Timothy Joseph Abram
BOSTON, N.Y. — Timothy Joseph Abram, 66, of Boston, N.Y., passed away Friday, June 11, 2021. He was born in Jamestown, on Oct. 30, 1954, the third of eleven siblings of the late Donald Abram and Dolores M. (Stawiarski) Abram, of Sheridan.
He was a graduate of Silver Creek Central School, class of 1972 (graduating by the skin of his teeth, as he would be the first to admit.) High School was more about socializing than studying. He was the cool kid everyone wanted to be friends with, and he was a friend to all. His working career was spent at Carlton/Moog Industries, East Aurora, as a test and measurement technician.
Tim derived some of his greatest pleasure in time spent with his immediate family and numerous cousins while immersed in recalling humorous anecdotes and youthful escapades from the past, often coming as first time news to his parents. He was an avid fan of football, hockey and golf. For many years, he would gather with family members to watch and cheer on his favorite teams.
Tim enjoyed cooking and often delivered spaghetti or soup to appreciative family and friends. His greatest talent though, was his ability to make a party wherever he was. In younger years, he was known to host unforgettable Halloween parties which would draw people from miles around. Tim treasured friendships made from decades past and kept them throughout his life-time. He will be remembered for his unruly red hair, quick wit and exuberant laugh. Sadly, his passing leaves a huge void in the lives and hearts of his mother, siblings, their families and his many friends. Rest easy dear Tim, as you reunite with dad and Baby Jane.
Surviving besides his mother are nine siblings: Stephen (Patricia) Abram, Mary Ellen (David) Watson, Diana (Jeffrey) Schmitt, Michele (John) Szymonik, Kevin (Angela) Abram, Patricia (Gregory) Cook, Anne Abram, Paul (Marilyn) Abram and Matt (Karen) Abram. Also surviving are his brother-in-law, James Dillon; special friend, Lynn Cichocki; his beloved cat, Dax; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Besides his father, he was predeceased by a sister Jennifer Dillon.
A celebration of life will be held at a later date and private interment will be in Sheridan Center Cemetery, Town of Sheridan.
The family suggests memorials may be made to Lakeshore Humane Society, 431 E. Chestnut Street Dunkirk, NY 14048.
Arrangements are by Riles & Woolley Funeral Home, Forestville.
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