Loving Hearts for Sarah, In Memory of James Graczyk

Updated: Mar 21

A few words from Kanitha Cox


On Saturday, March 11th, Sara and the recovery community lost someone close to us all in a tragic car accident. We all knew James “Bubba” Graczyk as someone who cared about all people in recovery and was willing to give all people a chance. James is a Licensed Alcohol and Drug Abuse Counselor who spent many years of his life helping people struggling with substance use and was an advocate in the Knoxville recovery community. He dedicated his life to the recovery community and helping people get treatment, regardless if they had the ability to afford it - he made sure everyone that wanted help received it. You could always count on Bubba. James was very loved by so many people & touched so many lives over the years. The Knoxville community, his family & his friends have truly been impacted by this sudden loss. We started this GoFund me account to help Sara with everyday living expenses and life going forward for her and her children as this will be a very difficult time for the family as they mourn the sudden loss of Bubba. Bubba always considered Sara’s children as his own and we know that he will be greatly missed. Please give if you feel lead, and if you can’t, please share this fundraiser and send all the love and prayers you can Sara’s way. Thank you for considering.


https://www.gofundme.com/f/loving-hearts-for-sarah-in-memory-of-james-graczy?pc=fb_tbe_campmgmtbnr_m&rcid=r01-164773479497-9b1b8f38a7e111ec&utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=p_lico%2Bbanner&fbclid=IwAR1uJwWRvjVvpUVz8GPPiAdbtDM_7RB6xTkaAiGuRUcs7HXqIS2nzfUnNvs


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