Sheila Graham

In a previous post we announced the death of Ed Graham and asked for prayers for his widow, Shiela Graham. Here is a note of thanks from Sheila:

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Ed and Sheila Graham

A huge thank-you to my church family! During these tough days of Ed’s illness and death and aftermath, I’ve been constantly encouraged by your loving comments, cards, phone calls and especially your prayers. During his illness, I read your comments to him. He loved them all but especially smiled at the references to his softball playing days. Please continue to pray for me. Love to you all.

Cards may be sent to:

Sheila Graham
111 Pueblo Drive
Gainesville, TX 76240-9473

6 thoughts on “Sheila Graham”

  1. Dear Sheila, I do not forget to lift you up in prayer to the One who is with you aways. May you continue to feel His presence in new and profound ways! We send our love from the whole family!

  2. Dear Sheila,

    Many good memories of you and Ed. Our prayers are with you. May God’s grace and comfort be upon you.

    Ray and Carol Meyer

  3. Dear Sheila,
    I am so very sorry to hear about the death of you husband. You will be in my thoughts and prayers. I enjoy your articles in the Connections magazine.
    Much love Norma

  4. Sheila, our hearts go out to you for your lost, and we are praying for you and will continue asking The Father for peace and comfort to be given to you. Our Lord Jesus Bless you! Love, David and Linda Husmann

  5. Mrs. Graham,
    We remember with great fondness and affection you and Mr. Graham from the old days at Imperial AM Church. My wife and I were YOU Coordinators working with Imperial & Spanish youth; what a pleasure it was. I recall almost like yesterday asking Mr. Graham to coached the younger boys’ team to start them off in the right direction,since he was solid in basketball basics and the kids respected him. We appreciate even more now in retrospect how a man of his stature, education and experience humbly performed that task and did such a fine job under direction from a man half his age. He was a fine man and came to be a good friend. God has already blessed his memory, may He comfort you and the family in his absence. ~ Love, Willard & Brenda High

  6. Dear Sheila,

    Although I only remember meeting your husband on a few occasions at church conferences, I well remember you from our Big Sandy days many years ago. Please know you are in our thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.

    Don & Alix Engle

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