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Jack Graham

Sunset: May 29, 2022

Jack Graham son of Verno and Vermell R. Graham was born January 22, 1943 in Cades, South Carolina. He was raised in Cades, SC and educated in Williamsburg County Schools.

At an early age he accepted Christ as his personal Savior and joined Mt Beulah United Methodist Church in Cades. While living in Bladenboro, North Carolina, Jack was a member of First Baptist Church of Bladenboro North Carolina under Rev AC Jones and Rev Gregory Taylor. Upon retirement, he reunited with Mt. Beulah United Methodist Church under Pastor Benjamin Graham where he was a member of the Trustee Committee.

After dedicating over 30 years of self-employment in brick masonry, he retired and lived in Kingstree South Carolina.

On Sunday, May 29, 2022, Jack departed this life at Kingstree Nursing Home. He is predeceased in death by his parents and four brothers: James Graham, Dave Graham, Ray Graham, and Nathaniel Graham.
Jack was a very outgoing and loving person who was well known in the community. He had a great love for his family and friends and touched the lives of many and will always be remembered.
His loving memories shall be cherished by: His wife Rosa Mae Graham of Rochester, NY; four daughters: Selena Green (David) of Athens, AL, Yanick Quattlebaum (Isaiah) of Lake City, SC, Kimberely Harris (Bill) of Hoover, AL, and SeKesha Graham Chestnut (Daniel) of Wendell, NC; one son: Bryan Graham of Kernersville, NC; six granddaughters: Brianna S. Dancey, Breana Graham, Erika Quattlebaum, Gabby Chestnut, Zaria Chestnut and Kennedi Graham; two stepsons: Carlton Burrows and Leslie A. Ross, Jr. of Rochester, NY; one stepdaughter: Shamika Dillon (Deverin) of Rochester, NY; step grandson: Devin Dillon; one sister: Vernestine Scott (Leroy) of Lake City, SC: five sisters-in-law: Betsy Graham and Jannie Mae Graham of Lake City, SC, Loretta Surgeon of St. Stevens, SC, Flory Burrows and Frances Cray of Rochester, NY; brother-in-law: David Burrows of Rochester, NY and a host of nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends, all who held a special place in his heart.

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