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Randolph Richard Abramson Dies

Randolph Richard Abramson

Randolph “Randy” Richard Abramson of Estate Two Williams died on Dec. 15.

He is survived by his wife, Melissa B. Abramson; mother, Shelia C. Gotha; father, Rupert R. Abramson Jr.; mother-in-law, Claudette R. Williams; father-in-law, Clifton Pantophlet; stepmothers: Joyce Abramson and Edna Abramson; sisters: Suzanne E. Abramson, Rhea A. Abramson, Raina R. Abramson, Kesha Tatum (stepsister) and Tashieka John (stepsister); brother, Raymond R. Abramson; niece, Reesa R. Abramson; nephew, Raiden Thai Abramson; aunts: Wilma Abramson, Enid Edwards, Kathleen Phillips and Yvonne Gotha; uncles: Raymond A. Gotha Sr., Dean L. Weeks and David L. Weeks; great uncle, Glenroy Gotha; brothers-in-law: Ira E. Matthew Jr., Allan A. Matthews, Shawn L. Williams and Steven Thai; and sister-in-law, Jacqueline Walters.

He is also survived by cousins: Zahara M.A. Weeks (MD), Karen Christian, Carol Christian, Addison P. Christian, Christina McFarlande, Cleone Christian, Imogene Christian, Laurie Christian, Andrea Christian, Cora L. E. Christian, Nesha Christian-Hendrickson, Marcus Christian-Hendrickson, Raymond Gotha Jr. and family (Md.), Cheree Edwards (Md.) and family (MD), Alickka Edwards and family (Md.), Kirk Francis and family (Md.), Kasim Francis and family (Md.), Sanya Joseph (Md.), Steve Joseph and family (Md.), Suraj Joseph (Md.), Nazeen Edwards and family (N.C.), Lureka Williams and family (Md.), Alexander Gotha and family (Md.), Nazeen Edwards and family (N.C.), Lureka Williams and family (Md.), Alexander Gotha and family (Md.), Cheryl Freeman and family (Md.), Andrew Williams and family (N.J.), and Jane Meade and family.

Other survivors include aunts-in-law: Kesha Weeks and Gennifer Gotha; uncle-in-law, Dalmar Phillips; godparents: Brenda V. Christian, Florence “Sarah” Dratte, Alfreda Ovesen and Beatrice Rodgers; family and friends: Abramson Enterprise Inc. staff, National Parks Services Permits Management Office (Wash. D.C.), Dawn A. Bruce-Fought and family, Marisela V. Soto (Va.), Sharon Williams and family (N.Y.), Angela Hyndman and family (Ga.), Carty family (Fla.), Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Percival and family (AG), Alvin M. Milligan and family, Thomas Allen (Fla.), Bertha Allen (Fla.), Christian Herbert, Sophia Canaii (Md.), Diana Washington and family, Carol Allick and family, Bernice Allick, Ernie Ritter, Lerlene Arrindell and family, Carmen Garcia and family, Tanya Parris-Andrews and family (Md.), Marcel Paris and family (Md.), Vedamae Charles and family (Md.), Prudence Morris-Dance and family (Md.), Daya Good (D.C.), Diane McKenzie and family (Md.), Heather Maximin-Charles and family (N.C.), Leona Johnson and family, Delores Velasquez and family, Josephine Urgent, Nicole Rogers, Samantha Matthis (Md.), Kenny Gittens, Yvette Jude and family, Oakland Benta, Bryce McNeil, Franklin Orr, Daren O’Reilly, Jashawn Brooks, David Browne Jr., Lena Marie Fabian, Luis Enrique Paredes Suero, Tracy Matthew and family, Sarita Malone, Reah Connor-Williams and family, Christalia Bastian, Angela Erysthee and family, Rosetta Tonge and family, Esther Obeius and family, the Viya family, O’Reilly family, Rawlins family, Williams family, Mingo family and Jonathan Hodge; as well as other relatives and friends too numerous to mention.

The viewing will take place at 9 a.m. followed by a funeral service at 10 a.m., Saturday, Jan. 14, 2023, at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. Interment will be at Frederiksted Cemetery.

The family respectfully requests that attendees wear a face mask.

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