Barthel Funeral Home


Robert "Bob" Douglas Graham

December 20, 1955December 30, 2020

It is with heavy hearts that we announce the sudden passing of Robert (Bob) Graham on December 30th, 2020 at the age of 65.

He is survived by his beloved wife Nancy Graham, son Scott Graham (Ashley), daughter Lori Graham, his pride-and-joy grandsons Easton and Dominic, brother Peter Graham (Nancy), sister Barb Pulling (Andy), and all of his nieces, nephews and friends. He will be deeply missed by his two golden retriever fur babies Harley and Finnigan. Bob was predeceased by his father Frederick Graham and mother Dorothy Graham (Bround) and Nana Annie Bround. Bob was an avid fisherman. On weekends you would hear about his fish stories, which he shared with his children Scott and Lori. He also enjoyed boating and spending quality time up north with his wife Nancy of 42 years and family in Muskoka. Bob was an electrical contractor by trade. He worked at Babcock and Wilcox for 25 years before starting his own business in the hot tub and electrical field. He was caring, wise, family-orientated, and a loyal gentleman who would do anything to help you. He will be forever missed for his wisdom, his great sense of humour which will be carried on by his children (as Easton would call him: “Silly Grandpa”), and his strong work ethic. We suffer much only because we loved him so much, what happiness to know that we shall join him once again to love him once more. Cremation has taken place, and a Celebration of Life is to follow at a later date. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Cambridge Humane Society would be appreciated.


Robert "Bob" Douglas Graham

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Bruce Jones

January 16, 2021

Sometimes we move into a community and wonder if we paid too much for the house. We then come to realize that one of our neighbours is a top-notch, people person like Bob Graham. A man whose delightful spirit leads us to conclude that we didn't pay enough.
My condolences to the Graham family at this difficult time.

Jim Defrain

January 11, 2021

Nancy, Scott, Lori - I'm very saddened to hear that Bob has passed away. I'm know this is very difficult for you all but you have many great memories to cherish and look back on. He always made me laugh with a good story or joke and seemed so jovial. He lived life to the fullest, never one to pass up an opportunity. He will be missed by many, a hole is left behind for sure. Be well!


Matthew and Jenna Lantz

January 9, 2021

Bob will be remembered for his constant smile, happy, kind demeanor and the ability to make those around him feel special. Bob was the type of man who after you met him would make you say what a great guy. His kindness and generosity will live on through his children and grandchildren. Thank you Bob for bringing kindness and happiness to all those you touched.

Grace-Anne Bowey

January 6, 2021

Deepest condolences to Nancy, Scott, Lori, Barb, Peter and families
So sorry for your loss, keep your many wonderful memories close to your hearts❤️
I wanted to share this memory with all of you!
Photo taken at Barb & Andy’s wedding in the back yard of the Graham family home.
Rest In Peace dear Bob🙏
Grace-Anne Bowey

Greg and Mary Poweska

January 4, 2021

Dear Nancy, Lori, Scott, Ashley, Dominic and Easton,
Our deepest sympathy and condolences to your family. Bob was a good friend and will remain forever in our hearts. I worked with Bob for twenty plus years and we became life long buddies. Even after our departure from B & W, we remained steadfast friends with Bob and all of his family. Bob will be remembered for his many stories, his kindness, sense of humour and work ethics. Our two families grew up together and we enjoyed many fun and memorable adventures. His passing will be missed by all of us. We love you guys.
Greg and Mary Poweska

April & Fred Hasan

January 3, 2021

We are so sorry for your loss. Bob has always been a great friend to us and we have always appreciated his advice and mentorship in our business. Genuinely kind and caring to everyone, we are blessed to have had him in our lives.

Janet Corking

January 3, 2021

Nancy, I am deeply saddened to hear of Bobs passing. I remember how happy he was to visit Dr Poweska and l smile when I think of how although he hated dentistry he always came!
Much love to you and your family from me here
In the U.K.
Janet corking.

Bernice Karn

January 3, 2021

Nancy and family - I am so very sorry to hear of Bob's passing. We only met once at the family reunion, but I could tell that he was a warm and kind person. My condolences to you and may his memory be a blessing.

Joe &Jayne McGrath

January 3, 2021

Nancy and Family

Sorry for your loss Bob was a good person and I always enjoyed his humour when I worked with Bob at B & W. He always shared his knowledge with everyone around him .
Way to soon to loose a good person .

Joe & Jayne McGrath

Carter and Virginia Fancy

January 2, 2021

Nancy and Family
Our deepest sympathy. Carter and Bob worked at B&W and became good friends. Always a sense of humor, never serious. We enjoyed his telephone calls. We were shocked to hear about Bob's passing. He will be truly missed. Carter and Virginia Fancy