Died November 1, 2013, aged 95
William 'Bill' Graham served with 181 Squadron during the Second World War. Flight Lieutenant Graham flew Typhoon 1B RB392 on February 13, 1945. He abandoned the aircraft near Werl. He became a prisoner of war.
William Graham was born to Rhoda and Robert Graham. He was married to Katheen (Kay) and together they had twelve children. They had 27 grandchidren and 17 great-grandchildren. Bill was employed at the Swift Canadian Plant, Robin Hoods MIlls and the Power Plant at the Union Hospital in Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. He and Kay enjoyed round and square dancing. He was well known for playing his violin and harmonica with numerous musical groups over the years.