Clinton Lee Graham

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Clinton Lee Graham, age 52, of New Braunfels, Texas, passed away on Saturday, November 11, 2023, in San Antonio, Texas.
Clint was born in Mesquite, Texas on December 9, 1970, to Kenneth Parker Graham and Glenda Hukel Larson. From day one, Clint was busy living the good life like a true Texan. He loved the outdoors, specifically hunting, fishing at the coast, golfing, cooking fabulous meals, and playing his guitar, all the while surrounded by fun-loving family and friends.
Clint was a proud New Braunfels Unicorn Class of 1989 and a 1994 graduate from Southwest Texas State University. Clint worked in finance from the beginning to the end of his successful career. His motto was, “Work hard, play hard” and that he did!
Clint started dating his wife, Becca Barry Graham, when they were 17 and 18 years old. They shared many adventures together and loved each other deeply through thick and thin. After graduating from Southwest Texas State University, they couldn’t wait to start their new lives together and on May 14, 1994, they were married. Clint and Becca were blessed with a strong and loving relationship that grew deeper as the years went by. They were married 29 years.
The proudest accomplishment of Clint’s life was his two precious sons, Cody Barry Graham, age 22, and Weston Parker Graham, age 20. Clint taught them to be strong, loving, and hard-working young men and he taught them well. Clint’s legacy will continue through them.
There are countless family members and friends that shared a special bond with Clint and that supported and loved Clint throughout his life. The entire family is extremely grateful to each and every one who touched Clint’s life whether it be a long time ago or up to the end of his life, thank you.
Clint was a member of Oakwood Church in New Braunfels. The family is especially thankful to Pastor Ray Still and Pastor Rusty Rice for their spiritual guidance and loving support to Clint and the entire family throughout this journey.
The family would also like to thank the amazing staff at Seasons Alzheimer’s Care and Assisted Living and Clint’s care team from Hope Hospice New Braunfels, all of which are angels on earth.
Clint will be forever in our hearts and we will miss him every day but rest easy knowing he is made whole once again.
“I am the resurrection and the life. Those who believe in me, even though they die, will live, and everyone who lives and believes in me will never die.” John 11:25-26
Clint was preceded in death by his mother, Glenda Hukel Graham and brother-in-law, Bobby
Barry. Clint is survived by his wife, Becca Barry Graham, his sons, Cody Barry Graham and Weston Parker Graham, his father, Kenneth Parker Graham and step-mother, Beverly Finley
Graham, his sister, Shawn Graham, his step-father, John Larson, his mother and father-in law,
Roy and Elizabeth Barry, his sister-in-laws, Amy Wright and Stacy Garrett, his brother-in-laws, Paul Wright and Michael Garrett, his sweet nieces and nephews, and his dear friends who are just like family.
The family will be having a private service and kindly ask to consider a monetary donation to the UT Health San Antonio Glenn Biggs Institute for Alzheimer’s and Neurodegenerative Diseases. To donate, visit

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The family greatly appreciates donations made to these charities in Clinton Lee Graham 's name.

UT Health San Antonio Glenn Biggs Institute for Alzheimer’s and Neurodegenerative Diseases

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  1. My heartfelt deep condolences to the entire Graham family. I only had the pleasure of meeting Clint one time but I felt like I knew him through the stories that I heard from his sister Shawn who was exceptionally proud of him as a person, and that he was her brother. I pray you all feel the comfort of the Lord at this difficult time in their lives with the departure of your son Clint. I pray for peace for all of you and comfort. May Clint rest in peace.

  2. Clint and his family were very close to my family early on, and even though distance separated us, I will never forget the fun we had as children. My heart prayers go out to his family at this time.

  3. 🙏 for Becca and family

    I am thankful Clint no longer has to suffer with FTD. Hopefully the memories of looking back on Clint’s life bring comfort in the days ahead.

  4. He was one of the most genuine people I’ve had the pleasure of knowing. He was also a good father, having the pleasure of growing up with Cody and Wes, I see his teachings in them and I see how genuine of men they have become. He may be passed but he lives on through all of the lives that he has touched and all of the memories that he created.

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