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Alfred Abrams

Ashland, Virginia

Nov 25, 1931 – Nov 23, 2021 (Age 89)


November 25, 1931
November 23, 2021
Ashland, Virginia


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Henry W. Dabney Funeral Home - Ashland Obituary

Alfred Abrams departed this life peacefully surrounded by family on Tuesday, November 23, 2021, in Henrico County. He was born on November 25, 1931 in Hanover County, VA to the late Mary Henderson and James Lee Abrams. He attended Hanover County Public Schools.

He was preceded in death by his wife Corrine Abrams, his brothers Roger, Luther, Alfred, and Horace, sister Lauretta Pleasants, and son Connie Abrams.

Alfred who was known as "Babse" was a truck driver for the Perkins Oil Company for many years. After retirement he went back to work for Hanover County Landfill until his health started to fail. Alfred enjoyed hunting and loved the Redskins.

Alfred leaves to cherish his memory four daughters Jackie, Kim (Rickie), Tonya (Barney), Shirletta (Harold); three sons Alfred (Jean), James, and Sandy; grandchildren Carla (Dexter), Alisha (Jarrett), Darek (Ashley), Gavin, Dr. Brandon Cash, Danielle, Phillip, Devin, Jolissa, Michael, Jerrod, Deviny, Allen Michael, and Lamont; thirteen great grandchildren; sisters Judy Monroe (Walter), Annie Coleman (Raymond), Betty Anderson (Daniel); brothers Algie and Robert; sisters-in-law Beverly Oxidine, Laura Howard, Deloris Watkins, Gloria Abrams, Shirley Abrams, and Ann Smith. 

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Our Hearts And Condolences Go Out To You All During This Difficult Time. Prayers And Love Are With The Family.

Sandy and Jackie Our prayers go out to the Abrams family. He will be truly missed. May God strengthen you all during this time. Joseph Hunter devoted friend. Annie & Wendell Hicks Jr and family.

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Our thoughts and prayers are with you all. No one can understand your loss. Hope you know our thoughts are with you all and we are wishing you strength and comfort at this difficult time. With Sympathy

As the days and weeks pass, and as you return to life's routine, may you continue to feel comforted by the love and support of family and friends.

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May God comfort the family during this difficult time. Remember to be absent from the body is to be present with the lord.