Jack was a fun-loving guy with quirky sense of adventure. He lived much of his life in the Buffalo area working as a dentist with a friend from school. His career eventually led him to the love of his life, Jean. Jack and Jean went to Las Vegas and Florida every year but what they enjoyed the most was each other’s company. The other loves of Jack’s life include ’57, ’55, and ’56 T-Birds (in that order), Honda Motorcycles, trains, and his dear friend and furry companion, Nathan.
Jack was incredibly social and independent up through his early 80’s. He could put a smile on the face of anyone he met, especially if they were in his dental chair. His humor was matched only by his humility. He often told people not to refer to him as “Doctor” because he did not feel the need to express his distinction. When he wasn’t hanging out with his friends at the senior center he could often be found on the slots at the casino. Rumor has it, he went twice a day but, not to worry, he set his limit and played within it.
Abrams, Jack E., DDS on November 4, 2018 of Orchard Park, NY. Beloved husband of the late Jean (nee Fischer) Abrams; dearest father of Lynda (Nicholas) Zittell, Robert Abrams, Deborah Schmidt, and Kathy (James) Wheeler; dear grandfather of Rebecca Zittell, Samantha Schmidt, and Alicia Wheeler; brother of Sallie Abrams. Friends will be received 3-7 PM, Thursday, at LAKESIDE MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME same as CURTIN FUNERAL HOME 1340 Union Rd, West Seneca, NY. A graveside service will be held 11 AM, Sunday, Nov. 11, at Mt. Ararat Cemetery, Lindenhurst, NY 11757. Please assemble at the cemetery. Flowers gratefully declined. Memorials may be made to the National Kidney Foundation, in his memory. Online condolences at www.LakesideFuneralHome.com.
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