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In Memory

Tom Abrams

Tom Abrams

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09/16/09 08:42 PM #1    

Tom Gilleece

Tommy was a good guy. A little crazy, but a lot of fun. The last time I talked to him, he was working in Atlantic City as a blackjack dealer, I think. He passed away less than ten years after graduation.

09/17/09 09:18 AM #2    

Danny Becker

I remember Tommy as a funny and offbeat guy. Back in third or fourth grade at Battle Hill School, Tommy, Scott Bornstein, and I formed a band - something in the style of the Beatles or the Monkees. I think Scott or Tommy owned the drum set. We called our band the Bed Bugs, and we drew the band logo on the drum set.

We wrote one or two songs. I wrote one call "I Love My Girl" which was about as simple and silly as a fourth grader could write. But we played it and sang it. And then the band broke up, probably because we were too young to play in the bars.

Anyhow, I didn't hang with Tommy much, but until the last days in high school, we always used to laugh and sing each other "I Love My Girl". It was very nice that he remembered the tune and the words to the song, and it always cracked us up. Funny guy, I wish him the best.

10/17/09 10:07 PM #3    

John Nakashian

Ok Tommy and I delivered drugs for Kravits Pharmacy. Most of our deliveries were to assisted living facilities. He had friends in most of them Young and old. How could you forget Tommy's sinister laugh! A good guy!

04/28/15 04:23 PM #4    

Jennifer Anderson (Hill)

Fond memories of Tommy from Battle Hill!  Such a fun "funny" guy!  He could really make me laugh! Sometimes the teachers didn't appreciate his humor, but I always did!!   --jennifer

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