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General Information

Full Name: Carolyn Abramson
Date of Death: Monday, March 8, 2021

Carolyn (nee Barth) Abramson, age 96, of Fair Lawn, NJ, formerly of Paterson, NJ, passed away peacefully in her home on Monday evening, March 8, 2021, with her daughter and granddaughter at her bedside.  Carolyn was born in the Bronx, New York, the daughter of Sadie and Harry Barth.  They moved to Paterson when she was four.  Carolyn married Jack in 1950 and ten years later moved to their home in Fair Lawn.

Prior to her retirement, Carolyn was a bookkeeper.  She was a member of the Fair Lawn Senior Friendship Club and the Friday Social Club.  Carolyn was the perfect homemaker and loved her family immensely. She looked forward to all events and holidays where she would be surrounded by her family and prepared the meals as she was a great cook.  She was our family historian and maintained our family tree.  

Carolyn is the beloved wife of the late Jack Abramson.  She is survived by her son Larry Abramson of Upland, CA, and her loving and devoted daughter Eileen Friedman and her husband Steven of Fair Lawn, NJ.  She was an extremely proud grandmother of Alissa Friedman and her husband John Schlosser of Cincinnati, OH, and Jennifer Friedman of Lafayette Hill, PA.  Adoring great grandmother of Hailey Jane Schlosser.  Dear sister of Gertrude Wasserstrum of Wayne, NJ, and the late Edith Epstein.  She is also survived by several loving nephews and nieces who kept in touch with her regularly.  A very honest woman with a nice smile and great taste, she will be dearly missed by so many.

  Memorial donations in memory of Carolyn Abramson may be made to the Parkinson’s Foundation or to your own favorite charity.  

 
 
 

Service Information

Thursday, March 11, 2021 12:30 PM

Service at:
Louis Suburban Chapel
13-01 Broadway, Fair Lawn, NJ 07410

Burial at:
Menorah Cemetery
614 Passaic Ave, Clifton, NJ 07012

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10 Comments

  1. Greg

    I loved having you and Jack as neighbors a few years back. I will treasure those memories of chatting with the two of you, while you sat in your lawn chairs in the backyard. You will be missed by many, but your spirit will live on through your friends and family. Love, Greg

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    • Larry Abramson

      TY Greg…..Mom and Dad always enjoyed your visits from a great neighbor from across the street. I met you some years ago on one of my visits to my hometown. Nancy was so close to my Mom in the final days. I hope that she is taking this as well as can be and I will call her soon to chat. My best wishes to you and sincere thanks for your kind thoughts at such time. Larry Abramson

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    • Linda Katzowitz Smoot

      I remember the loving lunches and snacks you made for both Eileen and me. You had kind words and was always ready to listen when I needed to talk. I wish I could remember more, but I nolonger have that ability.

      I know you will be missed by many.. Linda

      Larry and Eileen,

      You both are thought of often, Sharon sends her condolences too.

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      • Larry Abramson

        Thank you for your kind words and memories. Thank you Sharon, Be Well. Larry Abramson

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      • Eileen Friedman

        Dear Linda and Sharon,
        Thank you so very much for your kind words and wonderful memories of my mom. She was a remarkable and warm woman and I miss her greatly. She was an inspiration to me and the life she lived.
        I am touched by your thoughtfulness.
        Eileen

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    • Eileen Friedman

      Greg,
      Thank you for all your prayers, concern and love for my parents throughout all the years. Our families enjoyed a wonderful friendship and continue to do so today. You are more than just friends or neighbors; you are part of my extended family. I know how special my parents were to you and your family. My mom’s passing is a loss shared by all of us. She will always be loved and in our hearts forever.
      Thank you so much for your kind words,
      Eileen

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  2. Diana & José Jimenez

    We were very lucky to have you and Jack as neighbors when we first moved to Fair Lawn. I remember you open your heart to us and our family without any distinction of ethnic, and for that we will always be grateful. Chatting with you and Jack while we sat on your backyard or on our deck it’s one of our greatest treasures. You will be missed by all of our family. You and Jack will always be in our hearts and your memories will live forever in us.
    Love Diana José and family ❤️

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    • Larry Abramson

      Thank you Diana & Jose. It has been many years that I saw you last but Mom always kept me informed as to your lives in Florida and cherished your surprise visits to Her and Dad over the years. God Bless and Thank You Both for always being the best back yard neighbor. Larry Abramson

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  3. Emilie Drake

    I will always cherish the blessings of my phone get togethers with one of my favorite people I knew…Carolyn. I am missing her & will always keep my sweet conversations with her close in my heart 💕 I also enjoyed Jack when he was with us …even playing tennis with him & Larry. I’m thankful to have had Carolyn in my life. Carolyns family is a wonderful, loving family who I am also blessed to know.

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    • Larry Abramson

      Thank You Em for your kind feelings and for calling Mom many times to keep in touch. She appreciated the conversations. I also remember the fine times that I had with Your Family back years ago. Thank You and Be Well!! Larry

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