Earl Frederick Graham
April 16, 1930 – April 14, 2013
Partner, Father, Stepfather, Grandfather, Great Grandfather, Humanitarian and Volunteer
Earl joined Lionism at the North Bay Lions Club in 1977, now being a member for over 36 years.
Earl was a very active volunteer. He has received many awards and recognitions such as:
- Lions International – Life Membership
- Helen Keller Fellowship
- Melvin Jones Fellowship
- Judge Brian Stevenson Fellowship
In Lionism he gave his time and energy tirelessly, being currant Treasurer and Past President, he has held every position the club has offered him.
He attended many conventions, district and multiple district, holding area positions such as:
- Zone Chairman
- Regional Chairman
- District A-5 Treasurer and many more
Earl was a very active member in the North Bay Lions Club and District A-5. He was a bingo packer and a bingo caller on Cogeco T.V. Bingo known for his closing words – “Goodnight Stu”.
Earl was employed by Bell Canada for over 30 years and he served on many other community boards such as the Salvation Army Christmas Kettles Board, Chairman from 1993-2013 of the Terry McKerrow CT Scan Board and was a board member of the North Bay Regional Hospital since 2001.
Earl was very well known for his beautiful stained glass works, he always had aproject on the go.
Earl was a man who always had a smile and a little cheer to share. We’ve Learned many things from Earl and we will miss him deeply.
A great person and volunteer – Earl Frederick Graham.