1997 – 2016

BOWDOIN — Mira “Mirsta” Rose Graziano, 18, of Bowdoin, passed away Monday, Feb. 1, from injuries sustained in an automobile accident in Bowdoin.

She was born in Lewiston on Feb. 19, 1997, a daughter of Joseph and Robin (Gray) Graziano. She grew up in the Bowdoin area and attended local schools there. She was a graduate of Mt. Ararat High School. While in high school, and even after, Mira worked as a server at The Highlands in Topsham. She liked her job and the people she worked with very much.

Mira will always be remembered for her infectious smile that could literally light up any room that she entered. She loved spending quality time with her family and friends and you could often find her throwing a line out in the water trying to land that next big fish. She also loved big trucks and watching the guys “do burnouts in the road,” as well as being outdoors and doing outdoor activities. Mira was very fond of animals, especially her cat, Triton. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her.

She is survived by her loving parents, Joseph and Robin Graziano of Bowdoin; her brother, Joseph Felix Graziano of Lisbon Falls; her sister, Gina Loren Graziano of Bath; her maternal grandmother, Jane Graziano of Sabattus; and many aunts, uncles and cousins.

She was predeceased by her paternal grandfather, Joseph Graziano; and her maternal grandparents, Lloyd and Ferlene Gray-Conley; as well as her step-grandfather, Ron Conley.

The family wishes to express their sincere thanks to the Sagadahoc County Sheriff’s Department, as well as the first responders of Lisbon and Bowdoin for the care and compassion they not only provided to Mira, but to them also.

“You’re going to stay 18 forever. You’re gonna live like this forever. Mira Rose, you bloom forever in the garden of life. You are loved and you are missed. Truly the best sister who ever lived. You knew just the right time to say things. So clever and intelligent. Forever in my heart, always in my mind. Love you, Gina.”

Condolences may be shared with the family at www.crosmanfuneralhome.com.

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