Moses Abelman

Passed away on October 8, 2010

Moses Sander Abelman passed away on October 8, 2010 at his home in Lake Charles, at the age of 90. He was born in Beaumont, Texas and lived and worked in Lake Charles for more than 60 years. He was well known and appreciated in the area as a realtor and real estate appraiser He was also a master at the game of Scrabble, beating his sons, up until the very end. He is survived by three sons, Franklen Myles “Lenny” Abelman, Harold Marc Abelman and Henry Moss Abelman; 6 grandchildren and 4 nieces and nephews. Cremation was entrusted to Hixson Funeral Home of Lake Charles. Contributions may be made to Temple Sinai in Lake Charles. Words of comfort may be shared with the family at


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David Reinauer

October 14, 2010

Lenny, Harold and Henry - I am in Houston recovering from a detached retina operation, and Anne also has health issues. Wanted you to know we were thinking of you, and wanted to express our condolences at Mose's death. Lenny, if you care to touch base, we would enjoy hearing from you - or Harold or Henry.
Warm and fond regards,
Anne and David

Susan Abney Dengler

October 14, 2010

Praying for your family. He will be truly missed. He was a very special person. He was always there for me especiallly when my dad died and when aunt Lola died. His presence here on this earth has touched many people.
With love, Susan

Lillie Ray Levy

October 13, 2010

Dear Lenny, Harold, Henry and families, I am so sorry to learn of your Dad's passing. When I am in LC, I know so few people at Temple Sinai, most of the people of our generation and of our parents' generation are no longer there. I have one of Mom's old 8mm films of a Purim party at Sunday School and one at the annual Temple Picnic at Prien Lake. Such wonderful memories. Please accept my condolances and those of my brother, Sam. May your father rest in pease, ah lavah shalom! Lillie Ray Levy (Harold please contact me,

Butch & Karen Merrill

October 10, 2010

Our hearts are heavy with the loss of Moses. Memories of his life and our friendship live on.