6. Aram Tchividjian
Aram Tchividjian, who works as a web developer, told the Palm Beach Post that Billy Graham's family were starting to think he really could live to 100. Still, he shared that his grandfather lived every one of his 99 years with integrity and humor.
"There are some things people don't know, and this makes me laugh, but his favorite movie was 'Pretty Woman.' His favorite restaurant was Morrison's Cafeteria. That sums him up," he recalled.
"We were at Morrison's once, maybe 10 of us, and he's got a baseball cap on. Two elderly women walk up and stop at the table and say, 'Excuse us, but has anyone ever told you that you look so much like Rev. Billy Graham?' He said, 'That's so funny. I get that all the time!'"
"This was a guy," Aram Tchividjian continued, "who was friends with the Queen, who had Muhammad Ali and Bono visit him at home, who was friends with presidents. He just had no ego about it at all. He had a supernatural gift to be like, 'Yeah, Bono was here, but I don't think that's any more special than the maintenance guy mowing the lawn outside.'"