Christopher Graham
February 24, 1969 - April 24, 2011
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Christopher Alan Graham, 42, of Port Charlotte passed away April 24, 2011 in his home. He was born February 22, 1969 in Windsor Canada. He and his family moved to Port Charlotte in 1998 from Michigan. He is survived by his wife Dotti, daughter Alyshia, sons, Sean and Bradley, and his mother Esther Susin. Brothers,…

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Dotti Graham left a message on March 6, 2016:
Miss you daily.
Dotti Graham left a message on March 6, 2016:
Thinking of you and missing you daily.
Hoss and Bettiann Jones left a message on April 28, 2011:
Chris became a very good friend to me outside of work. I enjoyed his company and some one I could easily talk with. He could sometimes be crazy but fun. I know he Loved his children Alyshia, Sean, and Bradley. He spoke highly of them all. I know he enjoyed the outdoors, motorcycles, boating, and just plain having fun. I will miss him and his friendship a great deal. Harley our dog will miss seeing Alyshia. If there is any way we can help please let us know. Our prayers are with you, God Bless you all during this time of grief.
Marcia left a message on April 29, 2011:
I worked with Chris for many years. He was always there for the girls in the office at Venice Minerals, if it was to bury a cat, help a handicap person with the ramp for her Van, put a desk,chair,bookcase together. Fix a door, whatever. But the most fun was the animals he would bring to show us and the Jeep ride past boundaries that were not supposed to go into. I missed him when he left and I miss him now. I am going to wear a shirt to the memorial service even though it has holes in it, because he liked it. I'm sorry for everyone that loved him, it is a great lost.
Scott Barber left a message on April 30, 2011:
Chris was one of the best person's, I have ever had a chance to meet. In the years of working with him, I never seen him angry, rude, nor give up on anything. If you wanted to talk to him, whether about work, or anything else, the conversation was not going to be short. I am so happy to say now, that I always listened to him, whether if I was in a rush or not. If Chris was not there to help me fix something, I knew if I called him, the man could walk me through the steps of either fixing something, or pin pointing the problem. Im talking about either a truck, tugboat, crane, anything. We were diffidently, lucky, and proud to have him working with us at Kelly Brothers. Recently, Kelly Brothers was starting a job, that required us needing a certain type of crane. The crane that we needed, we had. The problem, it was sitting around, not used for over 10 years. We rolled the dice, and asked Chris to bring it back to life. He did, and the crane ran, and looked amazing! That was one of many projects, done by him, that would simply make you say---WOW! We work alot, and dedicate alot of our time at Kelly Brothers, and we are almost like a close family. He did whatever he could to fit his role, as a worker, a friend, and a guy willing to listen to you no matter what. I am going to miss him very much, and I know, so is everyone else. My deepest condolences go out to his family, which he mentioned often. I will never forget -Chris Grahm- -Scott Barber-
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Carlos and Jose left a message on May 3, 2011:
Chris, We will miss your friendship and your presence. We had great times working together and we will always remember the best times you shared with us. Your are really the best co-worker. Carlos and Jose
Richard Blake left a message on May 10, 2011:
I have known Chris as a friend for many years. We met at Boat US while looking for boat parts. He offered to come over and look at a problem we were having with the boat. It was his way always willing to give. It was a challange but he got that old Mitsubishi running like a Swiss Watch. After that we took many overnight trips to Cao Costa for sunset parties. One trip in particular I will alway remember. After several beverages he borrowed a vintage zipo lighter from a friend of mine. Flipped it open and lit it in one motion and lit his cigarette. Then as casual as could be flipped the lighter over the side like he was throwing a match in the water. Needless to say I laughed till my side hurt. The owner of the lighter was not so impressed but he went below and retrived another lighter from his luggage. Aout an hour and additional large quantities of beverages later Chris asked to borrow the lighter again. Thats right he did the same thing again and we laughed like crazy men. The next time we came down to the boat Chris gave him two vintage zipo lighters to replace the ones that went overboard. After that every time I saw him I would greet him with" Hay chris can I borrow your lighter" and we would laugh like crazy. Everyone around us would look at us like we had two heads and say what is so funny about that. We would just smile and say you had to be there. I will miss him and the fun times we had together. I pray his suffering is over and he is in a better place. I will miss him greatly and am sad that he left us to soon. Richard P Blake Captian "Private Reserve" Port Charlotte, Fl.
Lori little left a message on May 12, 2011:
Chris was a beautiful person with a very kind soul. He will Be missed and remain in my heart forever. God bless his Family and give them strength and piece.
Dotti Graham left a message on July 23, 2011:
Almost 3 months have gone by and I still can't believe you're gone. I think of you daily and miss you so much, somedays I just want to pick up the phone and call you then I remember I can't. Chris you were my best friend and I knew you were there for me and the kids no matter what. I will raise Alyshia the way I know you would want, her brothers will keep the boys away!! I hope you look in on us, as I know we still need you. I love you more than words could ever explain. Rest in peace my love.
tim left a message on September 25, 2011:
i worked with chris for almost 7 years at venice minerals. i can honestly say he was a true friend to me. he is the one that showed me what a professional miner was all about. i will miss him deeply. i will miss the fun times we had an the long talks. my familys deepest sympthy go out to dotti an the kids. god speed chris.... god speed......
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