Barbara Sue Graham
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Barbara Sue Graham

Barbara Sue Graham, 74, went to be with our Savior on August 22, 2020.

Barbara was born on March 27, 1946, in Carrizzo Springs, TX to Merle Frost and Lamar Trammell. She was a Rhema Bible College graduate and conducted women's Bible studies in Alamogordo, NM and led prayer groups in Wichita Falls, TX. Barbara had a heart for ministering to women and family. One of her favorite passages in the Bible was Psalms 91. She was preceded in death by her husband, Daniel Graham and her mother, Merle Frost.

Barbara is survived by her brothers C.L. (Sherri), Tommy (Mary), and Travis Cox and seven children Susie Land, Yvette Kovalcik (John), Wesley Land, Connie Dencklau, Jenny Moore (Dusty), Angela Lasyone, and Samantha Funovits (Ted). Her grandchildren Amber Graham (Cotton); Jessica Sterling (Jason); Chanel and Nykolas Sidi; Arron, Brandon, and Amanda Land; Deonna Hutton (Kyle); Adam and Austin Spencer (Madison), Kailey and Shyann Dencklau; Mason (Kylie), Kinsley, Reagan and Ryan Moore; Adriona Lawson and Cody Wilson. She was blessed with 16 great-grandchildren.

On August 31, 2020, there will be a celebration of her life with Visitation at 9:00 am and services at 10:00 am at the Elmwood Funeral Home in Abilene, TX. Interment will be at the Texas State Veterans Cemetery immediately following.

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Published in Alamogordo Daily News from Aug. 28 to Aug. 29, 2020.
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September 8, 2020
Barbara was such a help to me when I was going through some very rough times when my children were small. I really love her! So sorry for your loss.
Karen Taylor
August 31, 2020
Barbara and her husband Daniel were special people. They had one mission and that was the Great Commission. So many acts of kindness were done by them while living in Alamogordo in furthering the message of the Gospel. They are both with the One they served all their lives. Condolences to the families and loved ones. Rest in Peace.
Frank Thompson
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