Nancy Abrams

St. Petersburg, Fl, Florida

1946 - 2016 (Age 70)


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Nancy A. Abrams, 70St. Petersburg, FL - Died Tuesday, July 12, 2016, at St. Anthony's Hospital of acute respiratory distress syndrome. A burial service is being held on July 15th, 2016 at Noon at Worcester Hebrew Cemetery, Sons of Jacob, Chevra Kadisha/Holy Society in Auburn, MA. A former...

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I am so sorry for your loss. During a time like this we all need hope, and we can find that hope in the Bible at Act 24:15. All the best.

My deepest sympathy for your loss. May God soften your grief during this difficult time. Please be comforted in knowing how precious your loved one is in God's eyes (Psalms 116:15)

My condolences to Nancy's family. May the God of comfort be with you all in your time of need.

My Cousin Nancy was a wonderful person. Although I had not seen her since I was 15 years old, when I lived in Hampton Township, New Jersey, we kept in touch via email. I talked to her a few times a year, and she always was upbeat, in spite of the trials and tribulations of her health. She and her brother, Larry, always had interesting reports from their various interests in the arts in New York City. They resided on Staten Island, and frequented the fantastic plays, ballets, and...

Nancy and I were friends in junior high, and have been e-mailing 2-3x month since I discovered her contact information following the Oct.2014 50th Classical High Reunion. I have enjoyed learning what an intelligent and talented woman that she had become. She was happy to share a visit with a friend from New York, shortly before she became sick with this latest illness. Nancy was devoted to her brother's health and happiness for many, many years. I will miss pleasant communications with Nancy,...

Nancy lived a full life enjoying all her passions and taking her brother along to share his interests as well. Their mother & father would be so proud of their devotion to each other. Cousin Marilyn