Read our Privacy Policy concerning online obituaries and release of information.


Milton Davidson Graham Jr

Milton Davidson Graham Jr

Milton Davidson Graham Jr. was born on August 11, 1939 in Little Rock, Arkansas. He died in Hot Springs on January 1, 2018. What defined him is what he did with the time given him between these periods. MD lived life to its fullest. He took risks, he positively influenced othersí lives, he volunteered his time and skills, and he made a difference. MDís family moved to Hot Springs where he grew up. MD lived life on his terms. After serving in the Marines he started the smallest business, a camera store, ever opened on Main Street in Little Rock. Through hard work, tenacity and a genuine love for his customers he grew the tiny business to three successful locations. He met the love of his life Harryette Lee Oswald teaching Sunday school at St. Markís Episcopal Church and they spent the next 46 years raising kids, traveling, and being involved in their church and community.

MD is survived by his wife, sons Harry (Yolonda) and Lee (Michelle) Mehlburger and five grandchildren Harrison Mehlburger, Jake Mehlburger, Madelyn Mehlburger, Mary Mehlburger and Spencer Mehlburger. He is also survived by his brother Terry Graham.

A private memorial service will be held at St. Markís Episcopal Church followed by inurnment in the columbarium. Memorials in MDís honor can be made to St. Markís Episcopal Church, 1000 N. Mississippi St, Little Rock, AR 72207. Arrangements are under the direction of Ruebel Funeral Home,

Condolence Book

"more than a mentor, a true friend and great guy that I'll miss. Friends since 1979, employed by MD from 1979-1988, glad to see him branch off into the movie industry"

"A wonderful man and he will be missed. We met 30+- years ago at the "French Rivera Spa"/"Cosmopolitan" on University & "H" Street then the "Power House" in West Little Rock and finally the "Little Rock Athletic Club". He was devoted with his workouts and had a strong work ethic! So many wonderful memories."
Juddy Tolson | Little Rock, AR

"MD was a great guy and we loved working with him at UAMS. I also loved seeing him at the Athletic Club every morning. He was a bright ray of sunshine every time he came to work with student and he was also a friend and constant supporter of the SP program and our students at UAMS. We missed him after her got sick and spoke of him often. May his memory be eternal. Love to Harryette and his family. "
Mary Cantrell | Little Rock , AR

"MD was such a great friend to my dad and myself. Iím very sorry to hear of his passing - we had a great time on our trips to Alaska. He was a very good person and will be missed. "
Carson McKnight | Little Rock, AR

"He was my client for 30 years and my friend for a longer time. His time here was successful because of the lives he enriched. "
William W Watt | Little Rock, AR

"Harryette, we are so sorry to hear about MD. We had some good memories at Hot Springs High. I still have pictures he took of our daughter when she was about three years old.
Our prayers are with you and your family during this time.
Kenneth and Gloria"

Gloria Chunn Moody | Benton, AR

"I am so sorry for your loss. So many memories of times with you when we were single in Little Rock and memories of Town Club too. How can it be 46 years since you and MD got married? My condolences and my love and prayers are with you and your family."
Joyce Siebert Halley | Olive Branch, MS

Sign Condolence Book
Please fill out the form below to enter your name and a short message to the family into the online condolence book. Please type in regular sentence format; do not type in all capital letters; only type your condolence or comments in the Comments field. Your signature will be formatted from the Name,City & State, and E-mail fields. Please remember that you are leaving comments for a public guestbook and not sending personal email to family members. Do not type in email or letter format. Phone numbers and Addresses (other than email) will not be posted.
* denotes required fields.
City and State*
E-mail Address
Online Disclosure
By pressing submit, you understand: 1) The information you provide will be posted on the publicly accessible web page. 2) Ruebel Funeral Home cannot be held responsible for any inconvenience or unwanted emails that may result. 3) Entries may be censored, edited or deleted at the discretion of the Ruebel Funeral Home website administrator. 4) Entry may be removed at request of family members or representative in charge of the arrangements.

If you cannot read the two words above, click the "Get a New Challenge" button below the words (looks like two red arrows in a circle). That will give you a new set of words.

© Copyright 2006-2007, Ruebel Funeral Home
Site Design by J&J Multimedia