Oscar Lee McGraw

January 27, 1966 - June 29, 2020

Oscar Lee McGraw, age 54 of Rome, Ohio, died Monday, June 29, 2020 at Cincinnati, Ohio. He was born January 27, 1966 in West Union.  He was preceded in death by father, Oscar McGraw; grandparents: Tom and Rosa (Cooper) McGraw and Etta Cora Horsley.

Oscar is survived by mother, Wanda Fay (Horsley) Shiveley of Rome; three brothers: Elmo McGraw and Marcella of Lucasville, Alex McGraw and Nancy of Vanceburg, Kentucky, Dean McGraw and Paula of West Union; four sisters: Caroline Heisler of Rome; Sally Ellington and Joe of Ashland, Kentucky; Paula Lewis and Jeff Bennett of New Vienna; Nancy Monroe and David of West Union; many nieces, nephews and cousins.

Oscar was a member of Hamilton Church in Lynx. He was a client of Venture Productions and participated in the Happy Hours Program.

The private visitation is Sunday, July 5, 2020 at Lafferty Funeral Home in West Union.

The public graveside funeral is Sunday, July 5, 2020 at 2 PM at Copas Cemetery on State Route 125 in Blue Creek.  Pastor Wayne Harper officiating.

In lieu of flowers, memorial donations can be made to Lafferty Funeral Home Incorporated, P.O. Box 5, West Union, Ohio 45693

Lafferty Funeral Home Incorporated of West Union is serving the family.


Pat Bryant - Jul 5, 2020
I had only met Lee then one time at Is ars funeral, but I knew he was like the rest of his family. Sweet and loving. I will say that he will be thought of often and missed sorely by the entire family. Now Lee spread your wings and fly my friend. You are going home.
Tabby - Jul 2, 2020
I'm sorry for our loss, I'm sorry for your loss. My heart aches! I love you all so much. Praying for you all.
Paula Lewis - Jul 2, 2020
I love you bub. I will never forget you and the memories we made. You will always be special to me and when ever I drink a Mt.Dew I will always think of you. I will always remember you asking me for money so you could get a CD at the store. I will never forget how we went out to eat. Before we went to see mom. I remember you wanted to buy mom a meal. Oh Lee oh how I wish you were here so I could here you say: You my friend!