Isaiah McGraw

isaiah mcgraw

February 1, 1991 ~ June 18, 2021

Born in: San Diego, CA
Resided in: Pueblo, CO

Isaiah McGraw, 30, of Pueblo, passed away surrounded by his loving family at home on Friday, June 18, 2021. Born on February 1, 1991 in San Diego, Calif. he was the second of three children and grew up in Colorado Springs, Leadville, Manitou Springs and Pueblo, Colo. Isaiah attended East High School in Pueblo and graduated in 2009 with honors, earning a gold cord. He attended Pueblo Community College and majored in biology. Isaiah worked as a custodian for the State of Colorado, Pueblo School District 60 and then for the past several years at the Pueblo Chemical Depot for Pueblo Diversified Industries. Isaiah loved outdoor activity and enjoyed camping, fishing, hunting and spending time in the mountains with his dad, brothers and grandfather. He enjoyed spending time with his grandmother McGraw and helping her with her yard and garden. He always looked forward to the McGraw family reunions every August in Colorado and Kansas. Isaiah was preceded in death by his mother, Suzanne McGraw; his uncle, Christopher Montoya; his grandfather, John H. McGraw; and his uncle, John V. McGraw. Isaiah is survived by his grandmothers, Wilma Abril of Los Lunas, N.M. and Sharon McGraw of Pueblo; his parents, Richard and Carol; his twin brother Joshua; younger brother, Jonathon of Pueblo; and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins.
“I give thanks to God always for you because of the grace of God which was given you in Christ Jesus.” 1 Corinthians 1:4 RSV.

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  1. Isaiah was a gentle giant who was very kind. I looked forward to seeing him on a weekly basis at PCD, I am so sorry for the family’s loss. Asking God’s Angels to wrap Isaiah’s family in their wings during this time. It was an honor to know him.

  2. RIP my cousin… Even though we didn’t get to know each other as well as we should have, I do still have my fond memories of you as a youngster at the family reunion playing football with your brothers in the field. I know you had your struggles in life, I hope you’ve found your freedom from them now.

    Love you, and miss you all Josh, Jonathan, Rick, Carol, and Grandma.

    Big Hugs from Amanda and J.R.

  3. My deepest condolences to the family and friends. Isaiah was a wonderful person he will be missed by everyone at the Pueblo Chemical Depot and thank you Isaiah for working so hard everyday! You have a huge heart ❤️

  4. From the Greenhorn meadows camp family
    We are very sad to hear this and will miss seeing him here.
    He was a wonderful part of our camp family and will be missed.
    Sherrie Akerman
    Lincoln Akerman
    Jason Harris
    Katherine Downs
    RIP …. Till we all meet again.

  5. Rip Isaiah great cousin will miss visiting you and hanging out when I go up to Colorado. 🙏

  6. I am so happy to be part of your family. You were such a sweet kid. You meant so much to uncle Jim. Rest In Peace. Until we meet again.

  7. I am honored to be your uncle and my deepest sorrow for my brother Rick and family he is in Gods hands RIP Isaiah your memories will last forever god bless love uncle Jim

  8. Isaiah was our nephew so glad we got to see you a few months ago! You were a kind hearted young man that would do anything for anyone and always with respect saying Thank you all the time is what your Gma McGraw said about you! I’m so glad you got to go fishing with Dad and brothers on Memorial Day this year those are cherished memories now! Say Hello to Heaven and give Grandpa McGraw a hug from all of us! You are a special angel watching over all of us now! We Loved you and gonna Miss you even more! R.I.P. Uncle Loyd & Aunt Karen

  9. My right hand man, my precious grandson, my guy with the best hugs ever. God must have needed you but it has left a void in our hearts. You will be a precious memory in the hearts of many and may we all follow your example of loving one another and being kind to all. Give Grandpa a hug from me and keep on fishing, until we shall meet again on that beautiful shore. Grandma

  10. I am honored to have been a part of Isaiah life he was my fishing 🦦🎣 buddy and my camping partner I will always love and cherish the time we spent together he was a kind gentle soul who was taken from us unexpectedly RIP

  11. My deepest condolences to family & friends. I interacted with Isaiah, every week. This broke my heart when i heard about his unexpected passing. He was fine on Tuesday, when he cleaned our office, and then to pass away so suddenly. RIP Isaiah, you will be remembered. 🙏🙏

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