Georgia Anna Graham: Faithful servant of Jehovah dies

ST. PETERSBURG – Georgia Anna Graham, loving wife and mother, passed away January 5, 2015. Affectionately nicknamed “way-way” by her siblings and close childhood friends, she was 86 years old.

Graham was born May 27, 1928, in Gracewood, Ga., and migrated to Detroit. Years later she moved to St. Pete in 1973. She was Jehovah’s Witness and a full-time pioneer for 18 years, aiding many to learn the bible.

A graduate of St. Petersburg Vocational Institute with a degree in printing, this devoted wife eventually became a homemaker.

With a personality described at loving, talented, creative and outgoing, she leaves behind her husband of 67 years, four daughters and one son, along with four adopted daughters and a host of grandchildren, great-grandchildren and many friends,  all of whom she loved very much.

The memorial service was held at the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah’s Witness, 298 31 St. S. in St. Petersburg. The memorial discourse was given by her nephew, Brother James Graham, Jr.

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