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EDP manager Scott Graham leaves lasting legacy

February 22, 2024 By    

Scott Graham, regulatory affairs manager at EDP, died Jan. 29 after a long battle with cancer.

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Scott Graham served as head of Expo Propane in Los Angeles and regulatory affairs manager at EDP.

After serving in the Navy, and later in the Naval Air Reserve, Graham found his way to the propane industry, where he built a 40-year career.

He joined EDP with Expo Propane, the company’s third acquisition, in 2014.

In addition to continuing to manage Expo Propane in Los Angeles for many years, Graham served in a variety of important leadership roles with the Western Propane Gas Association. The association will give its annual Advocacy Award to future recipients in Graham’s honor.

EDP says Graham also had an outsized influence on the growth of EDP in the years that followed Expo Propane’s acquisition. His latest role at EDP was as regulatory affairs manager.

He was passionate about the industry and was respected and much loved by his many colleagues, says EDP.

Outside the industry, Graham actively volunteered with the Optimist Club and its youth home, and with organizations in which his three kids were involved. Graham leaves behind Vicki, his wife of 40 years, and his three adult children.

Graham faced his cancer with courage and hope, participating in multiple drug trials. He wanted to see an eventual cure for other people.

During his treatments, he worked to expand the Cancer Support Community South Bay. In lieu of flowers, the family encourages donations to cscsouthbay.org.

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