Funeral Service

Time: 1.40pm

Date: Thursday 3rd December 2020

Service Details:
Dud to current restrictions, a private family funeral service will be held at Accrington Crematorium.\ The ceremony will be live streamed for all those unable to attend. Please visit and enter the following login details: Username: Tovi9716 Password: 723506

Robert Duffy Graham- Bob

On 24th November 2020 peacefully in hospital with his loving family by his side, Bob, aged 74 years of Clayton-le-Moors. The dearly loved husband of the late Cathie, much loved dad of Terry, Robert, Catherine and Carolyne, dear father n law of Chris and Mark, and loving grandad of Shauna, Sam, Mia, Mat and Morgan and great grandad of Caleb and Frankie.

Bob served for thirteen years with The Scots Guards and was based in Borneo, Malaysia, Germany and Ireland. He served as a chef and a highlight was cooking for The Queen Mother. He then became a coach driver for Robinsons and loved his work. An avid model builder, Bob also collected Corgi cars for many years. He also loved to buy Dye Cast Dinky cars on Ebay, renovate then sell them. He was an amazing chef and loved cooking for his family. He made the best Sunday roast and pies. A true animal lover, Bob was well known for giving his dogs too many treats. Devoted to his wife Cathie, Bob was a happy family man and adored precious times with them all. Always and ever proud of his Scottish roots, Bob loved the bagpipes and sporting his kilt. He will be missed by all his family and friends.

Donations are being received in memory of Bob on behalf of PDSA. To make a donation please click the blue donate button at the bottom of this page.

Please feel free to leave a message for Bob’s online memorial book by completing the form below.

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MESSAGES for the family of Robert Duffy Graham – Bob


James Hargreaves

I am sorry I can’t be there but for your Dad and mum I would not be where I am today.They looked after me till I came to Australia they were my second Mum and Dad


George Hudston

Very sorry the loss of your dad Bob , he was a good friend when he worked for Robinsons.