Wesley Graham Jr. was born March 31, 1958, in Estill, SC (Hampton
County), to the late Wesley Graham Sr., and Lillie Bell Graham. He
was educated in the public schools in Garnett, SC, and graduated
from Estill High School in 1977.
Wesley was an active Jehovah’s witness from the early 1990s, up
until the time of his passing. When you saw him coming; it was with
a briefcase and a Bible in hand. Family, friend, or stranger, he was
eager to share the Good News of God’s Kingdom without hesitation.
He dedicated his life to Jehovah as a member of the Hampton
Congregation of Jehovah’s Witnesses October 1, 1998. After
relocating to Savannah, GA, he continued to serve as an active and
faithful Jehovah’s Witness at the Savannah Southeast Congregation.
He was kind-hearted, mild, yet energetic and would give his last
to help people. From helping a stranded person change a tire, to
taking out the neighbor’s trash, to sharing his love for pecans, he
was a good-hearted Christian brother to many.
He honorably served 20 years with the United States Army,
beginning in 1976. He served his country in the United States and
abroad in Europe (Germany) during two tours, retiring in 1996.
After his military retirement, he continued a career of interstate and
local truck driving.
Wesley Graham Jr is survived by his (Mother): Lillie Bell Graham,
Children: (Daughter)- Catina Adkins, of Luray South Carolina, (Son)-
Wesley Graham III of Estill, South Carolina, (Daughter)- Aleatha
Graham of Jackson, Tennessee. (Brothers): Roosevelt “Silver” Graham
and Tony L. Graham, both of Garnett, SC. (Sisters): Joyce McPherson,
of Garnett, SC, Lessie Mae Johnson (Andrew) of Jacksonville,
FL, and Nellie Graham of Estill, SC. (Aunt): Hattie Jean Myles of
Savannah, GA. (Uncles): Warren Rice of Garnett, SC, John Sidney
Rice of Philadelphia, PA, and Leroy (Wanda) Rice of Savannah,
GA (Granddaughter): Alexandria Gabrielle Graham, of Jackson,
TN. (Grandsons) - Saydrian L. Williams (Ashley) of Jacksonville, FL,
Stephan L. Williams, of Clarksville, TN and Christopher E. Williams
of Hampton, SC. Special (Cousins) Benjamin Rice of Garnett, SC
and Paulette Graham of Savannah, GA; as well as a host of nieces,
nephews, cousins, special friends, and spiritual Brothers and Sisters.
Jesus said to her, “I am the resurrection and the life. The one who believes in me will live, even though they die; and whoever lives by believing in me will never die.
Wesley Graham Jr of Savannah Georgia made his transition from mortal to immortality.
Graveside services will be held on Saturday, May 15, 2020, at Mt. Zion A.M.E at 11:00 AM.
in Lou of COVID-19, we ask that everyone practice social distancing by keeping a safe distance when gathering
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