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Thursday March 24th, 2016
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Thursday March 24th, 2016

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Curtis Graham, Jr.

Curtis Graham, Jr. was born on March 15, 1930 in Wayne County, Mississippi. He was the son of the late Curtis Sr. and Pearly Gilmore-Graham. He attended school in Wayne County, MS. His family later moved to Albany NY and in 1953, he was drafted into the United Stated Army and served as a Military Policeman until he was honorably discharged in 1955. He became a construction worker and continued in this line of work until 1989. Curtis was preceded in death by his parents and his two brothers, Joseph Graham and Genoris Graham. He leaves to cherish his memories, his wife of 36 years, Willie Dale Patton-Graham of Gulfport, MS: his sons Curtis Graham (Angelia) of D’Iberville, MS; Michael Moulton of Schenectady, NY; Anthony Terrell Patton of Gulfport, MS and Michael D. Patton (Terry) of Stone Mountain, Georgia; Two daughters, Dr. Allanda Small-Campbell (Kevin) of Mobile, AL and Brandy D. Kelly of Hurst, TX; One sister, Mary Catherine Graham of Albany, NY and brother, Lee (Willie) Graham of Albany, NY. Seven brother-in-laws: Henry & Clara McCann of Albany, NY; James & Lucille McCann of Gulfport MS; Robert & Lovie Thompson of Gulfport, MS; Warren & Carolyn Patton of Dallas, TX; George Montgomery of Dallas TX; Tommy Patton of Lawton, OK; Alexander Patton of Waynesboro, MS and five sister-in-laws: Weter & John Earl of Albany, NY; Faye & Curtis McFarland of Waynesboro, MS; Beatrice Everett of Waynesbro, MS; Marilyn Kelly of Las Vegas, Nevada; Eretta & Leroy Hartfield of Hattiesburg, MS and ten grandsons, four granddaughters, two great- granddaughters and a host of nieces and nephews. Curtis' church affiliation(s) include: Wilborn Temple Church (COGIC) of Albany NY, Tabernacle of Prayer (COGIC) in Hattiesburg, MS and most recently, Progressive Missionary Baptist Church of Gulfport, MS. Brother Graham loved God, family, food, work, music and was an avid fan of professional wrestling. The family of Mr. Curtis Graham, Jr. has entrusted his care to the professional staff of RICHMOND-AUGUST FUNERAL HOME.

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