Diana Abrams

13 Condolences

13 Condolences

  1. I LOVE YOU SO MUCH MOM. I dont know how I will be able to move on but, I will try. Please watch over me. You have never been out of my arms reach, please continue to be by my side. I LOVE YOU FOREVER, you will never be out of my daily thoughts. I LOVE YOU!!!!!

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  2. To the Abrams Family,
    You are in our thoughts and prayers.
    With our love and deepest sympathy.
    Susan Chan and Norman Jones

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  3. To The Abrams Family,
    Words can not describe the Lost of a Mother.
    A Mothers Love is a special love
    She will always be with you and forever be in your hearts
    With deepest sympathy sending my Love and Support
    Always & Forever
    Kim, Tim, Keris, Kayla, Aja and CJ and Family

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  4. It saddens to hear that this beautiful humble woman has passed on. She welcomed me with all her heart when I was a member of her family. She always made me feel loved. Diana’s smile is a keeper. When you open up that door that smile is all I saw. She was a happy camper and full of joy! She always cared to make sure I was doing ok and always asked how was my day.  One of the most memorable moments I will NEVER forget is bowling with her and having the best time doing it. I will always cherish ❤ my memories with her. I will not forget her saying,  “Ain’t that a kick in the head”. Our UNO time together. Our Girl time with Aunt Frieda. Til the end before I left Virginia she loved me like her own. Diana always called me, ” My Angie”. As well did Aunt Frieda ?She will be missed ? I am blessed to had those memories with her? My condolences to the family. God has a Beautiful Angel up there. ? Keep that smile going Diana ❤❤❤
    Thank you Diana for loving me the way you did.
    YOUR ANGIE ❤

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  5. To The Abrams Family!
    Our prayer of Comfort to everyone during this time of bereavement. Ms. Diana was a beautiful woman inside and out! Hold on to God for Comfort and Strength! Love You.
    Raleigh & Tunicia Hall

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  6. To the Abrams Family my deepest sympathy to the whole family you are in my thoughts and prayers. Love you all Jacque and family

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  7. To the family of Diana, so very sorry for your loss. Diana will be missed by all of you. Please stay strong.

    Judy

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  8. I love you so much auntie Di♥. I will always remember the wonderful times we had together (family gatherings, card parties, bbq’s, etc), our talks via phone/emails and what an amazing and caring auntie you have always been to me. You loved and cared about everyone. You will never be forgotten. You will never ever find a nicer, sweeter, and genuine human being like my auntie Di.♥ Love Theresa aka TT

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  9. Praying for the family, that God will Bless and Comfort each of you as only He can. ❤️
    Carlos & Lisa Taylor and Family.

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  10. sending prayers and condolences from the Davis family. Auntie was a gentle giant. She will be missed.

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  11. Sending condolences, love and hugs out to the family. I only met Diana once at the wedding of my son Glenn and daughter-in-law Theresa. She was all and everything that the family expressed. I feel I’ve known her for a lifetime. God bless and comfort this family, please. May you Rest In Peace Diana. ?????? ❤️.
    Sincerely,
    Denise, Glenn Sr, Yusef Damari Davis and Family.

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  12. My condolences to the rest of Diana’s family, most of whom I’ve never met. We’re 1st cousins, so Ronald and Frieda are my primary connections. I remember when Diana was born, and now that she’s passed on I can truthfully say that through the years, whenever we met, I never saw anything but a smile on her face with a loving hug and goodness that emanated from a warm and caring heart. Diana had a sweetness and kindness about her just as her mother before her had, and in spite of personal hardships and grief always had some goodness to share with whomever needed it. She’s with the Lord now, Who has called her home to His warm and loving heart to be with Him for eternity. For those left behind this is the hardest time to get through. The sting of death is very painful; you can’t accept it but you can’t change it either, and it hits you like a hammer again and again. But there is One standing nearby, reaching out to you, offering comfort and His Peace beyond understanding, and that One is Jesus. I’m praying that He will touch each one of you with His love and understanding to comfort and ease your broken hearts. Call on Him and trust Him to do that. He loves Diana and He loves you … Believe that.
    Peace and love,
    Geraldine, Michael and Lisa

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  13. The Richardson family shares your pain as well as, the fond memories of being in the background picnics watching Mrs. Abrams, dancing with her brother and sister. May God Bless you and your family.

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