Stuart Graham

Stuart Graham

Thursday, May 24th, 1934 - Saturday, January 11th, 2020
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Graham, Stuart K.
A beautiful, full and fun life came to a peaceful end Saturday January 11, 2020 with the passing of Stuart K. Graham at Campbell House Hospice in Collingwood. He shared 61 fun years with his supportive wife, Diane and along with raising a family, they travelled the world together. He will be dearly missed by their three fabulous daughters and their husbands, Lindsay & Jeff Hartley, Sydney Graham, Wendy & Tom Hind along with the pride of his life, his 9 grandchildren – Ryan and his wife Jessica, Sandy & Mackay Hartley, Adam, Graham & Matthew Cameron, Bryar, Ally & Riley Hind, as well, his late sister Donna’s family, Peter, Scott & Craig.
Stu attended Ryerson Institute of Technology. He was on their hockey team and graduated from the School of Graphic Arts in 1955. During that time he spent three summers working at the Banff Springs Hotel.
With the help of many people, Stu built Canadian Fine Color Company Ltd across Canada. He was also an Ault Award recipient for his industry. Stu was very involved in the graphic arts industry. He was president and director of many associations within the industry. In 1992 his company, Canadian Fine Color received the Canadian Award of Business Excellence for their work in emission reduction.
Stu was a member of the Young Presidents organization and actively engaged in the AAA forum, for over forty-one years. Those years provided deep and lasting friendships, education and trust that was the foundation for growth in business and in his life.
After retirement in 1996, he and Diane moved permanently to Collingwood, where, with their many wonderful friends, enjoyed skiing, boating, tennis and golf. They spent the winter months in Longboat Key, Florida, making lifelong friendships.
A celebration of life will be held at a later date. In lieu of flowers donations to Hospice Georgian Triangle – Campbell House would be appreciated
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    Alpine Ski Club
    17-242 Arrowhead Road
    Blue Mountains, ON L9Y 0S1
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    Celebration of Life will be held at a later date.


Donations are being accepted for: HOSPICE GEORGIAN TRIANGLE.


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Aerline Efford

Posted at 10:30pm
My heartfelt condolence to the family. I am deeply sadden by this news. He will be remembered as a bright light that shaped many lives. Mine included.
Aerline Efford

alan and nancy eagleson

Posted at 02:32pm
Diane and family
We were heartbroken to learn the sad news on Stuart..He was always happy, and made everyone around him feel better about themselves.It is a tragic loss and we send our condolences to all of you.
Nancy and Alan Eagleson

Jane Wharin Galda

Posted at 03:12pm
Dear Diane and family, it seems my Dad (Don Wharin) just received your lovely card on the passing of my Mom (Carol). We did not know that Stu was, as well, suffering with cancer as Mom was. What an awful disease it is! I miss my Mom dearly and know you will be missing Stu. Sending condolances from the entire Wharin clan. May you remember all the lovely memories he left behind! Fondly, Jane xo

Sandy Proudfoot

Posted at 05:05pm
Di and family,
From the 'sandbox' of our lives, the many trips with Stu picking up Donna and I at the skating club because he had a driver's licence before we did, to later in life, Stu was always a gentleman.
I will be in touch.
Sandy Small Proudfoot

Audrey and Jack Pady

Posted at 10:23pm
We offer our condolences to you Di and your family. We know that the many wonderful memories you have of your life with Stuart will give you support now and in days ahead.
Stuart was always in good spirits and contributed greatly to any gathering he was at. He will be missed. Audie and Jack remembering fun times at Alpine Ski Club.

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