Condolence: We both worked with Graham in the 70’s and 80’s and are very saddened to hear about his passing. Though it’s been quite a few years since we last saw him we remembered him with much fondness and laughter at the many antics that he was a part of. He has always held a special place in our hearts as we spent our first date sailing from Port Credit to Toronto and back on his sailboat. We’ll be married 40 years next year and have often shared this story over the years. May he Rest In Peace.
Condolence: I cannot express in words the great sadness I felt upon learning of Graham’s passing. He was a true and selfless friend. Though we had lost touch in recent years, I have often reflected back on our morning chats at “the office” and the unwavering comfort and support he offered to me during what was a particularly difficult time in my life. I can’t imagine the depth of the loss you must feel at this time Pat. He was a true gentleman, a loyal friend, and one of a kind. We are all thinking of you and your family.
Condolence: So sorry to hear of this news, worked with graham for many years, considered him to be a very good friend, we had talked of getting together this summer, he was a weird, wacky British gentleman, will miss you my friend, many wonderful memories of you, so sorry for your loss pat
Condolence: I am saddened beyond words at Graham's passing.
He was one of the first people to welcome me to my new career 38 years ago.
A truer gentleman one could never find...
Weird and wacky, and wonderful!!
I shall continue to speak his name, Pat.
Rest you gentle, Graham