Leah Greifer Abrams

April 5, 1929June 9, 2011

LEAH ABRAMS (Greifer), 82, passed away peacefully June 9th. Born in Providence, she was a daughter of the late Fred and Pauline (Brookner) Greifer.

Leah graduated from Classical High School and attended Pembroke College. She was a member of Temple Beth El.

Leah is survived by her daughter, Sharon Held of New York City, and son Steven Abrams and his wife Donna of Providence. She leaves 2 brothers Burton Greifer and his wife Carole of Barrington and Richard Greifer of Ft. Lauderdale, FL, and a sister, Yvette Kahn and her husband Morley of Greenwich, CT. She is also survived by 2 grandchildren Brett and Lindsay Abrams.

Her funeral service will be held Sunday at 10 AM in the SUGARMAN-SINAI MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 458 Hope St., Providence. Calling hours will be Sunday from 7-9 pm at 455 Wayland Ave. Providence. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to Concordia Learning Center at St. Joseph’s School for the Blind, 761 Summit Ave. Jersey City, NJ 07307.


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June Sugarman (Spector

July 11, 2011

Dr Griefer

I am so sorry to hear about your sister. She was wonderful companion for my uncle Mitchell and my mother always enjoyed having her for the holidays.

My thoughts are with you during this most difficult time.

Ellen Felicetta

June 15, 2011

Dear Sharon,

Please accept my sincere condolences. May your love and memories give you and your family strength throughout this difficult time.

June 13, 2011

Dear Sharon,

I want to express my sincere condolences to you and your family. My deepest thoughts and prayers go out to you.
Pat Lucas

June 13, 2011

Dear Sharon and Steve,
I was so sadden to hear about "Auntie Leah" I have such fond memories of Lorraine Ave, and Narragansett Beach
and of course all the Friday night dinners and Nanny and Papa's house. She was so nice and beautiful and I am so sorry for you loss.
Carole (cookie)

June 12, 2011

To the Abrams and Greifer families, my deepest sympathies for your great loss. I met Leah over 50 years ago when she used to bowl for Ledgemont Country Club Ladies. She was a graceful and beautiful woman inside and out and always had kind words for everyone.
Elizabeth B. Silva

June 12, 2011

Dear Steve,
I was very sorry to hear about your Mom. I have many fond memories of "Mrs. A." and her pretty smile.
My deepest sympathy and thoughts and prayers are with you and Sharon, Donna, Brett and Lindsey.

Paula McLaughlin

mickey glantz

June 11, 2011

leah was the nicest of the cousins in my view. always a smile. always kind words. always helpful.i have the warmest memories of her and have some family photos of her and sally at Narragansett Pier. her smile remains in my memory.