Abington, Massachusetts


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GRAHAM, Thomas J. Educator and Coach Died peacefully on May 2, 2018, at the Colony House Nursing Center, Abington, after a 17-year battle with Parkinson's disease. He leaves his beloved wife, Mary (Reilly) Graham, with whom he shared 53 years of marriage. Tom was the loving father of Cathleen...

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I am so sorry to hear of Tom's passing. Tom and his brother-in-law, Jack Reilly, were truly the best of our 1962 Stonehill classmates. God bless them both.

My deepest condolences for your loss, may the grace of God bring comfort and peace to your family Zechariah 2:8.

May god's loving kindness comfort you and help you through this sad and difficult time. Psalms 119 : 50,76 EJC. GA.

I'm so sorry for your loss. My sincere condolences. May God comfort you during this difficult time

My condolences to the Graham family. Mr. Graham was, by far, one of the most memorable (if not the most memorable) anyone could have had growing up in the small town of Abington. Everyone feared having him as a teacher (because he held you accountable and made sure you displayed respect), but once you had him he was almost guaranteed to become a favorite. I will never forget Mr. Graham and my time spent in the classroom with him, even 20 years later. Thank you, Mr. Graham, for everything you...

So very sad to hear of his passing. He was an excellent teacher to our children and taught one of my sons how to play baseball the right way. We and the countless many he mentored, coached and imbued with endless knowledge will forever miss this great man.

Very sad to hear about your loss. He taught several of our children in the classroom and taught one of my sons how to play the game of baseball the right way. May he rest in peace for he will be eternally missed by the countless lives he touched.

I am so sorry for the loss of your loved one. Please find peace and comfort in Psalms 119:76.

Mr. Graham was my history teacher. On our 1st day of class the rapport between us was understood as well as He had a sense of dry humor, but set in his ways of rules and either got it or was lost.
I admire Mr. Graham and for the stamina of the teacher he was taking on the students throughout his career. He was amazing.