There were no boundaries of the love his daughter Fiona and Graham had for each other, at the end of every conversation they would always say I love you. Fiona loved her dad with all her heart. The love for his grandchildren, Ben, Kyle & Logan. Hollie, Jordan, Bradley and Luke was something we will always treasure. Graham would ask after them constantly, always interested in every aspect of their lives. Every time he visited Jersey we would go for meals, he loved his food. Over the years his health deteriorated with a number of cancers that unfortunately meant he lost his voice, communicating became very difficult for us all, especially as he had always been a talker, his very best friend Phil became his voice & such a very caring friend, I don’t know what either one of us would have done without him. Phil tried so hard to teach dad how to use a mobile phone, dad would tap so hard on the screen & wonder why it wouldn’t work, despite Phil telling him endlessly that it wasn’t a touch screen phone, it used to make Fiona laugh all the time. She once said to Phil - ‘I’ve been texting dad but he hasn’t replied?’, Phil went around to see Graham to check the phone, ‘where is your phone Graham, Fiona has been texting you’, to which dad replied, ‘it’s in the kitchen on charge I haven’t heard it beep or ring, so Fi couldn’t have been ringing it’. Phil found the phone plugged in but he hadn’t turned the plug on. Graham was a character, he could be charming & stubborn, but his laugh was infectious, something he will be missed very much. The last gift he gave his daughter Fiona was a glass love heart with words engraved on it . ‘My little girl yesterday, my friend today, my daughter forever’. She will treasure it & those words forever.