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Martha Jean Graham


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Martha Jean Graham, age 51, of Columbus, Ohio passed away March 2, 2017 at Riverside Methodist Hospital following a long battle with diabetes and heart disease. She was born in Columbus, Ohio on April 30, 1965 to Ray Lovely and Beatrice (Taulbee) Lovely.  Martha is survived by her daughters, Samantha (Paul) Teske and Stephanie Graham; sister, Betty (Carl) Jones; brother, Jim (Teresa) Lovely; and father, Ray (Ruby) Lovely.  She is preceded in death by her mother, Beatrice Lovely.  Martha worked for Big Bear as a head office clerk for over twenty years.  She loved her dog, Axel, more than almost anything in the world.  Her proudest achievement was her children.  Martha always had a smile even if the situation did not exactly allow for one.  She could always find a reason to laugh.  Her presence radiated kindness, warmth and love.  She will be missed.  Memorial contributions may be made to Martha’s family in c/o Ohio Cremation & Memorial Society, 5464 N. High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43214.  Please visit www.OhioCremation.org to leave her family an online condolence.

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  • Tom and Alicia says:

    I will always remember best by her smile. She was like a sister in high school. As cousins we grew up together, going to our Papas house and getting into “firecracker” mischief. We always had fun together. It didnt matter where we were or what we were doing. We could go years apart and meet up and leave laughing. Martha I will miss you greatly!!!!

  • Aunt Jan and Uncle Paul says:

    Martha was a special niece that has left many memories in my mind. She spent the night with my girls and they stayed with her. We loved her very much

  • Chris and Teresa Spaulding says:

    You always could find Martha smiling and laughing. We had a lot of fun when we were growing up, spending the night with each other, going to our Papa and Aunt Eunice’s house and scouring the hills! We didn’t see much of each other as we got older, but we loved to remember the fond memories we had together when we did get together. She was a special lady and I have no doubt she will be missed very much! Love and prayers for all the family.

  • Sandra Taulbee Paslaski says:

    I have not seen my cousin for many years as we have grown up and live in different states, my fondest memory of her is when she visited my parents when they lived in Chicago and she went to church with me on a Sunday morning. She always had a smile on her face and I will always have fond memories of my cousin taken way to young.

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