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Charles S. Zeiler & Son Inc.

6224 Eastern Ave, Baltimore, MD

OBITUARY

Graham Lee Unglesbee

October 5, 1993February 27, 2020

On February 27, 2020, Graham Lee Unglesbee passed away suddenly. He was the beloved son of Ross and Dawn Unglesbee; loving brother of the late Michelle Reid; devoted grandson of Peggy Sprecher and the late Bill Sprecher, and Robert and Mary Unglesbee. Graham is survived by many loving extended family members and friends. Relatives and friends are invited for a Celebration of Life service on March 7th, at 2pm, at the West Liberty United Methodist Church, 20400 West Liberty RD, White Hall, MD 21161.

Services

  • Celebration of Life Saturday, March 7, 2020

Memories

Graham Lee Unglesbee

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Cheryl Wehr

March 3, 2020

Graham, I will always feel that you were one of my own children. You and Zach are 7 months apart and you shared the same playpen, sandbox. You learned to ride bikes together and playing in the woods. Always the last two at the bus stop. You were always so helpful doing things for me (climbing a ladder to put Christmas lights on my roof) because I had to have Christmas lights! Always the leftover king, what will Janice do now that she can't send you extra dinners. I will miss your "Hey Squirrely " when I get out of my car in the evenings. I will miss you so my sweet Graham.

Kevin Liebig

March 2, 2020

Such great memories with such a wonderful young boy soon to be young man - I moved in to the neighborhood during 2002 to see such a :-) :-)smiling face helping me unpack the move truck and then shortly after going to different bike races with me and ultimately allow me the blessing of being a big brother. You will be missed and loved by many as we continue on our pilgrimage home I pray peace and comfort for all the love ones and blessings from the heavenly‘s

Dawn Unglesbee

March 1, 2020

Graham will always be my little Pumba. There for a while he didnt know is real name. We had so many nick names for him. Little Wittle, Graham Cracker, Thumper, Graham Alamba Ding Ding, Cheese Boy (which he hated) were just a few. He loved dumpster diving, sometimes I would not allow the items in my house Lol, he did love to eat, and man, could he eat. He always liked going to the casino too. He went every chance he could go with us. He will be missed dearly, but I know Michelle is up there taking care of him.

Jason Roberts

March 1, 2020

I met Graham through working with a moving company. He was my favorite co-worker. I always looked forward to working with him. He had the best sense of humor and would have us cracking up laughing in the truck all the time. I'll never forget the time me and our boss pranked Graham. While Graham was inside the house on a moving job taking a bed apart me and Lejon wrapped Grahams car in saran wrap. When he came out to the truck and saw his car he thought it was hilarious.
Graham was kind, generous, hard working and more than a co-worker to me. I considered him a friend. He will surely be missed.

Stephanie Askins

February 29, 2020

Graham would always come down and visit for the Summers. We put him to work filling up holes with dirt in our pastures with the golf cart and he played on a dirt pile forever . It kept him so occupied and out in the clean fresh air.
We took him to the horse shows with us. He cleaned horse stalls, filled water buckets did anything he could to make a dollar everybody really loved him and enjoy time with him they are my fondest memories of his childhood. He actually made more money than we did showing the horses he was always up early ready to work. Got to love my nephew

Karin Hinzmann

February 28, 2020

I remember Graham from when he was a child visiting his aunt Stephanie in Virginia and coming to the horse shows with us. He was very well liked and fun to be around... he made pretty good money cleaning stalls for the trainers at the show :) ... I wish we could turn back time.

Molly Hall

February 28, 2020

My favorite memory was when Graham was about 3 years old and I was watching him he told his parents that “he didn’t like my car”. This beautiful blue eyed boy was adorable . I love you Graham RIP my sweet God child. You had the best parents who loved you wholeheartedly.

FROM THE FAMILY
FROM THE FAMILY