Born in 1928 Graham lived through WW2 as a young boy! His stories from that time were incredible and he loved nothing more than chatting about them over a cup of tea and a shortbread biscuit. At 16 he enrolled in the Royal Airforce however the war ended shortly after, yet he still got to fly in the Lancaster bombers and meet prisoners of war, who he said were some of the nicest people he had met. He went on to marry his wife Ruby and have one son Keith and enjoyed his career as a delivery driver. Later he became a grandfather to three grandchildren. He loved his garden growing strawberries!
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This tree is for my grandfather who died of Covid! He would often say this pandemic was worse than living through WW2 as you could always see the German bombers!
Yet his philosophy on life was ‘what will be will be’
A Personal Message
Everybody who met him would say what a true gentleman he was! And to us, he was the kindest, generous grandfather!
His blitz spirit would carry him through his 92 years of “what will be will be” his favourite saying!
Father, father-in-law, grandfather and great-grandfather, he will be missed and remembered everyday especially when we eat a shortbread biscuit!! Until we meet again xxx