Alton Lagran Abear

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  • "lagran it was so sad when I read of your passing I remember..."
    - jody galler
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  • "I am sorry for the loss of Lagran Praying for all of you"
    - Chuck Spearman
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Alton Lagran Abear
Lagran, 52 lost his battle with end stage liver disease on February 4th, 2016. Lagran was born August 3, 1964 in Ft. Lauderdale FL.
He was the youngest of two. His parents were Alton and Ann Abear. Lagran had an older sister Angela, who cared for him in his last years. He spent his childhood living in Ft. Lauderdale, and in the late 80's moved to Graniteville S.C with his parents. He became a master automotive painter while working with his father at their family owned business, Abear Paint and Body shop, also in Graniteville. He was married with one son, Alex, and daughter, Nicole Coomes. Lagran moved to Delray Beach FL in 2010 to be close by his sister. While Lagran painted for a living his entire life, he loved rebuilding all kinds of motors, fast cars, boating, country music and remote control model airplane flying. We were all grateful to have him in our lives. He was witty and had a great sense of humor, and was always in a good mood. We will remember and love him dearly always.
Lagran is survived by his son Alex Abear, daughter Nicole Coomes, 3 grandchildren Nevaeh, Saylor, John Coomes, the mother of his son Janet Baker, sister Angela Seiler, mother and father Alton and Ann Abear, grandparents, Jake and Lucille Proctor,
Veradell Abear. He will also be missed by his niece and nephew Amanda and Sean Seiler, and his 'wingman' Christian Seiler. A Celebration of Life for the family and friends will be scheduled at a later date.
-The Abear's and the Seiler's
To my best friend; your fun, love, hysterical humor and laughter will be missed the most. The memories we have made with you and our families will be cherished forever. I am so grateful to have had the opportunity to be your friend and 'wingman'. You've made your journey into eternity... I salute you.
Your brother,
Published in The Aiken Standard and North Augusta Star on Feb. 10, 2016