Weiss, Gloria Abramowitz
Gloria Weiss (Abramowitz), age 92, of Greensboro, NC, formerly of Kingston, PA, passed away Monday, January 11th, 2021 at Beacon Place Hospice, Greensboro, NC.
Born in Bronx NY, she was the daughter of the late Helen and Dan Gross.
Gloria grew up in Lakewood, NJ where she met the love of her life Harry Abramowitz. They were happily married for 25 years until his sudden passing.
Gloria was employed by the Pennsylvania Department of Water Quality until her retirement. She was a life member of Temple Israel, Wilkes-Barre and Temple Emmanuel of Greensboro, NC. In 2008 Gloria moved from Kingston, PA to Greensboro, which she loved, often stating, "I wish I had grown up here."
Gloria loved to play Mah Jong, the movies, and spending time with her friends and family.
In addition to her parents, Gloria was preceded in death by her husband Harry Abramowitz and her second husband Morton Weiss.
Surviving are her children Dr. Richard Abramowitz (Jan) of Shavertown, PA, Lynne Abramowitz of Greensboro, NC, Robert Abramowitz (Cindy) of Kirkland, Washington, grandchildren Rachel Villalba (Jose), Julie Purser (Aaron), Lauren Schuyler (Charles), Robin Lozano (David), Amy Reynolds (George), Nancy Abramowitz (Dr. Alexandra Harris), Brittany Abramowitz, Carly Cook (Kevin), and Bradley Burns (Leah), and great-grandchildren Jacob, Celia, and Alex Villalba, George Reynolds, Jr., Ben and Amelia Lozano, Aria and Luke Purser, Ian Harris, and Ethan Cook and Brother In-Law Ambassador Morton Abramowitz (Sheppie) and many cousins, nieces and nephews.
Special thanks to Allison Crossman for many years of companionship and loving care. The family would also like to thank the staff at Verra Springs and the AuthoraCare Collective Hospice staff, Victoria Thompson, Marta Kennedy, and Joey Honeycutt, and Merzy Long for the care and support they provided, as well as the staff at Beacon Place.
Funeral services will be held privately at the convenience of family with graveside services officiated by Rabbi Larry Kaplan at Temple Israel Cemetery, Swoyersville.
In lieu of flowers, contributions can be made to the Holocaust Museum of Washington D.C. or the AuthoraCare Collective of Greensboro, NC.
Arrangements by Harold C. Snowdon Home for Funerals, Kingston PA, and Hanes Lineberry Funeral North Elm Chapel of Greensboro, NC.
Published by Greensboro News & Record on Jan. 13, 2021.