Graham Wesley Fall was born to Hilda and Wes on February 26, 1934 at the Lady Grey Hospital in Nipawin. Graham began school in 1940 in Nipawin and left January 1st, 1951 and went to work dray for his mother until 1952. After this Graham went trucking for Malcolm in 1956 in Moose Jaw.
On February 1955 Graham married Sylvia Wiebe. Together they raised four boys, Wesley, Robert, James and William (Bill).
When he returned from Moose Jaw, Graham went to work for Myer Brothers as truck driver and cat skinner. In 1961 he went to work for Eikel and Lomsnes Construction in Meadow Lake. In 1969 he worked for Allen Corbert as truck driver. In 1970 Graham went to work for Pelican Spruce Mills in Boyle, AB. The mill was sold to Al Owens but kept the same name. Graham worked at the mill until 1994 when the mill was again sold.
In 1994 Graham and Sylvia retired to their acreage north of White Fox. In 2007 they made the move to Nipawin.
Graham loved to plant large, beautiful gardens. Many people were the lucky recipients of the produce. Graham liked to take his dog and spend the day picking blueberries. Graham enjoyed history and reminiscing with people. Graham loved to listen to the old country music.
Graham was very generous with his time and knowledge. He will be missed by everyone who knew and loved him.
Graham was predeceased by his parents Hilda and Wes, his stepfather Harry Olsen and his son James, in 1997.
Graham is survived by Sylvia, his loving wife of 63 years, his sons Wesley (Tamara), Robert, Bill (Natalie). Grandchildren Cody, Grant (Ashley), Jessica (Ben), Mandy, Justin (Jocelyn) and Morgan (Toni). Great grandchildren Hailey, Aiden, Allie Grace, Boden, James, Austin, Brody and Mackenzie. As well as many, many friends.
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