The online guestbook for Abraham Homar

Posted on December 07, 2014
Posted by: Freddy and Jonathan Goldstein
From: Bloomfield CT

Message: This is a very sad day for us learning of Abe's passing away. He will always be remembered, like you said, a gentleman, a hard worker, considerate of others and not a mean bone in his body. Our thoughts are with all of you and we will always remember Abe with a smile. Fredda and Jon Goldstein

Posted on December 08, 2014
Posted by: Todd Rosenthal
From: West Hartford Ct

Message: I feel so privileged to have visited with Abe over the last few weeks in my role as as a volunteer at the Hebrew Home. What a remarkable man. My condolences to the entire Homar family.

Posted on December 07, 2014
Posted by: marshall wice
From: West Hartford CT

Message: I have known ABE since our days on Acton Street in Hartford. I am not going to embellish this tribute just to say ABE was every thing that was said in his obit, and all I can add is He was a GOOD guy and I am proud to have known him. ABE now rest In peace, you deserve it, for all the good you brought to our world... Maish Wice

Posted on December 07, 2014
Posted by: Marilyn (Golden) and Alan Byer
From: The Villages FLorida

Message: Dear Carol, Heartfelt hugs to you, Joey,your Mom and your entire family. I remember your Dad fondly and hope your favorite memories of times shared with him bring you comfort through the years. He was so blessed to share so many years with your beautiful Mom and to have his loving family close by so he could be a part of their lives for so very long. Love, Marilyn (Golden) and Alan Byer

Posted on December 07, 2014
Posted by: Fran & Allen Maltz
From: Waban MA

Message: As the beautiful legacy of his life continues, may this brave and valiant soldier be blessed with well-deserved and eternal peace. With love, Fran & Allen Maltz

Posted on December 07, 2014
Posted by: Howard and Jill Levine
From: Windsor Connecticut

Message: Abe Homar was perhaps the kindest man we ever knew. It is no small wonder that his children too are kind, caring women. He was a true patriot who loved his country and a fine example for his entire family to emulate. His beloved Judy was his partner in life and together they taught us all what marriage should be. It was our pleasure to have known Abe Homar. May he enjoy the rest he so deservedly earned.

Posted on December 07, 2014
Posted by: Rachel Edelstein-Penn
From: Barrington ri

Message: When I think of Abie, I think of a caring lovely person. Even though my dad, Samuel Edelstein passed away when I was two yrs old, Abie never forgot my mother. Every year at the holidays he would stop by to see her and bring her a bottle of wine. This caring act continued until my mom moved out of her home, long after us kids had grown up, and had families if our own. To Abie's wife and family, may the memories of Abie, sustain you during this sad time. I send my sincerest condolences. Thinking of all of you, Rachel Edelstein-Penn

Posted on December 07, 2014
Posted by: Fraydele Massey
From: Surprise AZ

Message: Carol, so sorry to hear about your dad. My thoughts and prayers are with you at this time.

Posted on December 08, 2014
Posted by: Mark Kaplan
From: Hamden CT

Message: My condolences to your family. I thank you for the many years of cherished friendship between Abe and my father, Philip Kaplan. When my dad moved to Hartford, not knowing a soul, he joined a jewish men's club and started a life-long friendship with Abe. Abe was always a mensch; I remember how it felt good just to be around him -- he enriched so many lives! Maybe he and pop will start playing poker again with the other West Hartford boys! They didn't come any better than Abe. May he rest in peace.

Posted on December 08, 2014
Posted by: Sid Rabin
From: Ellington Ct.

Message: Many kind things have been said about Abe, but no matter how hard we try to praise the man, it all comes out understated. He was truly a "mench" in every sence of the word. Always kind,always smiling, and one of the hardest working men I have known. Let us also not forget his service and continuing efforts for veterans in this state.

Posted on December 08, 2014
Posted by: steven j leon
From: farmington CONNECTICUT

Message: I am the son of Danny Leon and grandson of Sophie Bloom. Abe called on Blooms Package Store in Windsor probably since the early 1950s. I have fond memories of Abe calling on my dad, always corkscrews for sale in the trunk. Rick Lustig, your neighbor was my college room mate. We were a couple of Abe fans, as a legend in the Liquor business no one will ever fill his shoes.

Posted on December 08, 2014
Posted by: Amy Spector Lopez
From: west haven Connecticut

Message: Uncle Abe, you will truly be missed but will always live on in mine and my children's hearts through sharing your life long stories. We will keep your memory and the memories of your war stories for all future generations to know. We love you forever.

Posted on December 12, 2014
Posted by: Marcella Fahey
From: West Hartford Ct

Message: Abe was an impressive man with a good heart. I knew him from our fight to add a POW license plate to the choices at the DMV. I introduced the bill and brought it to the General Assembly and fought the fight it took and got it for all POWs who wanted to display that sad part of their life's. Abe went on to do many more things with his life. His family has every right to be proud of their heritage through him. Enjoy heaven, Abe. You deserve it. Marcella

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