Mark Steven Graham

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Mark Steven Graham, 53, of Sallisaw, OK, passed away on January 1, 2022, in Sallisaw.

Mark was born on May 14, 1968 to Phillip Hobbs Graham and Jo Ann Kimbler in Woodland, CA.

Survivors include his wife, Rebecca Graham of the home; mother and “pops”, Jo Ann Graham and Cleon Harrell of Sallisaw, OK; Father and step-mother, Phillip and Anita Graham of Fort Smith, AR; daughters, Stacy Barham of Tulsa, OK and Shannon (Jason) Turner of MT; brothers, Mike Harrell and wife Keli, Jeff Harrell and wife Kari, and Blayne Wielderhold; grandchildren, Michael and Telissa, Mylie and Thalia, Trinity and Raychel, Timothy, Ryan, Treston, Noah, and Cheyenne; great-granddaughter, Annaleigh; and special friend, Mr. Magoo.

He is preceded in death by his grandparents, Fred and Genevia Graham, and Clayton and Maria Kimbler.

Arrangements are under the direction of Forever Memories Funeral Services
Fmfsinc.com
463505 Hwy 101
Sallisaw, OK.

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  1. Known my friend Mark a long time. There was several of us that grew up in the same neighborhood. Same schools as well. We all were pretty tight during our school days. It always seemed the central hang out was at Doug and David’s house most the time. So many experiences and memories, where do ya start? From hangin out on the railroad tracks, the woods behind those tracks, camping in the field behind the EZ Mart during the summer and staying up all night, playin baseball in that same field and not to mention all the shenanigans during school. It hits close to home when it’s someone you grew up with. We all were pretty tight in our school days until we had to grow up and become adults. I know he fought hard and I hate that he’s gone. He will be missed. Our life is but a vapor. Enjoy your family and friends while you can.

  2. Mark was a great freind, and like a brother . We spent a lot of years growing up on the north side of Fort Smith. Most os our teenage years was spent either my house or at his house. We spent many weekends “camping” in our back yard. We did alot of dumb stuff together, thankfully before the internet. Alot of it would have been on the internet, had it been around.

  3. Mark was a great guy and he was my cusion
    I only got to see him a few times in my life since I lived in California,but we did visit through out the years they would come to see us or we would go there but the last time I seen him we were pretty young can’t even remember how old anyways i wish i could have spent more time with him RIP Mark

  4. I will always remember meeting Mark for the first time it was the summer of 1983 and his cousins Gary,Jana, and Shandy lived next door to my family and one day I went to church with them we were the only young ones there so we wee in the rec room playing ping pong. Mark held my arms while his cousin Gary busted me with a paddle. I remember thinking Mark was a pretty funny guy kind of cute too if he would lose the trucker hat . Mark was for sure one of a kind and I will always remember him fondly and as a friend .

  5. I meant Mark and 10th grade we had ROTC together Barry C. Gary Braswell g-dog Pat sharp and I could go on forever and I also had Mark sitting behind me in study hall I was hanging out with Doug at the time we all had so many good memories together he would throw paper balls and hit me in the back of the head my name is Debbie Jones sutterfield Turner

  6. I can’t believe that Mark is gone! A group of us grew up in the same neighborhood as Mark. Mark, Doug, David, Barry, Beverly, Terri, Carolyn….we all grew up together. Looking back it seems like a magical place and time. Mark will forever be a huge part of those Mary Street memories that I will forever hold deep in my heart! R.I.P Mark! Til we meet again brother!

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