Memorial Book for Abraham Bloom

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  1. My dad was a wonderful man and everyone will miss him terribly. He spent his last day with my mom in Puerto Vallarta a place he loved to visit. Thank you for being the best dad and pop pop. Love you forever. Linda

  2. I’m so sorry for your loss Linda and family. I can tell how wonderful he must have been because he raised you to be a wonderful person! He looked like he was a lot of fun. Xo

  3. I love you dad. I was so lucky to have you as a dad . I am so glad that we were close and that I saw you on Friday. I will miss you dearly . Love always Wendy

  4. Uncle Abe was so sweet & kind to me. I was his great niece, but he treated me like I was another daughter, and I felt like he was my dad. I will miss him so much.

  5. A few hours ago I lost my father in law to a sudden illness. We….the family lost a loving and very kind husband, father, father in law and grandfather. He was more than a father in law to me. “He was my father.” If I can think of 3 things Abe loved the most…first…it was that he loved food… he loved to talk about whatever he was ordering, whether it was a giant pork chop or a flat bagel( I think he called them Flagels), he would always say “it was out of this world”. The second would be the NY Rangers. When I worked for him in the 1990’s… we would go and have dinner at the kosher restaurant or this little dump he called “the hole in the wall” then we would head over to the Garden and catch the game…or if he had to miss it, he would watch the tape later on and told me to never tell him who won until he watched the entire game on tape. He was such a diehard fan, he once told me a story how in the 1970’s he had center ice tickets right behind Marv Albert. This was a playoff game and during the game he got hit in the head by a flying puck. Well ..sitting there with a big gash on his head and blood running down his face, he refused medical treatment and security made him to go to the hospital. He was mad because he didn’t want to miss the rest of the game. And three….most importantly he loved his family. He was a very quiet man, never the one to have a very serious conversation or say much. Although when I worked with him he was the complete opposite and I say that because he never brought it home. Most often the conversations were about the food he loved and the Rangers. In all the years I’ve known him, I can’t recall ever hearing him talk about any problem or issue the family might have had. With him, it was no questions asked…he just took care of it. I know he was like my father because he was there for me, welcomed me with open arms to his family, he gave me an opportunity to work with him and although we had some ups and downs, it was always fun and always ended up fine. RIP Abe… you will be sorely missed by friends and family!

  6. Abe was the love of my life and I miss him very much. He was a wonderful husband. He made me feel cherished. Abe was a wonderful father to our 5 daughters. He loved his family, me. our daughters, their husbands, nieces, nephews,sisters and brothers and friends.

  7. Abe also loved all 9 of our. grandchildren. He was very happy to spend time with them. He was proud of their accomplishments. He was also proud of the the successes of our daughters

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