Graham's parents, Nancy and Willison, moved to Hopeman, a lovely small fishing community in North East Scotland, where they had a house built.
We lived in Hopeman, Morayshire, until 1958 before moving to Australia but only stayed there for 4 years.
Graham's training took him to the Central School of Art, London, followed by Leicester Art College. He went on to work as a Graphics Designer for the Lanarkshire Health Authority.
Graham married Imelda Molloy in 1996.
About 2005 Graham suffered from Frontotemporal dementia and died in 2015, at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow, at the age of 60. His funeral was at Daldowie Crematorium.
Allan Laing - Sad news indeed. Fond memories of our days in the Scouts come flooding back.
Jim Taylor - So sorry I could not make funeral, I was in Graham's class at school met up with him at a reunion about 10 to11 years ago so sorry to hear about your loss.
Ian Young - So sorry Fionn. I couldn't make the funeral Graham was such a cheery fellow. He will be sorely missed by us all. So sad.
Debra Forsdick - Sorry for your loss xxx
Hugh Taylor - Sorry to hear this Fionn. He was in my brother’s class at school.
John Shaun Shields - Very sad Fionn. Graham was in my class too. Fond memories of school and judo.
Margaret Kershaw - Sorry for your loss.
Sconaid Clark - Sorry for your loss, Fionn. Graham was in my class too and came to the class reunion. Was devastated when I heard. Too, too young! Hope each day in Girvan helps the heart mend. We'll have a blether if I meet you out on one of your walks xx
Polly Harris - Soo sorry Fionn. Sending love from all of us. xx
Zee Sheldon - One of the worse things ever (for me) is knowing someone so generally upbeat and happy (thats you!) has to experience such awful sadness and that doesn't come close to how you must feel. So sorry to hear about your brother. Love you both, take care xxx
Veronica Ballan - Feel for you all and do hope a brighter day dawns tomorrow. xx
Don Cathro - So sorry to read of the loss of your brother. Life is so short and we must make every day count. Thinking of you and your family and always a pleasure to hear from you.