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Karen Graham, a prominent journalist and environmentalist for Digital Journal, passed away at 78

We are deeply saddened to inform our readers of the passing of Karen Graham, who was a highly valued Editor-at-Large at Digital Journal.

Karen Graham was a highly valued Editor-at-Large at Digital Journal. — © Family handout photo.
Karen Graham was a highly valued Editor-at-Large at Digital Journal. — © Family handout photo.

We are deeply saddened to inform our readers of the passing of Karen Graham, who was a highly valued Editor-at-Large at Digital Journal and a great friend to all of us. Karen had been battling a long-term illness, and her loss is deeply felt by the entire team.

Karen Graham joined Digital Journal in September 2013 and was based in Richmond, Virginia. During her time with us, she wrote over 2,000 articles that focused on environmental and historical issues, ranging from the impact of climate change on the world’s food supply to her passionate political Op-Ed pieces.

In her profile published in Digital Journal, Michael Thomas wrote that Karen’s dedication to her causes was rooted in her life experience. She was a true champion for her topics and always wrote with a natural passion.

For those who want to learn more about Karen Graham’s life and work, we invite you to read Michael Thomas’ article, “Profile of a Digital Journalist: Karen Graham’s Natural Passion.”

To celebrate the life of Karen Graham, the family invites you to join them for a Memorial Ceremony at Bliley’s – Staples Mill on Thursday, February 29th, starting at 4:00 p.m.

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John Rall is a staff member of Digital Journal. His interest is in music and photojournalism as an art form.

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