Graham Andrew Haskell

April 11, 1983April 8, 2018

Graham Andrew Haskell, 34, of E. Harwich, MA died at home on Sun. April 8 following a long struggle with drug addiction.

He was the beloved son of Jeffrey P. Haskell of E. Harwich and Judith Blair of Glendale, AZ; brother of Robert J. Haskell of Glendale, AZ; nephew of Steven C. Haskell of Yarmouth, Robert E. Haskell of Orleans, Kristine Philbrick and Beth Anne Haskell both of Mansfield, MA.

He was born on April 11, 1983 at Cape Cod Hospital and attended Nauset Regional High School.

Graham loved snowboarding, music and playing guitar. In his early 20’s he enjoyed traveling to Maine, California and Colorado, where he was a snowboard instructor.

Visitation will be held on Fri. April 13 at Nickerson Funeral Home, 77 Eldredge Pkwy, Orleans, MA from 9 am to 12 noon.

In lieu of flowers donations may be made to Harwich Fire and Rescue, 175 Sisson Rd., Harwich, MA 02645 or Lower Cape Outreach, 19 Brewster Cross Rd., Orleans, MA 02653. For online condolences please visit


  • Visiting Hours Friday, April 13, 2018

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Ricky Carlsen

April 13, 2018

It seems so long ago hanging out with you Graham, and now we'll never be able to have that catch up again meet. Your soul is full of light! Take care of our friends and family up there for us. You will be missed.

Bobby Lopes

April 13, 2018

Knew you a long time we had our ups an downs but we were always cool. All I can say is breakfast sausages an laugh knowing you'd be laughing right with me. Be at peace.

Dianne Rosenlund

April 12, 2018

You were a sweet young man who smile brightened my day. I'm sorry your not here. But I hope now you can rest. My boys will miss you and so Will I. Rest my sweet angel.

Janice Otis

April 12, 2018

This makes me so sad and so scared. I remember Graham playing with the kids at the beach when they were all so little and the only thing we worried about was sun screen. I am so sorry Jeff and Judy. Drug addiction is such is hard thing to fight. RIP Graham..... you are a peace now.

Maggie 'n Russ Crosby

April 11, 2018

So saddened to hear of Graham's passing. Our thoughts, prayers and love go out to you all. Thank you for sharing his struggle.. Awareness is key. This battle is shared by too many.

Deborah Bennett

April 11, 2018

Rip Gram ,may God give peace to your family.

Mark (Nick) Egan

April 11, 2018

Graham,I'm so sorry. I hope your father,mother,brother,and family know that you were loved by many and fought a hard battle. I'm so sorry I wasn't there for you buddy. You are an amazing,artistic,talented soul. I'll never forget you dude,my brother Joe as well. See you on the other side homie.

Heather Francis

April 10, 2018

Although i did not personally know this young man, i do know his struggle with addiction. I will continue to pray for his family, loved ones, and friends. I applaud your honesty in sharing his cause of leaving this world. You are raising awareness, you are helping stop the stigma, and you are making the disease of addiction be seen as just that... a life threatening disease. Please know i am thinking of you all.

Cindi McDonald

April 10, 2018

I am so sorry to hear this sad news, we spent a lot of fun times with our children, I remember Graham and his baseball cards, he and I would look at them all the time. May he Rest In Peace in Gods hands. Bless you all. I love you.

Stephanie Fields

April 9, 2018

Judy & Family,
I am sad to hear about Graham's passing. I have fond memories of babysitting for the boys during the late late 80's and early 90's off of Route 28 in Orleans. Back in the days of Rick and the Barley Neck Inn. Know that I am sending you all love and light.