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Robert “Bob” Wendell Graham

August 25, 1960 - January 11, 2022

Robert “Bob” Wendell Graham, 61, quickly left his earthly home for his heavenly home on January 11, 2022 in Frisco, Texas, after fighting a brief battle with a cancerous brain tumor and covid pneumonia. He was born on August 25, 1960 to James and Barbara Graham in Benton, Kentucky.  He is survived by his wife, Atina of Irving, TX, a sister from Arkansas, Christy Creech and her husband Walter Creech, a sister from North Carolina, Donna Graham, a daughter from Arizona, Medeline Graham Davis and grandchildren, JaJa Davis and Aylah Davis, mother and father in law of Grand Prairie, TX, David and Anita Evans, brother in law and wife from Mansfield, TX, Davan and Beverly Evans, and many other relatives: other inlaws, aunts, uncles, cousins, nieces, nephews, etc from all over the United States. He loved his family dearly and was always there for them no matter the calling, situation, or sacrifice. Bob served as a Deacon of Benevolence at Webb Chapel Church of Christ, where he also worked to oversee maintenance. He was a brilliant man of many talents and always used them to serve God and brighten the lives of others. He was preceded in death by his mother, Barbara Graham, whom also lost her battle to covid in 2020 and his father, James Graham. There will be a memorial service at Webb Chapel Church of Christ via in person and live stream ( https://webbchapel.org/livestreaming.html )  on Saturday, February 12, 2022 at 10:00am.  Donations in lieu of flowers may be made in his honor to Webb Chapel Church of Christ, 13425 Webb Chapel Road, Farmers Branch, TX, 75234.

10 replies on “Robert “Bob” Wendell Graham”

Henry Roncancio says:

May the Lord be with his family here on earth as we all await the time when we will be reunited in the glory of the Lord, for whom lived his life of love, kindness and genuine service.

Carolyn Fisher says:

I am so sorry for your loss Atina. Bob was special to many people. I worked with him every day in the church office and I miss him every day.

Nora García says:

I’m so sorry for your lost.

Robert Halcomb says:

The loss of Bob affects so many people, not only his family and Atina but also his loving church family. Bob was a great guy. He was smart and fun to be around and most importantly, devoted his life to serving God.

Bob Nienstadt says:

It is sad that we lost Bob at an early age. He was a friend to all and a servant to many. He will be greatly missed at this Church. He was a true friend.

noelle miller says:

You were a humble, loving Christ-like man. May you rest in peace in the arms of Jesus.

Lety Gonzalez says:

My heart goes out to you for the loss of your dear husband. I hope your happy memories will help you through this difficult time.

Christy Alley says:

We are sorry for you loss Atina and are praying for you and your family.

Glenda Thompson says:

Bob was one of the kindest people I have ever known. He spent time with Deedie, when meaningful conversation wasn’t always easy and Bob was attentive and loving to him. He made a computer for me and installed it in my home office as a surprise. I loved having lunch with Bob and Atina after worship service on Sundays and getting to know them as new members at Webb Chapel. I will miss him, his smile and his hugs. We could use more people like Bob Graham in this world.

Yusuf Kalule says:

Atina, Only God can heal the broken hearted and at this moment I commit you and family to God the Healer, May you find grace, strength and comfort in Him

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