Idella Abram

December 1, 1926December 5, 2010

Arrangements under the direction of Green Acres Mortuary & Cemetery, Scottsdale, AZ.


Idella Abram

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December 23, 2010

"Cousin" Dianne & "Cousin" Suzanne. Your MOTHER and our "Aunt Dilly" was one of the finest people to ever walk the face of the earth! In one sense, we are sad to see her go. In the other sense, we all know how extremely happy she will be to see her love Robert, your DAD and our "Uncle Bob". I did get to spend some alone time with your Mom these past few years. She naturally spent the first hour talking about you two!! As hard as it is to believe, I could hardly get a word in! She always insisted that I sit in your Dad's chair and we shared a little "after dinner something." It was the late 60's when I finally was old enough to appreciate your parents. No one ever made our family feel more welcome than your family. I always felt a special bond with your father being in the food business and we never ran out of things to talk about! Having two wonderful daughters of my own, I could not seek enough advice from your parents. Your mother always reminded me of what is important. She would remind me at every opportunity, "You can not love those two girls enough!" She lived by her words and led the way for us to follow. We will truly miss your MOTHER and our "Aunt Dilly". We hope to see you both in the near future.
P.S. You have to smile just thinking of your MOM's smiling face as she approaches our fathers in heaven, Bob and Steve!
Love, Darryl, Jacqui, Courtney & Christine (New phone # 360-210-7538)

Kay Butler (Rote)

December 15, 2010

Dianne and Suzanne,
This was so hard to read. I'm so sorry for both of lost such a darling and strong mom. I'll send more in a note to you. It was a pleasure to know her all these years--all these decades. What an inspiration!

December 11, 2010

Suzanne and Diane,
Our hearts go out to you at this tender time. You were blessed to have such good parents. And you were wonderful daughters to love and care for them.
Blessings and sympathy and love to you at this time.
Dale and Marie Despain

December 8, 2010

Suzanne and Diane,
"It's not what you gather, but what you scatter that tells what kind of life you have lived." Your mom led a wonderful life and "scattered" so much goodness to everyone around her. Her family and friends meant the world to her. This is a time for gathering all the best of a good life into the pages of memory to be held in your hearts forever.
Love and prayers,
Ginny and Dave Taylor