sorry that his time at Sturgeon Creek was cut short...we know he will never be forgotten. We truly feel blessed that we got to cross paths with Don even though briefly. We know his beauty and love will live on through all of you. Warmest wishes...Fred and Vivian Penner

Posted by:
Carl Seier

Posted on:
June 13, 2020

Many fond memories of "Mr. Graham". Although it was many years ago, I look back on the ski trips with joy. He had a great sense of humour, but what I remember most about Don was that he always struck me as a man who was truly funny, kind and generous with his time. God bless you Mr Graham.