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Graham DavidGRAHAM, David Ehud - (February 8, 1941 - March 8, 2017) -

Strong. Capable. Fiercely loyal with an Irishman’s gift for wit, charm and obstinance.
Musician. Storyteller. Nature Enthusiast. Pilot. Lover of big sloppy dogs and flying machines.

Lifelong Norland resident and loving husband to Beverly for 54 years.

Proud father of Russell (Loretta) and Kelly (Robert), and grandfather to Becky, David, Rosie, Graham and Gabriel. Dave will be missed by his siblings Koli Graham (Alma, predeceased), Norm Graham (Mary), Ruth Janke (Rudy, predeceased) and Frances Hartwick (Mel), his step grandchildren and step great-grandchild, and his many nieces and nephews in whose lives he was a strong and positive influence. He is predeceased by his brother Alex (Helen) and sister Ethel.

Family, friends and neighbours are invited to celebrate his life by sharing music and stories at an Irish wake, 2:00 - 6:00 P.M. on Saturday, April 1st at the Coboconk Legion, 2916 County Road 48, Coboconk. Guests are encouraged to bring their musical instruments and their memories to honour a life well-lived and a man well-loved.

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Graham DavidGRAHAM, David Ehud - (February 8, 1941 - March 8, 2017) -

Strong. Capable. Fiercely loyal with an Irishman’s gift for wit, charm and obstinance.
Musician. Storyteller. Nature Enthusiast. Pilot. Lover of big sloppy dogs and flying machines.

Lifelong Norland resident and loving husband to Beverly for 54 years.

Proud father of Russell (Loretta) and Kelly (Robert), and grandfather to Becky, David, Rosie, Graham and Gabriel. Dave will be missed by his siblings Koli Graham (Alma, predeceased), Norm Graham (Mary), Ruth Janke (Rudy, predeceased) and Frances Hartwick (Mel), his step grandchildren and step great-grandchild, and his many nieces and nephews in whose lives he was a strong and positive influence. He is predeceased by his brother Alex (Helen) and sister Ethel.

Family, friends and neighbours are invited to celebrate his life by sharing music and stories at an Irish wake, 2:00 - 6:00 P.M. on Saturday, April 1st at the Coboconk Legion, 2916 County Road 48, Coboconk. Guests are encouraged to bring their musical instruments and their memories to honour a life well-lived and a man well-loved.

KawarthaObituaries.com

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