Worked for Canada Post in Montreal until moving to Vancouver in 1980s. There he became involved in the Lions` Clubs International, where he received unprecedented recognition as Governor for the States of Northern California, Washington, Oregon, Western Idaho and Southern BC. He received the prestigious Melvin Jones award and many others. The city of Vancouver donated $25,000 to the Lions` Clubs of the area in his memory. He worked hard for the disadvantaged, especially the elderly poor, and a home in Vancouver was named after him the Alex Graham Manor. He was also a world-renowned all-breed cat judge for 40 years.
He married three times - 1) Marlene COBURN, by whom he had daughter Cindy, 2) Louise GIBEAU, by whom he had daughters Susan and Ann-Marie, 3) Mary GRAHAM.