Robert “Bob” Harry Graham

Born August 27, 1948 in Meshoppen, Pennsylvania
Departed July 6, 2024 in Palm Bay, Florida

Robert “Bob” Harry Graham, aged 75, of Palm Bay, Florida, passed away on July 6, 2024. Born on August 27, 1948, in Meshoppen, Pennsylvania, he was a devoted family man known for his love of the outdoors and a cold Bud Light.

Bob graduated from Satellite High School and furthered his education at Brevard Community College. He served honorably in the Army from March 7, 1967 to February 28, 1970, and again from February 3, 1977 to February 12, 1979. His career spanned over 17 years at L3Harris as an engineering technician in the aerospace sector, where he applied his skills and dedication.

Bob’s passions included spending quality time with his family and fishing, a hobby that brought him much joy and peace. He is survived by his brother Kevin; sister Debra; children Bonnie (Jeremy Hall), Ricky (Christie), and Robert (Savannah); daughter Sabine; stepchildren Gerald Davis (Emma), Nicole Davis, and Chad Davis; grandchildren Garrett, Dean, Colt, Laurie, Lexi, and Daisy and many great-grandchildren.

He was preceded in death by his father Ernest E. Graham; mother Esther M. (Stage); sister Bonnie Lee Galloway and wife Kathy (Davis).

Services will be held at Cape Canaveral National Cemetery in December 2024. Bob’s life, marked by service, family, and a love of nature, will be deeply missed and forever cherished by those who knew him.

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John Weber from Indialantic wrote on July 12, 2024:
Bob, it was my honor to have known you and to have work with you for so many years. Bob would have given you the shirt off of his back. It is and always been hard to find a true friend and he will be hard to forget. He will be on that perfect ocean running his boat trolling a few baits behind the boat. Catch em up Bob.
Rainman & Pokey from Palm Bay wrote on July 11, 2024:
Ours hearts are sadden, but thankful you are no longer in pain. I know we knew each other over 20 some years. You and Kathy were the only ones we hung out with, we always had the time of our lives. I remember when you and I worked together at Sun plumbing, we gave them a run for their money 😍😍😍 they never knew what was up. Thank you for always being a fantastic friend. You never gave me the stink eye when I called you My Bobby Boy. You would just smile, Kathy would shake her head. Such fantastic memories you have left us. RIP in My Bobby Boy Love you and you’ll be deeply missed. Rainman and I will have a cold one for you.
John Hollister wrote on July 10, 2024:
Rest in Peace Bob
Ron and Sharon Hall from Palm Bay wrote on July 10, 2024:
You were very Blessed Bob and so are we . Because our son Jeremy married your Beautiful and kind hearted Daughter Bonnie. Then came our Garrett. Who we know you loved dearly and he you his PaPa Bob. Be at peace Bob
Garrett Hall wrote on July 10, 2024:
I love you Papa Bob. Thank you for all the good fishing trips. We will miss you.
Tamalyn Carr from Micco wrote on July 10, 2024:
It is still hard to think that I can’t just go bs with him when he feels like pestering me or I feel like being a pain to him. I haven’t known Bob my whole life but the last 4 years I’ve known him has impacted my life and my kids life immensely. I’ve grown to look at him as more than a friend he was and is family. My kids know him as Grampa Bob. We love and cherish everything he ever did for us be it someone to talk to or taking us in when he didn’t even know us. We spent countless nights talking crap and watching fishing shows just enjoying the back and forth picking on us and picking on you…Bob, you were a kind hearted and loving man and anyone that had the joy of having you be in their life was honestly blessed. I love you so much and I’m thankful that I met you and had the privilege to call you my family.
Garrett Hall wrote on July 10, 2024:
I love you Papa Bob. We will miss you. I’ll make sure to drink a beer for you.
Gordon and Annie Wilson from Palm Bay wrote on July 10, 2024:
Rest In Peace Dear Bob, it was an honor to know you and we miss you, Buster, Larry, Curly and Moe. Thank You for Your Service, may God love and keep you. Our condolences to your wonderful family, much love always. Gordon and Annie.
steven O'Donnell from Palm Bay wrote on July 10, 2024:
We will miss you very much
Ramona Frias from Palm Bay, Florida wrote on July 10, 2024:
Rest in peace. You will be missed by all.
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