b. 8 September 1942, d. 20 December 1974
|Father||Milo H. Graff b. 22 Oct 1907, d. 15 Feb 1972|
|Mother||Mary Irene O'Meara b. 13 Nov 1911, d. 22 Apr 1995|
|Relationship||2nd great-grandson of Herman Theodore Bunkers|
|Appears on charts||Descendants (with spouses) of Herman Theodore Bunkers|
|In Family Line||Bunkers|
|Birth||8 Sep 1942||Douglas Graff was born on 8 Sep 1942 in LeMars, Plymouth County, Iowa.|
|Marriage||7 Sep 1963||He and an unknown or excluded person were married on 7 Sep 1963 in Holstein, Ida County, Iowa.|
|Death||20 Dec 1974||He died on 20 Dec 1974 in Omaha, Douglas County, Nebraska, at age 32. Cause of death: snowmobile accident.|
|Obituary||Douglas Graff's obituary appeared in the |
News article, Sioux City Journal Tuesday December 20, 1974, Omaha (ap)
Two men who grew up together at Granville, Iowa, attended the same school and eventually moved to Omaha died over the weekend in a snowmobile accident.
They were Douglas Graff, 32 and Robert Meis, 31. No one knows exactly what happened, as both had driven the snowmobile in the field where they died on the southwestern out-skirts of Omaha.
The Douglas County Sheriff's office said the snowmobile plunged into a 75-foot ravine Friday night.
Deputies said the two men neither of whom was wearing a helmet, suffered massive head injuries. The two apparently were thrown from the snowmobile.
Graff was an insurance claims examiner and leaves a widow and three small children. Meis was an auto body painter and leave his widow.
(It should be noted that these two men were brother-in-laws, as well. Doug was married to JoAnn Heitmann and Robert was married to Janice Heitmann. A service for both men, was held Dec. 24 in St. Joseph's Catholic Church at Granville, Iowa.) on an unknown date .
|Burial||24 Dec 1974||He was buried on 24 Dec 1974, age 32, in Saint Joseph's Catholic Church Cemetery, located in Granville, Sioux County, Iowa.|
Children of Douglas Graff
|3 known children of Douglas Graff may still be living.|