Jennifer Abramson

jenniferJennifer Abramson

 Oct. 9, 1985 – Nov. 26, 2016

We are sad to hear of another passing today in our Lyme community.  Jennifer was a loved and true warrior in our community and just one look at her Facebook wall will tell you how many lives she’s touched.

Jen’s Funeral services will be held on Tuesday, November 29th at 12pm at Schoems Funeral Home,
150 West NJ-4
Paramus, NJ 07652.
Following services, the burial will be at King Solomon Cemetery,
550 Dwasline Road
Clifton, NJ 07012
Shiva will be held at The Abramson residence on November 30th, December 1st and December 2nd
140 Prospect Ave, Apt. 3G
Hackensack, NJ 07601
The family requests that the first two days be limited to family only and Friday open to everyone.

We invite any of Jennifer’s family or friends to write up a tribute to her to post here.

Read her full Obituary Here

Please leave your condolences for Jennifer’s family below.

14 thoughts on “Jennifer Abramson”

  1. Jennifer lost her battle with lyme as did my son, Kevin, who died a half hour short of his 30th birthday. May they both rest in peace and be free of their pain & disabilities. As a parent, I know your sorrow & grief, which I know is impossible to cope with right now. We must continue the fight to educate & find a cure for this epidemic. Keeping you in my prayers and hope you will keep me in yours.

    1. Praying for family and loved ones. Way to young to die. Lyme genocide. R I P praying for your soul to be at rest outbox pain now in heaven God needed another angel.

  2. Although I didn’t know you personally, I am also from NJ and have suffered with chronic lyme and coinfections for over 20 years. Only those with this disease can understand the pain and torture it brings to our lives. I hope your family and friends are comforted by the fact that you are finally out of pain and have found ever-lasting peace.

  3. Annie, We are so very sorry to hear about Jennifer. She was a beautiful person, with a smile you cannot forget. We are happy that she touched our lives. May you find comfort and peace in the Lord and may Jennifer rest in the arms of the Lord.

    Deborah and Joel Perdelwitz
    West Orange, NJ

  4. May you finally fly free, no more pain, isolation or people doubting your illness. May you Rest in Peace.
    A fellow Lyme warrior~ Sue

    1. Too sad! Too young! My deepest participation. Jesus himself comforts us:

      “Do not be surprised at this; for a time is coming when all those who are in the tombs will hear His voice, and they will come out” – John 5:28, 29

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