Abrams-Holloway-Obituary

Abrams Holloway

Gary, Indiana

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To my loving uncle you were like a father to me. You will be deeply missed with all my thoughts and prayers. Love you always!1
Darryl Garner

Abe was a great co worker at US steel He was the best low-boy driver we had and a good boss God Bless you Abe. RIP.

Praying for you all, love you

To the Holloway Family:
Know that it is no secret what God, can do because what's he done for others he'll do the same thing for you. Mrs.Holloway,if answers seen out of reach,God isn't, If day light seems out of view hope isn't,If healings seems along way off, caring isn't because God has said I will never leave thee nor foprsake thee, nor forsake thee nor never leave thee.

To Theron Holloway,

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family during this difficult time. With loving memories of Mr. Abrams Holloway.


With Heartfelt Condolences

AC WILL BE TRULY MISSED. REV.JJJONES WORSHIPFUL MASTER AND CHAPLAIN OF MARTIN L. KING JR. LODGE # 822 OF A.A.S.R.MASONS. MADISON,WI

To the Holloway family You are in my thoughts and prayers at this time of bereavement. You all are still part of my extended family. I love you

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Abrams's Obituary

Holloway, Abrams A.C. Was born in Arlington, AL on January 9, 1930 to Percy and Lizzie Holloway. He moved to Gary in 1950 to attend Roosevelt High School. Abrams was drafted into the U.S. Army and served during the Korean War and was honorably discharged in 1953. A retired employee of the USX and...

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