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Bob Graham 1948 - 2003

Michael Brown

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Sadly, Bob Graham of RSG Associates, Highland, MD succumbed to cancer on December 8th. Bob was born and educated in the Silver Springs, MD suburbs of Washington, DC.

For many years, Bob was a contractor in Washington, specializing in historical preservation, where he was very active in the community and improved the ambiance and hospitable character of Logan Circle. Eventually, he and his wife moved to Highland, MD, a less developed area between Baltimore and Washington.

Bob became a home inspector in 1987 and joined ASHI's MAC-ASHI Chapter soon after. His service to MAC-ASHI was characterized by diligence and leadership throughout the more than 12 years he was active in the chapter. He served as both a Director on the Board, two years as Secretary and contributed greatly to committee and task force assignments.

Always willing to pitch in, Bob was instrumental in helping to organize MAC-ASHI's annual Crab Feast, an annual event attended by up to 100 inspectors every year for the past 22 years. Bob was an expert at preparing crab and barbecuing beef, venison and baby back ribs.

His memorial service was held at the Episcopal Church of Our Savior on December 15, 2003 and was attended by representatives of the MAC-ASHI and NOVA-ASHI chapters.

He will be greatly missed by his family, friends and fellow inspectors.

Special thanks goes to Bob's friend, J.D. Grewell, for contributing this item. - Ed.

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