James  Graham

James D. Graham

Thursday, March 17th, 1927 - Sunday, June 21st, 2020
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Peacefully at the Maxville Manor on June 21, 2020. James D. “Jimmy” Graham of Alexandria; age 93 years. Beloved husband of the late Jeannette Graham (née Charlebois). Loving father of Bob Graham of St. Elmo, Joanne Graham (Taras Iwanycki) of Montreal and June Graham-James of Toronto. Cherished grandfather of James, William, Cayley and Gracie and great grandfather of Willow. Dear brother of Carol Wilcox (Doug) of Brockville and Nancy MacKenzie (Alastair) of Ponoka, Alberta. Predeceased by his parents Robert J. and Dorothy Graham (née Hope) and sister Vivian. A lifelong resident of Alexandria Jim was owner and operator of Glengarry Motor Sales (Chev-Olds) and later the White Rock Motel. He served the community for 35 years as a member of the Alexandria volunteer Fire Department services, for many years as sub-chief. He, also along with his late brother-in-law, Doug Baxter, envisioned and built the Alexandria airstrip which evolved into the local Flying Club, there they had many successful fly-in breakfasts over the years. He had a genuine interest in local history and had many recollections of Alexandria’s earlier history. Funeral Arrangements under the care and direction of Munro & Morris Funeral Homes Ltd., Alexandria, On (613-525-2772). A Memorial Service will be held at a later date. Date and time to be announced. As expressions of sympathy, Memorial Donations to the Maxville Manor Foundation would be appreciated by the family. As a Memorial to Jimmy a tree will be planted in a Memory Woods.
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Kathleen Lowe

Posted at 05:22pm
So sorry to hear about your Dad.

Heartfelt Sympathies

Posted at 02:05pm
Bob, Thinking of you and your sisters at this time. Robert Abrames

Lynn and Bruce MacGillivray

Posted at 08:53am
Our sincere sympathy to you in your loss.

Gerald Charlebois

Posted at 10:00am
I'm very sorry to hear that Uncle Jim passed away. To Bob, June, and Joanne my deepest condolences. Jim and Janette where always my favorite uncle an aunt and you guys were always my fav cousins. Sorry I haven't kept in touch as much as I should, but life takes strange turns. Please pass on my sympathies to the rest of the family and please take care of yourselves.

Brian & Madeleine McMenamin (Faubert)

Posted at 01:09am
To Bob and all the family
Our deepest sympathy for the loss of your Dad/loved one. Our thoughts
and prayers are with you in these difficult times. He shared many stories
about the past which I enjoyed very much every time I visited him. He will
be missed, may he rest in peace, as the memories he leaves behind will remain
in our hearts forever.
Brian & Madeleine McMenamin (Faubert)

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