Pat Graham

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Patricia (Pat) Ann Graham passed away Thursday, November 22, 2018. Family and friends will gather to celebrate her life of 81 years at 11:00 AM on Monday, November, 26, 2018, at Southcrest Baptist Church, Lubbock. A tribute of Pat’s life may be found at www.memorialdesigners.net, where you may leave memories and expressions of sympathy for her family.

Pat was born on October 15, 1937 to the late Frank and Alice (Bigbee) Hyatt in Paducah, Texas, and lived in Amarillo most of her life.  She went to Horace Mann Junior High School, Amarillo High School and graduated from the first graduating class of Palo Duro High School.  She was always a cheerleader; very active in Future Homemakers of America, holding many offices; and was a strong contributor to many community events. While working at Heath Furniture she met Don Graham, the love of her life. They married on February, 28, 1959 in Amarillo, Texas. Pat was a wonderful wife, mother and hostess who had a great sense of humor and brought joy and laughter to anyone who knew her. She was a member of numerous clubs and organizations that did charitable work, making a difference in her community, whether it be in Amarillo, Hereford or Lubbock. Pat was a very creative person, who excelled in painting, sewing, cooking, baking, quilting, decorating and entertaining. In 2000, they moved to Lubbock to be nearer to their grandchildren, Regan and Katie. Being a grandmother brought her great joy and fulfillment of life. She was very active in the Lubbock community and a member of Southcrest Baptist Church.

She is survived by her husband, Don Graham; her son, Greg and daughter-in-law, Ellen Graham of Amarillo; her daughter, Lisa and son-in-law, Don Roulain of Lubbock; her grandson, Regan and his wife, Malori Pearson of Dallas; her granddaughter, Katie and her husband, Boone Hill of Lubbock; and her great grandson, Ryder Graham Pearson. She is also survived by her brother and sister-in-law, Charles and Sonja Graham of Lubbock; as well as numerous nieces and nephews that she loved dearly.

Along with her parents, Pat was preceded in death by her sister, Mary Sigman; and brother, Robert Hyatt.

 

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The family of Pat Graham would appreciate contributions to be given to Southcrest Baptist Church Building Fund in her memory or a charity of your choice.

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6 thoughts on “Pat Graham”

  1. Val & Shirley Cudnoski

    Don and Family,
    We regret that we are not able to be there in person, but we have been praying for you during this time of your loss. God called Pat home – a precious lady and a friend to so many of us. She will be greatly missed. Praying for God’s grace and strength during these difficult days. And our thoughts and prayers will be with you for the days and weeks that follow.
    Val and Shirley Cudnoski

  2. Uncle Don and Greg, Lisa, and family, sending our love and prayers, we will forever smile and have a heart filled with love and fond memories of our beloved aunt pat, love to all joe bob and family

  3. Georgann Hayden Garrett

    I first met Pat in jr. high school and we became great friends. Loved her and have many memories of the fun times we had over the years.
    Prayers for healing to her beloved husband Don and I know how much she loved her children and grandchildren. RIP dear Patsy

  4. Merlin & Janie Speed

    We are so sorry to hear of the passing of Pat. May God comfort you and be very close in your time of grief.
    Merlin & Janie Speed

  5. Pat was a dear neighbor of ours on Mesa Circle in Amarillo. We were all young with small children and bonded so well. One of our favorite memories was when Pat, Greg and Lisa traveled with me and my Lisa and Linda in my VW Doodlebug with no air conditioning in the middle of the summer. We dropped Pat and children off at the bus station in OKC so they could go on to Arkansas to see her sister. We met there on the return trip in OKC and came home. We played lots of bridge and had lots of fun. Never had a better neighbor. Our prayers and love go to Don, Lisa and Greg and extended family. Cathy and Bob Andrew

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