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Celeste Ariel Graham
August 7, 1993 ~ August 28, 2023 (age 30) 30 Years Old
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Celeste Ariel Graham, age 30 of Chatsworth, took flight, coming to a “draw” after battling brain cancer for many years, on Monday, August 28th, 2023, at her home, surrounded by an outpouring of love.
She was preceded in death by her Grandma Sandra Warren, Papa Bobby Webb, and Great Grandparents Jack and Margaret Durden.
Survived by her parents Charles “George” and Tammy Graham, brother Cyric Graham, life partner Romeo Williams, and his family Ronnie and Rona Gayle, Grandpa Carlos Warren, Betty Durden, Granny Carol Webb, Bill and Dorothy Burros, Uncles, Aunts and Cousins, Jeff, Sandy and Mitchell Eby, Alan, Mary and Karrion Payne, Mike “Bubba”, Dee Ann, Taylor and Casey Webb, Bob and Jennifer Brown, Laken and Hasting Tanner, Ryan and Marj Worley, Timmy and Vicki, Austin, Trystan and Lainy Nettles, Aaron and Sarah Sunshine Smith and sons, Wright and James Plemons, Chaz and Bambi Wright, Chuck, Keri, Leah, Charlie Angell, and Kara White. Aunts, Chris Daugherty, Sister Angela Bartley, Stephanie Williams, Lauralee Evans. Her God Parents, Vic, Alisha Webb and daughters Sydney Childers and Blake Payne.
Our family would like to express our heart-felt gratitude to the ones who were hands on, with unwavering care and support, for Celeste during her last days. There is no need to acknowledge anyone by name, for we know this was done purely out of love and not for recognition.
Thank you for all the “Sunshine”, the laughter, and love that surrounded her in her final hours. This was the remedy for her peaceful journey home. Now she is free to fly high, from her broken body.
We want to thank the countless people who have prayed, given, and supported her throughout this journey.
We thank The Creator above, for sending an abundance of love to surround her, for always making a way where there wasn’t one. For shining bright through the darkest of hours. For Him strategically placing her Optometrist, the highly skilled neurosurgeon, and the great team of doctors and nurses in her path. This played a major part in her care, and for that, Celeste was able to live way beyond what was expected.
Our Beloved Daughter, Celeste, was musically talented as well as an amazing artist and photographer. She was honest and wise beyond her years. She had such a kind, peaceful and gentle soul. Even the butterflies would land on her outstretched hand. She was nicknamed “The Butterfly Whisperer”.
She had a passion for life and loved sharing it with Romeo and all who had a like passion. She was fiercely independent and had wit like no other. She was a defender of the underdog, loved all people, and was always willing to share her wisdom when asked. She loved nature and all its beauty while hiking with her beloved and faithful fur baby, Rojo.
She was always true to herself and will forever be a bright light in this world.
Celeste Ariel, will always be Our Beloved Daughter, Treasured Friend, One of our greatest Teachers, and a Beautiful Soul.
In Lieu of flowers, we ask you to please post a memory that you have shared with Celeste, and or plant a tree, in honor of her name.