In Loving Memory
William ‘Bill’ Johnston Graham


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In Loving Memory
William ‘Bill’ Johnston Graham
Beloved Husband, Dad and Granda.
Forever in our hearts.

A Funeral Service for

Bill Graham will be held at 
Blue Hills Residences Country Club
125-135 Berwick-Cranbourne Road,
Cranbourne East on

Wednesday 25th May 2022 

commencing at 11:30 a.m.
A private cremation will follow.

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  1. My heart is breaking for you all. I’m sorry for your devastating loss, my love and thoughts are with you during this sad time.
    I spent a lot of my teen years with you all and I have so many loving and beautiful memories which I will treasure always.
    hank you for allowing me to be part of your beautiful family.
    My love always
    Tracy xoxo

    Tracy Pearce
  2. I am so privileged to have met Bill a gentleman and a wonderful family man. Rest In Peace as you look down over your family with loving care. Condolences to you all girls it’s just so unfair xx ….Glennie

    Glenda Partridge
  3. Truly heartbroken to hear of Uncle Billys passing. He was a special man, devoted to Aunty Mary and his beautiful daughters, yet still had enough love left over for all his grandchildren and extended family.
    Not everyone is lucky to experience a loving family home growing up, but our parents certainly showed us the true meaning of family. It’s that legacy that will get you all through these difficult days/weeks/months ahead but just as he showed you; together you will support each other and continue to make him proud.
    Sending all our love from England xoxo

    Carol, Tony,Nicole & Ryan
  4. We have known you, Billy, Mary and the girls for many years and have Newtownards, Northern Ireland in common. Many a laugh we have enjoyed with you over the years reminiscing about people and places we knew but especially the oddballs that came from our home town.
    Billy, you loved a good laugh and the four of us always found plenty to amuse us and even argue about, silly things like street names from back home. I was known to ring my sister in Northern Ireland to settle an argument after a heated discussion about one street or another that used to exist in our childhood but that had been flattened to make way for progress!!
    Billy, we loved you and we will miss you but we promise to care for Mary for as long as we are here on earth ourselves.

    Sheila and Joe Thonpson
  5. Remembering the good old days in Bangor and Team Knock Racing.
    Sending our Sincere Condolences to you Mary your lovely girls Linda,Wilma,Carol and all the Family Circle.
    Our thoughts and prayers are with you at this sad time.

    Michael and Gretta Craig
  6. Dear Mary and Girls we are extremely sorry to hear of your loss of Billy with respect Stuart Cheryl and family

    Stuart Cheryl Jackson
  7. Mary, Wilma, Brett , Mikey, Tash, Jay and the extended family. Sending you all a million hugs every day. I leave you with this poem which I thought was beautiful for this time.

    As I sit in heaven and watch you everyday,
    I try to let you know with signs I never went away,
    I hear you when you’re laughing and watch you when you sleep,
    I even place my arms around you to calm you as you weep,
    I see you wish the days away begging to have me home,
    So I try to send you signs so you know you’re not alone,
    Don’t feel guilty that you have life that was denied to me,
    Heaven is truely beautiful just you wait and see,
    So live your life, laugh again, enjoy yourself, be free,
    Then I know with every breath you take you’ll be taking one for me.

    Kylie, Felix and Samuel
  8. Hi Mary Linda, Wilma and Carol. (and all families) Beautiful service! I don’t know how you did that eulogy. just like we did at Mum’s service! many thanks for the link, it all worked great. love you all to bits . Jack and Dianne.

    jack white