Condolence: My heart is saddened for Graham’s family and friends. Graham was someone you couldn’t forget, even if you tried. He had a great personality (and temper to match!), and was someone you genuinely enjoyed being around. I will never forget his laugh and cheery voice, and his love for tea time. I hope family and close friends will take solace in knowing that he left many wonderful impressions everywhere he went. It was an honour to know you Graham, you will be missed.
Condolence: What can I say about this incredible man, loving son, husband, father, grandfather, cousin, nephew,friend. You’ve left a hole that can’t be filled. We had some great and fun times, here and in America, and our memories of our times together will get us through. Like Paul said, fish and chips will never be the same again! You were one in a million and i’m So proud to call you my cousin. Love and miss you always, your heart broken cousins and auntie and uncle, Brenda, Brian, Joe, Paul, Vanessa, Byron and families xxxxxx
Condolence: On behalf of Union Station Redevelopment Corp. , we will miss Graham. He had become part of our family here and we owe him a great debt of gratitude for his expertise on restoring this beautiful historic building and national treasure. His work here will be visible to millions of visitors for generations to come.
Condolence: Anyone who knew Graham, knew he was the nicest, kindest, friendliest, most generous person ever. He absolutely adored his family. His remarkable mission to bring daughter Lilli home was proof of his super powers. This is a devastating loss. My heart breaks for my cousins and anyone who was lucky enough to call Graham son, husband, father, granddad, colleague, brother, and friend.
Condolence: To the Banks family,
Our deepest condolences go out to you. Graham was a wonderful husband, father, and friend. He was loved by many and will continue to be loved forever more. May God bless you and watch over your family during this difficult time.
Janice and Maya Marks