In Memory

Lynda Graham (Meho)



 
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12/08/18 05:09 PM #1    

Deborah Ferro (Burke)

Lynda was a good friend to anyone she met. She and Peggy Sager Tobin shared an appartment in Brookline, MA, after college, while Dick Burke and I were in Cambridge. We spent many evenings together cooking, eating, talking, watching "Roots" on TV, lecoming grown-ups. Many years later I visited her near the end of her life, with her dear friend Ann Becker Behravesh. At a rememberance ceremony, one of her co-workers noted that almost everyone in Massachusetts who had stopped smoking owed Lynda thanks for her work on state smoking cessation programs. Linda was generous, optimistic, wonderful. Perhaps you have memories to add ...

Debbie Ferro Burke, August 12, 2018

 

Lynda Ann (Graham) Graham-Meho Obituary Condolences

GRAHAM-MEHO, Lynda Ann (Graham) Of Burlington, formerly of Schenectady, NY, October 16. Wife of Mohamad Meho. Loving mother of Timothy and Amina Meho, both of Burlington. Daughter of Dorothy Graham of Schenectady, NY and the late Dr. George William Graham. Sister of David Graham & his wife Sandi of Glenville, NY and the late Susan Skvara. Sister-in-law of Michael Skvara of IN. Also survived by many nieces, nephews, and friends. A Memorial Service will be held at the Presbyterian Church of Burlington on Monday, Oct. 20 at 7 PM. A memorial visitation will be held at the Edward V. Sullivan Funeral Home, 43 Winn St., BURLINGTON (exit 34 off Rt. 128, Woburn side) on Sunday 4-7 PM. Relatives and friends are respectfully invited. In lieu of flowers, memorials in Lynda's name may be made to the Presbyterian Church of Burlington, 335 Cambridge St., Burlington, MA 01803 or the Dana Farber Cancer Institute-Jimmy Fund, 10 Brookline Place West, 6th Floor, Brookline, MA 02445-7226. For directions, obituary, & online guestbook see www.sullivanfuneralhome.net or www.burlingtonpres.org.


26/08/18 08:20 PM #2    

Patricia Trolio

Lynda was one of my best friends growing up. I kept in contact with her and her family through the years and when I live in Massachusetts I saw her quite a few times. It was so sad when I heard of her passing, I knew she had been ill but thought she had beat her illness...RIP my friend


16/10/18 12:58 PM #3    

Ann Becker (Behravesh)

I am thinking about our dear Lynda today, on the tenth anniversary of her death. Lynda and I walked to and from school together most days during our years at Zoller and Oneida. In high school we spent hours together giggling, talking about "important" things, plotting against her big sister and brother, all those things teenage girls do. I lost touch with her after college, but we reconnected about 26 years ago, thanks to Debbie Ferro Burke, when my family moved near hers outside of Boston. We took up where we had left off, and caught up on our marriages, children and careers, but her life had been changed by her cancer, which had been discovered about ten years earlier. I drove her to countless medical appointments and was with her and her family on her last day. She was always positive about her treatment and fought hard. I still am in touch with both her children and her brother and sister-in-law, and her mom. Not a day goes by that I don't think about her and miss her. heart


16/10/18 01:37 PM #4    

Deborah Ferro (Burke)

Ann captured Lynda perfectly -- she was a friend to anyone and everyone she met. I feel honored to have known her for so long, and still hold her as an exemplar of the best a person can possibly be. 

 


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