November 19, 1938 - June 11, 2020
"May the road rise up to meet you. May the wind be always at your back May the sunshine warm your face, the rain fall soft upon your fields.."
Obituary of Frank "Chico" Abrams
Frank "Chico" Abrams entered into rest June 11, 2020. Born November 19, 1938 in Arecibo, Puerto Rico, he was the son of Inocente and Rita Abrams.
A Marine and retired supervisor from General Motors, Chico was very active in many organizations throughout the Lockport community. He will be sadly missed.
Chico was predeceased by his beloved wife, Linda; and cherished son, Frank. Beloved father of Lisa (Tom) Berg; cherished grandfather of Thomas, Matthew and Joshua; dear brother of Rita (Marco) Portales, Armando (Diane) Abrams and Mary (Scott) McIntyre; also survived by several nieces and nephews.
There will be no prior visitation. Grave side services will be held Tuesday at 12:00PM outside of the Glenwood mausoleum with Military Honors. Arrangements by Taylor & Reynolds Funeral Home, 70 Niagara Street.
My Uncle Frank truly broke the mold. A jokester, a humanitarian and a friend of all. He’ll be sorely missed.
Thank you to Lisa, Tom, their boys and all our family who cared for him (even over his LOUD protests 🤪) over the years.
Special thanks to Hank Schmidt-Uncle Frank’s beloved lawyer and long-time friend from me, too-for your care and guidance of Uncle Frank’s care.
Rest easy, my crazy Uncle Wank. I know that along with our Precious Lord, His beautiful, Blessed Mother, that Nani and Tati Abrams, Aunt Linda and Frankie welcomed you with a cold one on a beach in heaven.
Eternal rest Grant unto him, O Lord.
The Marie & Jody Portales Rodriguez Family from Texas
Praying for your family at this time. God’s blessings and comfort be with you on your loss.
So sorry for your loss, he was a great guy to work with and friend…may God comfort the family..
to all Chico’s family, Chico was a great person to know and work with at harrison- gmc! May your best warm memories of him keep his spirit with you all, always. Best wishes; ward crafts
I offer my humble prayers for Chico and his family. We worked together at HRD. He was a joy to talk with and I have great memories also of Rita. God Bless each of you .