Posted by Mark Bentham on December 7, 2022
My brother loved life his toys but most of all his family .he said when asked about having children don’t need any, I’ve got my nephews
I miss our late night chats along with our family’ banter, we had the same sort of humour we new exactly what we wanted out of life G was hard working and loved to socialise with everybody the times we spent together riding bikes going out in our cars something I will always cherish Bro love you loads say hi to Matt Nan ,Nan and grandad
Till we meet again
Mark x
Posted by Max Vinall on November 30, 2022
Graham and I shared the same birthday. Every year, I'd send a 'birthday twin' message to him, and every year we promised to meet up. But this year, I couldn't get through... and eventually found out why. The shock and sadness of this terrible news is still hitting me, it's just all so wrong. At least I have wonderful memories of the time we spent together. We worked at Digitas decades ago, but his smile and kindness (he once drove me all the way to Devon in his blue TT to look at a car I wanted to buy, and then followed me home in case it broke down - he was THAT nice) will always, always be remembered. Huge love to him and his family.
Posted by Ian MacDonald on September 22, 2021
I only recently heard about Graham's sad passing. I worked for Graham at Auto Trader many years ago, and later as peers. Graham was a wonderful person and a fantastic professional. I will never forget how instrumental he was in building my confidence as a young marketer, as well as his easy going nature and effortless leadership ability. The laughs always came easily when in Graham's company outside of the office. The world is a worse place without this man. My condolences to his family and loved ones. 
Posted by Luke Thomson on June 24, 2021
GB. Adelaide. Pulteney Grammar. A long time ago now. I don’t even recall how long you were in South Aus but it was memorable for me. I only knew Graham as a teenager, a school buddy and a family friend. To me Graham was cheeky, loved a laugh, bright and determined to live life to the full. I didn’t know Graham as an adult but we did catch up at the Cork and Bottle in London after I moved to the UK. We laughed, reminisced a little and spoke of work and his passion for sports cars. This news of Graham’s passing has affected me deeply as I remember your beautiful family. I guess we were the same age. Your family of 3 boys about the same age as my family with 4 boys. Thinking of you at this time and so sorry to learn of this awful loss.
Posted by Stuart Lowe on May 19, 2021
I can’t believe I’m writing this and am so sorry to be doing so. My heart goes out to Graham’s family and friends at this very sad time. Graham and I worked together at Auto Trader many years ago, we shared a lot of good times out enjoying a few drinks and quality food. He is an incredible person, kind and fun with a aim to make the very most of life. When he moved to the US we shared posts and reminisced over our love and passion for cars and bikes. We always kept in touch and enjoyed seeing how each other’s life’s were filed with joy and excitement. It is a sad day to understand that Graham leaves us but he will always be in our memories and I’ll always remember him for the top bloke he was. RIP mate.
Posted by Richard Walker on May 15, 2021
So sorry to hear this news. I worked with Graham at Auto Trader, he was London based and I was Manchester. This meant on my frequent visits to London we were able to grab a beer and a bite to eat whilst putting the Marketing world to rights but more importantly talk about shared passion for cars, and his passion for bikes and music-especially the drums. RIP mate, and best regards to Graham’s family.

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