In Loving Memory
Peter James “Bonga” Graham


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Family and friends are warmly
invited to celebrate the life of
Peter “Bonga” Graham
in the
Stratus Chapel at
Bunurong Memorial Park,
790 Frankston-Dandenong Road,
Dandenong South on
Wednesday 29th November 2023.
commencing at 2:30 p.m.
A private cremation will follow.

No flowers by request.
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South East Palliative Care.
A link to make a donation is
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  1. Dear Kerry, Belinda, Mark & Family,
    Please accept our deepest sympathy and condolences on the passing of our dear cousin Bonga.
    May He Rest In Peace.

    Gary Amy Murphy & Family
  2. My deepest condolences to you all at this devastating time. I will always remember Peter as a fun loving larger than life guy who always had a smile on his face.

    Paul Trotter
  3. We only connected a few times in our life But you were always that special cousin . Fun loving and very kind . You will missed by all and especially your loving family

    Carmel McNaughton
  4. We are in shock condolences to Kerry and family . We were only talking to him not long ago and looking forward to catching up with him and Kerry in Parkes in January 2024. A True Gentleman RIP Pete and Kerry our thoughts are with you at this very sad time xox

    Darryl and Betty Catlin
  5. To Kerry, Belinda, Mark & Family,

    Please accept our deepest condolences for your loss.

    Peter was a good friend to me and our family for many years, decades in fact.

    We worked together, went camping in Dargo with my sons and their families. Peter and I didn’t fish very much, we left it to the others and young Jason, he loved it. We laughed and even cried together over the years.

    I will miss the phone calls we had every few days. Cheryl and myself will miss him coming around for coffee and chocolate biscuits he wasn’t supposed to have, and talking about his grand kids, the girls playing basketball, and Toms football.

    Peter, we are proud to have been your friend and we will miss you deeply.

    Rest in peace my good mate, until we all meet again.

    Peter, Cheryl & the Langhans Family
  6. To my mate, cousin and brother, words cannot say how I feel. My thoughts were with you whilst you underwent the pain and torture. There was nothing I could do to help. All you thought about was how was Melanie. She is hurting also. She has lost her chemo buddy. You took her mind off herself as she was worried about you. At the moment she is on the other side of the world but you will be in her thoughts. I think 6 handed euchre every day., cutthroat with the players, Tom, Coral, Jimmy, Brian and Kevin. I am sure Wendy will fill the other chair. Waiting in the wings will be deal, deal me in Nip, with Ron and Pat. Don’t forget Nana Sargent too. No more pain for you my mate. Rest in piece. I will help Kerry when she wants, don’t worry.

    Peter John Graham ( The real one)
  7. Dear Kerry & family.
    My heart goes out to you all. My cousin & chemo buddy has now found his pain free peace. I wish I could be there with you all on Wednesday but sadly can’t make it as i am in Norway. Pete also sends his thoughts to you. I will live life with him in my heart. Thinking of you all at this time. Love Mel & Pete.

    Melanie Knowles