It is with heavy hearts that we announce the unexpected and sudden passing of Bryant Monroe Graham Sr. (Age 59), on Tuesday, December 27, 2022, at his home.

Bryant was a devoted and loving father, father in-law, and grandfather. He was loyal to his roles as a brother, an uncle, and a cousin to many, and he valued each and every relationship. His heart was abundantly full of love and he was most grateful for his family; they were his entire world. 

Bryant was an avid and competitive sports fan. He was a loyal Pittsburgh Steelers, and LA Lakers fan, and proud of it! If he wasn't watching a game and holding his own against Ravens fans, or cheering for the Lakers on high volume, you could find him on the basketball courts himself, with family and friends, but not without a fresh new pair of "hooping shoes". He was competitive, he was passionate, and he was the life of the party. He was sure to lighten up any room he entered. They say "spend your life with people who make you smile, laugh, and feel loved." If Bryant was a part of your life in any capacity, you could certainly mark that off your bucket list. 

Needless to say, our family is shocked and devastated by this great loss. After suffering a severe stroke in 2008, Bryant was left with life-altering side effects that left him disabled and unable to work. Although he was forced to learn a new way of life with limited mobility, loss of speech, and lack of financial resources, he never took a single day for granted. 

Unfortunately, the limited resources and sudden loss, has left his family unprepared for the high funeral costs estimated to honor Bryants memory, and give him a proper goodbye. 

If you knew Bryant Graham Sr., you know how much he meant to the lives of everyone around him. 

Many of you have reached out to us and have asked how you can help us during this difficult time, so we ask, in lieu of flowers, for those of you who are able to help during this time, that you consider donating funds to help offset the high funeral costs. 

We so appreciate those who have already donated, and we will use these funds to honor all of Bryant Monroe Graham Sr's final wishes.