Abilene Gindratt Addison

Metairie, Louisiana

May 13, 1920 – Mar 11, 2018 (Age 97)


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Abilene Gindratt Addison went to be with her Lord on Sunday, March 11, 2018. Abbie was born on May 13, 1920 in Zwolle, Louisiana. In 1947, she married Aubrey L. Addison, her husband of 57 years. Abbie was a devoted wife, mother and grandmother, remembered by her family for her strength,...

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May the God of all comfort be with you at this time.

My condolences. Mrs. Addison was one of my favorite teachers. Little did I know when she taught me typing that it would be such a valuable skill.

Pam and Family, Moms are special people. I am sorry for the loss of such a valuable person in all of your lives.

So sorry to hear about your family's loss....Mrs. Addison was my typing teacher at HHS....what a wonderful teacher and person she was....sending thoughts and prayers for you and all your family during this difficult time....May she RIP

Pam,, Gwen and family so sorry for your loss. Ms Abbie was a great teacher at Hahnville High and many of us learned our typing skills which still apply today from her. She was also the best neighbor and shared with the Simoneaux/StAmant families, her Satsuma's which were always the sweetest around. I have many memories of her, may she rest in peace.

This saddens my heart deeply. My thoughts and prayers are with you all. She was not only my typing teacher for 2 years at HHS but a mentor and role model for me. I have the greatest memories of her and will treasure them. She will be deeply missed.

Pam and Family

So sorry to hear about your loss. Please know you are in my prayers.

To the family I send my deepest sympathies for your loss. May the God of all comfort grant peace and joyful memories during this difficult time of sorrow.

I am very sorry to hear of the loss of your loved one. One day many will have the opportunity to live again. May the hope of everlasting life sustain and comfort you during this difficult time. John 17:3

Sincerely, F.Mitchell