Reid "Skip" \nGraham, 74, was welcomed into the loving arms of \nJesus on September 22, 2019. Ultimately, he \nsurrendered to complications from long-time health \nissues but is now blessed to be healed and whole and \nin the glory of his heavenly Father. \n\nHis love and devotion to his family was only \nexceeded by his Christian faith. For 33 years, he \nloved worshipping at Community Alliance Church \nweekly, including many times when doctors advised \nagainst it. He will be remembered for being an \nunwavering example of Christ-like faith and service \nto everybody who was blessed with his company.\n\nPrior to his retirement, Skip had worked at American \nGlass Research and AK Steel. To cherish his memory, \nhe leaves behind his wife of 50 years, Phylliss \nGraham; his son, Aaron (Amie) Graham and two \ngrandchildren, Avery and Marshall; his daughter, \nRachel Graham; his brother, Marty Graham; his \nstep-sister, Judy McLaughlin-Ryan; and Audura \nPhilips, who loved him like a father. \n\nFriends and family will be received on Friday, \nSeptember 27, from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. at Community \nAlliance Church, 800 Mercer Road, Butler, PA 16001. \nA memorial service will immediately follow at 3 \np.m., officiated by Rev. Dennis Krajacic. In lieu of \nflowers, contributions may be made to Pine Valley \nCamp, 504 Chapel Drive, Ellwood City, PA 16117.\n \n\nArrangements were handled by Thompson-Miller Funeral \nHome, 124 E. North St., Butler, PA 16001.