OBITUARY

Kathleen Ann Abraham

January 28, 1934July 7, 2013

Kathleen “Kay” Abraham, age 79, died peacefully with her family on Sunday, July 7, 2013. Kay was born in Flint, Michigan in 1934. She attended Flint Central High School. She continued her studies at the University of Michigan- Ann Arbor. She worked as a Dental Hygienist for several area dentists. She loved her family and friends, her church and her bingo. She will be forever missed by her children; Linda (Randy) Rutherford, Mary (John) Dunn and William Abraham and her beloved grandchildren; Nathan Abraham, Krysta Abraham, Cody Welsh and Jeremy Dunn and several great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband Albert Abraham, Her brother Keith Truemner and her parents. A Memorial Service with be held on Friday, July 12 at Central Church of the Nazarene 1261 W. Bristol Rd. Flint, MI 48507. The Family will receive visitors beginning at 11:00 A.M. The service will begin at noon followed by a dinner at the church. Arrangements by the Brown Funeral Home, 1480 E. Hill Rd., Grand Blanc, MI. 48439 Condolences may be left on-line at www.brownfh.com

Services

  • Memorial Service Friday, July 12, 2013
  • Visitation Friday, July 12, 2013
REMEMBERING

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July 27, 2013

Mary & Linda,
I just learned today about your mother's passing. We have many wonderful memories of your Mom and family. Appreciated your Mom's heart and devotion. Your Mom and family have been formative in our lives. Forever in our hearts! Bob & Sherry Koch

Dolores Cox

July 19, 2013

Bingo Bingo I miss my partner.
We sure did have some good times at Bingo or the Casinos,we were good bus partners to all the events.
It wont be the same without you

July 16, 2013

Kay was a good neighbor to my parents - Don and Delores Crandell on Peachwood. They enjoyed an occasional trip to the race track and visiting while both out working in their flower beds. Our condolences to the family. Tom and Pat Crandell Flees

Carla Thomson

July 12, 2013

I met your Mom several years ago while working on the Flint Township Elections and enjoyed her so much. We are really going to miss her big smile and wave each and every time she drove past our home .You are in our thoughts and prayers. It is so hard when you lose a parent. God Bless all of you!

Julia Truemner Crews

July 12, 2013

So sorry to hear of Kay's passing - I have fond memories of knowing her in my
younger years and especially at her parents cottage (my uncle and aunt)in AuGres. She will be missed and glad I
was her lst cousin.

Donna Borges

July 12, 2013

Linda, Mary and family. I am so sadden to hear of your mom's passing. Kay was such a great lady and always had a beautiful smile. She will be missed but never forgotten. What a blessing she was and always will be to all her knew her. Love Donna Borges & family.

Vinh Tran

July 12, 2013

You are greatly missed Kay. My deepest condolences to the Abraham family. Kay is my hero she has taught me and my family so much about culture, love, generousity, and unconditional love. We will all miss you.

Tony Du

July 12, 2013

I have vague memories of Kay and Al as I was growing up in Flint, but I remember the Abrahams as regular figures at family gatherings and events. To me, that pretty much means they were like family. This is such sad news, but thinking about her strikes up all sorts of happy memories of childhood. May she rest in peace and I thank her for giving me another chance to reflect upon the good fortune in my life. I'd like to offer my deepest sympathies.

Hue Tran

July 12, 2013

Mary, Linda and family. We are deeply sorry to hear Kay's passing and my deepest condolences to you and your family. Kay was a very special person. I especially felt she was very genuine in helping people and our family was touched by her genuineness. She will be forever in our heart.

Lucinda Gangler

July 12, 2013

I'm probably one of the few people that recognize that childhood photo. We grew up together, our parents were good friends, and Kay and I were together at church and all thru school. Since we moved to the Ludington area we only corresponded at Christmas and occasionally on the phone. She was so proud of her family and I'm sure you will miss her. I always loved her sense of humor and positive way of looking at and dealing with life. So sorry.
Lucinda (Lau) Gangler