Edmond-Abrams-Obituary

Edmond Abrams

Ashland, Virginia

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Leon, Howard, and Family,
I am so sorry for your loss. I have known Ed for over 10 years , I first met him at TGI Fridays in San Ramon, CA, and found him to be a great friend with a warm heart. I had the pleasure of meeting Howard and Leon while they visited Ed in California. I feel sad, heart broken, and shock for his passing. I have so many memories of him that I will not ever forget. He would always call me Kiddo and I still his voice saying," Hey Kiddo". He was a wonderful...

Howard Jr, Leon and Family,
I was very sadden to hear about the passing of Chuckie. I have so many fond memories of him from our childhood on Snead street and continuing on to growing up in the Jamestown community. Even though we grew up and went our separate ways, we still continue to keep in touch. I use to look forward to July because I knew that Chuckie would be visiting. Our gang have lost yet another special friend. Chuckie will be truly missed but never forgotten.

I will miss you deeply, but i know that you are in a better place with Aunt Channie and Uncle Howard and the heavenly Father. I will stay strong down here until we see each other again. I will always keep your loving memories in my heart and I know that you are up there looking over all of us. LOVE YOU ALWAYS!!!!

LOVE,
MARQUITA,JASMINE & SHANIYA

TO THE FAMILY OF EDMOND ABRAMS. I WAS SORRY TO HEAR OF HIS PASSING. I WATCHED EACH DAY AS YOU VISITED HIM IN THE NEUROSCIENCE ICU, AND KNOW HE WAS WELL LOVE. TAKE COMPFORT IN KNOWING THAT GOD MAKES NO MISTAKES, HE BROUGHT YOU TO IT AND HE WILL SEE YOU. THROUGH.

To the family,

Words can't bring Chuckie back but the fun times we shared on Jamestown Road will forever be in our hearts.
He may be gone but not forgotten. He is resting with his Earthly parents and his Heavenly Father.

God Bless Each of you during this time.

Offering our deepest condolences during this difficult time.

Obituary

Edmond's Obituary

ABRAMS, Edmond (Chuckie), departed this life October 17, 2008. His remains rest at the Henry W. Dabney Funeral Home, 518 N. Washington Hwy., Ashland, Va. Funeral notice later.This obituary was originally published in the Richmond Times-Dispatch.