Auto accident claims life of Jon Graham

Graham was founder and president of Marc America and H.G. Imports and vice president of House of Graham

Jonathon Robert Graham, the 41-year-old founder and president of Marc America and H.G. Imports and vice president of House of Graham, died June 12 following an automobile accident in Jackson, Tenn.

"We have a scholarship for our other son Chris Graham, who was killed in another automobile accident a few years ago, and we're going to add Jon's name to the scholarship fund we have there in care of the First Baptist Church in Selmer, Tennessee," his father Jerry Graham said. "We've got a lot of friends and family, and of course Jon had friends worldwide, and we're going to follow through with everything he got started." In addition to his parents, Jerry and Terry Bushart Graham of Selmer, Tenn., survivors include his wife, Karen Bell Graham of Corinth, Miss.; son, Jonathon Christian Graham of Selmer, Tenn.; stepdaughter, Lanie Bell Baker of Corinth, Miss., and two grandchildren, Aiden Crider and Asa Baker. Memorial donations may be made to the Chris & Jon Graham Scholarship Fund in care of First Baptist Church, 310 W. Court Ave., Selmer, TN 38375

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