Guestbook

The online guestbook for Karen Sue Abrams

Posted on February 22, 2010
Posted by: Peter Patten
From: Westbrook Ct

Message: Sid: Sorry for your loss -Best regards Peter


Posted on February 22, 2010
Posted by: Terri and Alex St. Amand
From: Glastonbury CT

Message: Karen, it was almost 2 years ago when I saw you at Ocean State Job Lot and learned of your cancer. You told me you had beat it and felt great. In November I saw your son Matthew at Barnes & Noble and he had told me you were not well. I called the cell phone number which he had given to me, only to get your voice mail. I wanted so badly to talk to you and was hoping you would return my call. Our sons grew up together and we shared good times at our boys birthday parties and baseball games. I will cherish the photo of you at my house during Alex's pirate birthday party. You were taken from us much to soon. May you rest in peace as you are in God's care, looking down from above, watching your handsome son's become great men.


Posted on February 22, 2010
Posted by: Gary J. Lavit
From:

Message: Something just made me read Karen Sue's obituary. I'm glad that I did. It was written with such heartfelt feelings. Although I never met her, I got a small glimpse of how much she affected others and made a real contribution to humanity. Please accept my sincere condolences. Rabbi Gary Lavit, Chaplain at Hebrew Home & Hospital


Posted on February 22, 2010
Posted by: Gary J. Lavit
From: W. Hartford CT

Message: Something just made me read Karen Sue's obituary. I'm glad that I did. It was written with such heartfelt feelings. Although I never met her, I got a small glimpse of how much she affected others and made a real contribution to humanity. Please accept my sincere condolences. Rabbi Gary Lavit, Chaplain at Hebrew Home & Hospital


Posted on February 23, 2010
Posted by: Netmari Alexandra Vazquez
From: Hartford CT

Message: As a fellow colleague of Karen's at Carmen Arace Middle School, her down to earth presence, helpful nature and great humor is greatly missed. It takes a special person to be a teacher, it takes an even more giving and selfless soul to be a special ed teacher. May the Lord give your family strength and comfort during this most difficult time.


Posted on February 23, 2010
Posted by: Melissa Nahas
From: Northampton MA

Message: Karen and I worked together at Carmen Arace Intermediate School. Not only do I respect her as a Special Educator, but I also saw her as a person who could always make me laugh. She was a good listener and was always someone that I could rely on when it came to lending a helping hand and/or giving great advice. She helped me become a better Special Education teacher, and for that, I am forever grateful.


Posted on February 23, 2010
Posted by: mr. & mrs. edward j. sharr
From: portland ct.

Message:


Posted on February 23, 2010
Posted by: Susan and Eric Christensen
From: Shelton CT

Message: We a so sorry for your family's loss. Please accept our sincere condolences. Susan, Eric, Victoria & Julie.


Posted on February 23, 2010
Posted by: Tracy Stead
From: East Hartford CT

Message: Karen was one of the first people I met at Bloomfield 8 1/2 years ago. From the moment I met her, I knew I liked her. Karen was a woman with a heart of gold and a great sense of humor. She loved her students. I am grateful that I had the opportunity not only to witness her generous spirit as a teacher but also as her friend. I wish her and her family peace. I miss her already!


Posted on February 23, 2010
Posted by: Allen Perry
From: new britain CT

Message: About 8 years ago I started working with Karen at Carmen Arace. I enjoyed talking with her and learning from my rookie mistakes as a teacher. She helped me through all the tough times and always found a way to make me smile. About three weeks ago, my family and I were invited to a lovely get together in honor of Karen and she held my daughter for the first time. I feel, at that moment i returned a smile or two to her. May you be at peace now, and you will always be remembered in my heart.


Posted on February 24, 2010
Posted by: Keyonna Perez
From: Bloomfield CT

Message: I met Ms.Abrams as a freshman of high school years. She was my mentor while i worked with her class at Carmen Arace. I was new to her class and I was nervous but she made me feel welcomed. When I wasn't have a good day; she would give me advice. I use to call her my second mother. She taught me so much that I can take on to the Real World. She was my best mentor ever. From her warm hugs to her graceful smile, Ms.Abrams was a angel. She cared for others and others cared for her. I will miss her; Even though I wasn't able to attend the funeral I will always keep her in my heart and in my spirits. I love you Ms.Abrams.~Keyonna Perez


Posted on February 24, 2010
Posted by: Marcia McGee
From: Glastonbury CT

Message: I enjoyed listening to Karen talk about her boys. She always wanted the best for them and apprecited everything that anyone did to help them out.


Posted on February 24, 2010
Posted by: Warren Davis, Sr.
From: New Britain Ct

Message: Dear Sid and Family, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. My thoughts are with you at this sad time. Warren Davis


Posted on February 25, 2010
Posted by: Harold & Fay woltag
From: Colchester CT

Message: Dear Sid and Family, I am so sorry to hear of your loss. My thoughts are with you at this sad time Harold & Fay Woltag Davis --------------------------------------------------------------------------------


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