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J.T. Graham, 70, dies in Bowling Green, KY


Mr. Graham was a graduate of Lindsey Wilson College

J.T. Graham, 70, of Scottsville died at 10 p.m. May 23, 2008, atCentennial Medical Center in Nashville.

He was a graduate of Auburn High School, Lindsey Wilson College andWestern Kentucky University, and was a former part-time real estateinstructor at WKU, a member of the Bowling Green-Warren County Chamberof Commerce and affiliate member of the National Association of HomeBuilders.

The Russellville native was born August 16, 1937. He was the owner ofGraham Company Appraisal and a member of Living Hope Baptist Church,Indian Hills Country Club, past president of Kentucky Association ofRealtors, past president of Bowling Green Board of Realtors, pastnational director of the National Association of Realtors, formermember of Bowling Green Noon Rotary Club, former Jaycee and pastpresident of Bowling Green Little League.

He was a son of the late John Allen Graham and Charlene Ford Graham ofCadiz, who survives.

Other survivors include his wife, Lou Smith Graham, and the following:
  • Two daughters, Paige Graham of Scottsville and MichelleMarshall and her husband, Benny, of Nashville

  • Two sons: Chris Graham and his wife, Jenny, and John Graham, allof Bowling Green

  • A sister: Marilyn Stinson and her husband, Albert, of Cadiz

  • And nine grandchildren: Ryan Graham, Dillon Graham, Morgan Graham,Kathryn Marshall, Caroline Marshall, Styles Marshall, Ben Marshall,Graham Marshall and Winn Marshall.
Funeral was at 10am Tuesday, May 27, 2008, at J.C. Kirby & Son FuneralHome, Lovers Lane chapel, with burial in Bowling GreenGardens.

Expressions of sympathy may take the form of donation to AmericanCancer Society, 2425 Scottsville Road, Ste. 123, Bowling Green, KY42104-4457.

This obituary a courtesy of J.C. Kirby & Son Funeral Home, LoversLane Chapel, Bowling Green, KY.
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