Photo courtesy of Imperial Funeral Home

Donald Lee Graves

Pueblo, Colorado

Dec 12, 1932 – Nov 2, 2017

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Tina and family, Our families have been entwined since before we were born. The strong bond we share began at Red Ball Trucking and continues to this day. I am grateful to have known your dad -he was such a great guy -always loving and giving. I know how much you will miss him, and that a piece of your heart went with him. So much love to you all and I will pray for you to find peace. Love you my friend.

Donnie I remember when we first met you you hung around with Ronnie and we met at the VFW Post 61 and in time you and Ronnie we're selected in being honorary members you are such a wonderful man so kind and you love to talk I remember sitting around at a table with other people and we would all talk and laugh most of most of the members are gone they have gone to meet their maker but they will be there to greet you and I am so proud that I got to meet you and have the fun that we did have...

May God bless You. So sorry to hear of his passing. He was truely a kind and generous soul.

He is the kindest, most giving man ever, and he will always be my FAVORITE PERSON in the whole world. Love you so much Gramps.

Tina, Kathleen, Billy Joe and Donny, I was sorry to hear of the loss of your dad. He was a good, kindhearted person. I still remember the good times we had with your mom and dad both. Thinking of you all.

Tina, Billy Joe, Donny , and Kathleen I am so sorry to hear of your loss. I remember your good natured and kindhearted dad and the good times with your mom and dad

Neva Taylor, Weatherford, Texas

I have such great memories of Don. Growing up I always enjoyed the get togethers we had. When I think of him I think of such a good and caring man. My heart felt sympathies go out to all of you. Unfortunately Dennis and I will not be able to make the service as we will be in Florida but our thoughts and prayers will be with you.


Donald's Obituary

Donald L. Graves, 84, of Pueblo, went to be with Jesus on November 2, 2017. He was born to George and Mary Graves. He was preceded in death by Billy Jean and Robert Joe Graves; sisters, Marilyn Wilkey. He is survived by his sister, Margie (Ray) Ayers, Brother-in-law "Chubby" Wilkey. He...

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