Robert V. Graham
|Best known for||State Auditor|
| Born||04/12/1921, Pacific, King County, Washington, U.S.A.|
| Military Service||Served in the U.S. Army as a technical sergeant and an aerial engineer in the Army's Pacific Wing Air Transport Command from 1942 to 1946. Stationed in the states and in the Pacific during World War II.|
| Education||Grays Harbor Community College.|
| Marriages||Lloydine C. Ryan 08/12/1945, Washington, U.S.A.|
- Employee. Department of Labor and Industries and the Division of Budget.
- Employee. Washington State Auditor's Office. Worked in the office during Cliff Yelle's term.
- State Auditor. Democrat, Washington. 1965 - 1993. 28 year(s). The Auditor's office underwent rapid modernization. Fought off an effort to privatize municipal audits. Focused on preventing and detecting fraud. Created the Budgeting Accounting and Reporting System.
Taylor, Brianha. "The citizen's advocate: history of the Washington State Auditor's Office". Washington State Department of Printing, 2007.
Washington State Digital Archives.