Asa Thomas Graham

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October 16, 1998 ~ June 19, 2020

Born in: Las Cruces , New Mexico
Resided in: The Woodlands, Texas

Asa Thomas Graham, 21, of The Woodlands, passed away on Friday June 19th 2020, near Flagstaff, Arizona. He was born to Brandon and Patricia Graham in Las Cruces, NM on October 16, 1998. He was a loving younger brother to his hero and older brother, Nicholas.

Asa graduated from The Woodlands High School in The Woodlands, Texas. Asa enrolled in Texas A&M in Fall 2017, and became the loudest, proudest member of the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Class of 2021. He enrolled in Multidisciplinary Engineering and specialized in robotic designs.

Asa was recognized as a leader early in his time at Texas A&M, as evidenced by his membership in Freshman Leaders Establishing Excellence (FLEX), a group that “encourages freshmen to seek excellence and show leadership” in classes and interaction with fellow students and others in their lives. Asa was also chosen for Paradigm: Forging Model Men of Aggieland (PFMMA), a group whose goal is “to mold great men of Texas A&M through the values of passion, leadership, altruism, excellence and enrichment to act as model representatives of the Aggie family.”

In his spare time, an important part of his world involved playing and creating his own music. He was known and loved for his inspirational and creative beats, and he had many followers on his Spotify channel. A childhood love of soccer continued on through his college career.

Asa is preceded in death by his maternal grandparents, Jimmy and Lupe Ortiz, paternal grandfather, James Graham, and beloved fur friend, Boudreaux.

He is survived by his parents, brother Nicholas, paternal grandmother Virginia McBee and his beloved dog, Winne.

A visitation time for family and friends will be held on Friday, July 3, from 10:00 to 11:00 am at Callaway-Jones Funeral Center at 3001 S. College Avenue in Bryan. A Celebration of Life will begin at 11:00 am. Afterwards, a graveside tribute service and burial will follow at the Aggie Field of Honor, 3800 Raymond Stotzer Parkway, College Station, TX 77845. The family requests you share photographs and memories in the guestbook here at

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Visitation: July 3, 2020 10:00 am

Room: Bluebonnet

Callaway-Jones Funeral Home & Cremation Center
3001 S College Ave
Bryan, TX 77801


Funeral Service: July 3, 2020 11:00 am

Callaway-Jones Funeral Home & Cremation Center
3001 S College Ave
Bryan, TX 77801


Graveside Service: July 3, 2020 12:30 am

Aggie Field of Honor
3800 Raymond Stotzer Pkwy
College Station, TX 77845


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  1. One of my first classes at A&M, I met Asa. He was kind and always quick to flash a smile during class when we were confused on what was being taught. I remember specifically the countless classes he would sneak time to work on his music and how proud he was of his sound-cloud presence – we always loved to hear the new song of the day he had released. Although I did not keep in contact with him after freshman year, I would occasionally see him around campus and we would greet with a nod and smile. His kindness and gifts will be missed greatly. My prayers are with your family during this time.

  2. Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. May you find comfort in knowing Grandpa Jim welcomed him with open arms.
    The Browns

  3. There are no words that can truely comfort you. But i will ask God to give you some kind of understanding and peace in time. AMEN.

  4. I have no words that can express my feelings on this but this I know: Asa was so awesome just like his family and that he is w/ HIS SAVIOR and that he loved his family and I love the Graham’s❤️ my prayers are for peace and this be a TESTIMONY ❤️

  5. We are devastated by this tragic news. Our son played on TWHS soccer team with Asa. He was an outstanding young man. Our sincere prayers and condolences go out to his entire family.

  6. Graham’s
    No tenemos palabras para decirles lo mucho que sentimos la pérdida de Asa, un gran hijo lleno de bondad y alegría.
    Así deben recordarlo y desde el cielo los cuidará junto a nuestro Dios padre.
    Resignación que él se encuentra ya en un mejor lugar donde algún día nos reuniremos por siempre.
    Descanse en Paz.

    • Gracias Hermano.

      For the others that need Google Translate;

      We have no words to tell you how sorry we are for the loss of Asa, a great son full of kindness and joy.
      This is how they should remember him and from heaven, he will take care of them together with our Father God.
      A resignation that he is already in a better place where one day we will meet forever.

  7. A smile that lit up the world-not just a room-that was Asa. We loved having you all in Colorado for visits. I have happy memories of Megan and Asa sharing stories of college; they were such smart students! Asa’s friendship with Matt meant so much to them both. Knowing your amazing sons is a gift to all of us. We love you all very much. The Moores

  8. We had many complications so we could be there in person and with our hearth on our hands we watched over internet with our whole family as we all remembered the great person Asa was for all of us… we are next to you all at this and all times.

    We Love You

  9. My deepest condolences to the family and friends of Asa. He will be missed, and I’m sorry for the pain.

  10. Dear family, I am the waitress at CWG who trained and came to love and respect your son and brother. He was a very unique and wonderful man. I am heartbroken. He was so talented and full of love and life. God needed a special spot in His army filled obviously. I am comforted during these trying Earthly times to know Asa is fighting against Evil for us. May his Aggie Spirit guide and guard us all. He is my angel and I will forever speak of him. He is alive in the Universe and in my heart.

  11. Logan always enjoyed sharing the pitch with Asa during NV ODP days. So very sorry for your loss. Sending prayers of peace during this difficult time.

  12. Miss you so much Asa.

    I have a sense that you fulfilled your mission here, but we will love and miss you for the rest of our days.

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