Chester Landgraab (1952 - 2009) is the widowed husband of Queenie Landgraab. He was a doctor who worked in the Sacred Spleen Hospital. During his lifetime he was often referred to as "Dr. Chester Landgraab". He is the father of Landgraab Industries Vice President, Nancy Landgraab.
Queenie planned on having more than one child, just like she mad many siblings. However, Chester did not want anymore kids. Chester was very busy with his job at the hospital.
Chester was born in 1953 in his parents' mansion in Sunset Valley. His parents were the Landgraab Industries founders, Kitty and Kermit Landgrabb. He was their only child and had no siblings. He was born with the traits Loves the Outdoors, and Over-Emotional. When he grew into a child, he gained the trait evil. Although he never really acted evil or did anything evil for most of his young life.
He spent his childhood playing outside. With his parents always working, and he had no siblings he had to play alone most of the time. He was very popular in town, being the son of the famous Landgraab family. He often was baby-sitted by a doctor who lived in town, using a baby-sitting job as a side job to earn extra money. He talked with the man and thought the doctor job sounded cool, and decided to read more about it.
In his teenage years, he gained the trait Schmoozer. Also, a girl named Queenie moved in a nice house over in the house where the Sekemoto family currently live in today. She attended Sunset Valley High School and met Chester, and they became good friends, and later started dating. Chester and Queenie didn't always get along too well, but they never seemed to brake up. After his graduation, they got married and Queenie moved in with the Landgraabs' house. When he grew into a young adult, he gained the trait Commitment Issues.
While Queenie was pursuing her job in politics, Chester had joined the medical career and excelled. However unlike his wife, who became the mayor of Sunset Valley in less than a few years, his job wasn't such a cakewalk for him. It took hard work, long hours, and several days of reading for him to get better at his job and get promoted. In 1974, his wife gave birth to their first child, Nancy Landgraab. During Queenie's maternity leave, she taught her all of her toddler skills while Chester continued working in his job at the hospital. He rarely ever got to see his daughter and missed many events in her life.
In 1984, Queenie had been retired from her job as mayor and a new mayor was elected. Chester had been very depressed and in his weekend off he decided to cook something on the stove. Without thinking about what would happen or realizing he left something on the stove, he went to take a shower. And when he came out, a full-on fire was on in the kitchen. He could see his wife burning, and quickly called the firefighters. Luckily, Nancy (who was 10 at the time) never got hurt. She was over at a friend's house. When the firefighters came, it was too late. Queenie had burnt to death. She was given a grand funeral in the backyard of the Landgraab household. Chester felt very, very guitly about what happened. He swore to never tell a soul what he had accidentally done.
He later aged into an adult, and after that he had finally reached the last stage of his job and became a world renowned surgeon! After his retirement as an Elder, he spent more time with Nancy, since he never got to do so when she was young. To do something good for her, he set her up on a blind date with a man named Geoffrey. They hit it off, but he never expected them to get along so well. In fact, they got married and had a son in 2006 named Malcolm. He liked Malcolm a lot, and hoped he had a better luck in life then he had. He died of old age later in 2009 and was buried next to his wife and parents in the Graveyard.