With loving arms of compassion, the Majestic Funeral Homes Family is consoling the heartbroken loved ones of Mr. James A. Graham, fondly known as “Billy”, as they prepare to take a journey that no family wishes to take. Mr.Graham closed the curtains of life Friday morning in Riegelwood, NC.
Life and Legacy Services for Mr.Graham will commence with a public visitation on Tuesday between the hours of 6pm and 8pm at St. John Missionary Baptist Church located in the Freeman Community of Riegelwood, NC. A formal “farewell” celebration will take place on Wednesday at 2 o’clock post meridian at New Townsend Temple Ministries in Bolton, NC. Immediately following the formalities in the House of Worship, Mr. Graham’s earthen vessel along with his cherished family will be escorted to the Freeman Cemetery for Interment Rites. Although Mr. James closed the drapes on this daily walk called life, those whom he loved and loved him can find solace knowing he has walked into the Garden of Rest where everyday is as peaceful and beautiful as a bright Sunday morning and the sunlight brightens the day from the rays of our Heavenly Father.
Mr. Graham was proceeded in passing by his wife Tressie Graham as well as Almond Graham and Debra Ann Graham.
Loving and everlasting memories will always be cherished by so many loved ones such as his children: Ruthlene Freeman, Barbara Graham, Hubert Graham, Jasmine Webb and Danny Graham; his sisters: Mary Blanks, Tessie Frye, Lula Brown, Ruby Blanks and Geneva Ross; his son-in-laws: Jerry Freeman and James Webb; a special friend: Bernice Ford along with a host of grandchildren, great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins other relatives and friends.
Visitors are being received at 12653 Old Lake Rd. in the Sandyfield Community where they will also assemble in preparation for the Prestigious Majestic Ebony Motorcade.
The professionals of Majestic Funeral Homes are accommodating each request and personal desire of the Graham and connected families.